Menominee North Pier Light
By Dave Wobser

A tapered square, red steel tower on white concrete base, located at the end of the north pier, marking the entrance to the Menominee River from Green Bay.

Built in 1927 to replace an 1877 light, the tower is 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide.

The 10-sided lantern no longer contains the original Fourth-Order lens. The lens has been moved to the restored Sand Point Lighthouse in Escanaba.

Located on the end of the north break water in Menominee, Michigan.

This active aid to navigation is not open to the public, but access is close enough for pictures. Go to Harbor Drive at the end of First Street.

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Photo by Dave Wobser

Winter Storm - December 2010
by Dick Lund

Storm Photos by Dock Lund

2008 Interior views - Dick Lund

Location: Menominee, Michigan
Date Built: 1927
Active: Yes

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