Round Island (Upper St. Marys River)

Round Island, in the Upper St. Marys River, was built in 1855 and was rebuilt in 1864.

It did not serve very long as it was replaced by the Cedar Point Range Lights in 1886.

A few rubbles stones remain of what was once the basement walls.

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Early view of light station after abandonment.

Postcard of ruins in a more recent view.

Photos from Bob Fabricino
courtesy of Bonnie Barnes

Location:  Upper St. Marys River
Date Built: 1855, 1864
Active: No. Few ruins remain

Open to

No longer exists. Ruins only.
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