Gereaux Island Light

Located at the mouth of Byng Inlet in Georgian Bay.

The pyramidal wooden tower with attached single story dwelling has been referred to as a "Georgian Bay" style light. There are six similar lights in the area.

This light is 48-feet tall and sits on a small rock outcropping. The station is a summer rescue station and visitors are welcome.

The present light was built in 1880 to replace an 1870 structure.

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Photo by Donna Fink

Location:  Mouth of Byng Inlet in NE Georgian Bay.
Date Built: 1880
Active: Yes

Open to

Seasonally, by boat


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