Manitowaning Light
By Dave Wobser

A typical tapered, white wood structure located on a bluff overlooking Manitowaning Bay on the north side of Manitoulin Island.

The 35-foot tall structure is topped by an octagonal red lanter, and is an active aid to navigation.

A modern beacon flashes a blue light from the lantern.

From Highway 6, take Arthur Road and head toward the bay. The light is at the end of the road and marks the entrance to the bay.

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Photograph by Dave Wobser

Location: Manitoulin Island, Ontario
Date Built:
Active: Yes

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