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Wellington Beach Lighthouse, Wellington Ontario

Wellington Beach Lighthouse, Wellington Ontario

Wellington Beach Lighthouse, Wellington Ontario Wellington Beach Address: 22 Beach Street, Bloomfield Ontario, K0K 1G0 The Wellington beach is a popular alternative in the summer to the busy Sandbanks Beach. The WellingtonĀ  Lighthouse is off a point along the Wellington Beach, it is a popular area for photographers in both summer and the winter for

Icy Grand Bend Beach Lighthouse, Grand Bend Ontairo

Icy Grand Bend Beach Lighthouse, Grand Bend Ontairo

Wow! Grand Bend beach this time of year makes for a spectacular winter scene. Thanks to @emilywalzak for capturing the early ice formations over Lake Huron. #VisitLambtonCounty #DiscoverON #PureOntario Photo courtesy of our instagram follower visitsarnialambton: https://www.instagram.com/visitsarnialambton

Knapp Point Lighthouse, Wolfe Island Ontario

Knapp Point Lighthouse, Wolfe Island Ontario

Knapp Point Lighthouse, Wolfe Island Ontario Latitude: 44.232328 Longitude: -76.397735 Located on the northern side of Wolfe Island, just northeast of Marysville which is now Private property. History (Source Lighthouse Friends) Wolfe Island, the largest of several islands located at the confluence of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, is situated just off Kingston

Presqu’ile Point Lighthouse, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario

Presqu’ile Point Lighthouse, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario

Presqu’ile Point Lighthouse, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario Park Address:328 Presqu’ile Pkwy, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0 Lattitude and Longitude: 43.9987401 -77.6769157 The lighthouse is situated on the eastern point of the peninsula, formerly known as Gibson’s Point. The engineer, Nichol Hugh Baird, designed a 69 foot octagonal stone tower tapering to a pronounced flare at

Point Petre Lighthouse, Point Petre Ontario

Point Petre Lighthouse, Point Petre Ontario

Point Petre Lighthouse, Point Petre Ontario This Lighthouse is fenced in on Government property but can still we viewed along the shores of Lake Ontario. Take the glorious Point Petre Hike for a full scale view of the beautiful Rock formations and crystal blue water around Lake Ontario Source for the information below: Ligthousefriends.com With