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Old Mission Lighthouse Park is a good and easy escape from Traverse City. The park offers some walking trails along the lake, an old lighthouse and a log cabin to give an idea of settlement in the area. Even on the warmest of days, the...More
We decided to stop by on a whim. The lighthouse first floor is free, but there is a fee to go upstairs. We decided not to go upstairs. The first floor is tiny, but has some cool historic information. The little beach is pretty.
We drove from Traverse City to the end of this peninsula. Stopped at the Buchan's Blueberry Farm for blueberry picking on our way. Kids loved the blueberry picking. We enjoyed hanging out at the lighthouse beach and had lunch at Jolly Pumpkins. Great a day...More
This Lighthouse was built in 1870 on the northern tip of Old Mission Peninsula. It has always been one of my favourite places to visit and spend time at. The tour of the house is good and culminates with a view from the light tower....More
Beautiful drive on a day that wasn’t great for beaching. Would be gorgeous in the fall. A bit underwhelmed by the lighthouse itself—very low and small. $4 to go up, kind of on the honor system. Spent about 40 minutes there. Could bring beach gear...More
We made the drive up the Peninsula to Old Mission Lighthouse Park. We thoroughly enjoyed the scenery as we passed cherry grove after winery after more of the same looking out over the lake. There is an old log cabin on the property, you can...More
I took my wife and son here, and honestly didn't expect to spend very much time, but we ended up taking the whole morning. The lighthouse itself is quite small, but worth checking out. It's interesting to see the history of it and check out...More