Muskegon has three lighthouses and towers, situated on, or within channels, connected to Lake Michigan. The stunning views of these historic structures, create the perfect background for your day on the water.
Muskegon South Breakwater Light
Located at Pere Marquette Park, the lighthouse is at the end of a walkable 1,514 foot pier which creates the south “arm” of the Muskegon breakwater. Built in 1931 the red, ironclad, pyramidal tower sits upon a rectangular base which makes up 10 of its 63′. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the structure was never meant to be manned or occupied and its sparseness speaks to this. Visitors can walk the pier and take in the view of the Muskegon Channel…