|| Point Edward Range, ON |
The Point Edward Range Lights were established in 1903. The current front range light dates from 1959 and was preceded by a 33-foot white square pyramidal wooden tower.
Information on Point Edward Range Lights
||Description/Height of tower above ground
|| Erected in 1959. Fixed Red
|| 12.7 m.
|| 16 M
|| White cylindrical tower, orange triangular daymark, black vertical stripe. 9.5 m.
|| Fixed Red
|| 36.6 m.
|| 16 M
|| Mounted on Blue Water Bridge, orange triangular daymark, black vertical stripe.
Located at the entrance to St. Clair River from Lake Huron.
For a larger map of Point Edward Range Lighthouse, click the lighthouse in the above map or get a map from: Mapquest.
Instructions: From the last entrance to Highway 402 before the Blue Water Bridge, go north on Front Street until it ends and then turn left onto Victoria Avenue. After eight blocks, turn right onto Fort Street and continue to its end where you will find the front range light. The rear range light is mounted on the Blue Water Bridge.
The lights are owned by the Canadian Coast Guard. Grounds open/tower closed.
Find the closest hotels to Point Edward Range Lighthouse
our List of Lighthouses in Ontario Canada
Copyright © 2001-
Send us an e-mail - please note that lighthousefriends.com is not affiliated with any lighthouse
Pictures on this page copyright Kraig Anderson, used by permission.