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 Arisaig (replica), NS    
Lighthouse accessible by car and a short, easy walk.
Description: The original Arisaig Point Lighthouse was constructed in 1898 and replaced a lamp that had been in operation there for three years. The wooden tower burned down in 1939, but in 2007, community volunteers with the support from local and provincial governments built a rough replica of the lighthouse in 2007.

Location: Located on Arisaig Point, near the harbour, about 35 km (22 miles) southwest of Cape George.
Latitude: 45.761895
Longitude: -62.172199

For a larger map of Arisaig (replica) Lighthouse, click the lighthouse in the above map.

Travel Instructions: Take NS-245 to Arisaig, and then turn toward the water on Arisaig Point Road to reach the harbour and the lighthouse.

The lighthouse is locally owned. Grounds open, tower used to sell ice cream in summer.

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