Lighthouse County Park is located 6 miles north of Port Hope and features 110 campsites on 120 acres of land. It has modern and tent sites as well as the historic Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse, which is a Great Lakes navigational point.
Construction on the lighthouse began in 1847. The structure has lasted, in use, for nearly 160 years. Since 2002, the Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse Society (PaBLS), has worked to restore and preserve the light station and museums.
The beaches have rocky, stony shores so are not ideal for swimming. Lighthouse park is great for many other activities including camping, cabin rentals, boating, special events, day use, and hiking.
For your convenience, the park has made every effort to provide Wifi services. Unfortunately, the trees and other obstructions cause the Wifi signal to be disrupted and therefore not reliable. You may want to consider direct internet service to your camping unit from an internet provider.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there showers and bathroom available?
Lighthouse Park features bath houses with showers and flush toilets. The showers cost 25 cents for 3 minutes of time.
What comes with the campsite?
Each site has a fire ring (without a grate for cooking) and a picnic table.
Do you sell ice and wood?
Yes. We do sell ice and wood (must pay with cash or check).
Lighthouse Park has six Cabins available for rent. All cabins have heat and electricity. Campers are responsible for bringing all personal belongings and linens. A picnic table and bonfire ring are available on each site.More Information
Rustic cabins do not have running water. Multiple bathrooms and water stations are located throughout the park. Take a look at the Lighthouse Park Map below.Lighthouse Park Map
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Holidays are Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day. A minimum of 3-night reservations are required.
Off season includes dates in May before Memorial Day and in September after Labor Day.
Tour the Park
- Historic Lighthouse, Museum and gift shop – One of few lighthouses that is accessible on foot
- Huron City Museum
- Paved bike path along M-25
- Grindstone City’s largest ice cream cone