Crisp Point Lighthouse is located 37 miles (11.2km) north of Newberry in Michigan’s Luce County. Accessed by going 18 miles (29kms) down country gravel road 500 off the M-123. This remote lighthouse was built in 1903-04 and stands 59 feet (18 m) tall. It was named after the famed Life Saving Station Keeper Christopher Crisp. Christopher Crisp was the Life Saving Station Keeper until 1890. During operational hours, the visitor center, restrooms and lighthouse are free to the public. Climb the stairs to the top and out to the observation deck for sensational views of Lake Superior. A boardwalk from the lighthouse leads you to Crisp Point Beach. The Crisp Point Light Historical Society in a non-profit organization that formed to restore and preserve the Lighthouse.
Hours of Operation: End of May to October 10am – 6pm (hours are dependent on volunteers and weather)