Munising Front Range Lighthouse is located in Munising in Michigan’s Alger County. It was built in 1908 to help vessels maneuvering through the narrow channel east of Grand Island into Munising Bay. This 58 feet (17.6m) tall lighthouse’s active red light works in conjunction with Munising Rear Range Lighthouse. The two red beacons direct toward the East Channel and line up one above the other creating focal planes of 79 and 107 feet above the lake. Located on M-28 at Hemlock Street, the grounds are open but the tower is closed to the public.