Passage Island Lighthouse is located on the southern tip of Passage Island on the northeast side of Isle Royale National Park in Michigan’s Keweenaw County. The lighthouse, built in 1882, provides safe passage for ships through a narrow 3 mile (4.8km) lane between the island and Isle Royale to this day with an automated light. It stands 44 feet tall and built in a Norman Gothic style. The Park offers programs that include transportation from Isle Royale’s Rock Harbor to Passage Island. There is a mile long hiking trail that leads to the lighthouse once visitors get to the island.
Also visit Rock Harbor Lighthouse, Rock of Ages Lighthouse, and Isle Royale Lighthouse all found at Isle Royale National Park.
Visitors to Isle Royale National Park must arrive by boat or seaplane. There are transportation services that depart from Houghton, MI, Copper Harbor, MI, and Grand Portage, MN.