A free online interactive map of lighthouses in the Great Lakes area has been published by the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association.
About Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association
The Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association (GLLKA) was formally founded as a non-profit organization in 1983, initially consisting of an informal gathering of retired lighthouse keepers, their families and friends, making it one of the longest-lived lighthouse preservation organizations in the country.
The Association’s second president, Dick Moehl, realized a mission statement calling for the protection of lighthouses, the stories of those who preserved them, and the creation of a new generation of preservationists, that the organization needed to locate a lighthouse to restore in order to truly bring its mission to life.
We operate in the Great Lakes and around the country to support other lighthouse communities.
View The Interactive version of the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Map
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