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Saginaw River Rear Range Lighthouse
Saginaw River
Bay City, Michigan 48706
Voice: 989-893-4567

The range light system, which is used by all mariners and maintained by the Coast Guard throughout the United States, was invented by the 15 year old son of the keeper of Bay County's Saginaw River Lighthouse in 1860. The lighthouse is currently located on private property and undergoing extensive renovation. It is not accessible, but may be viewed from the water (see Tall Ship Sailing Adventures & Historical Boat Tours).



Pictures and images were provided by Bay City, Michigan Visitors Bureau

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