Welcome to McGulpin Point!
TRIPLE FRIGHT NIGHT AND HALLOWEEN FUN FOR 2016!
Special Halloween hours announced, with October right around the corner!
Please make a note that McGulpin Point will be decorated for Halloween with special hours as follows: Saturday, Oct. 29, hours are 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as the lighthouse participates in Triple Fright Night (see flyer); Sunday, Oct. 30, hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Monday, Oct. 31 (Halloween) 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Get ready for some spooky family fun at McGulpin Point!
THANK YOU for visiting us! We welcome tens of thousands of visitors to our site each year, and we enjoy talking with you all and telling you about the rich history of McGulpin Point!
The lighthouse remains open until Nov. 1.
Thank you for your support of and interest in McGulpin Point Lighthouse and Historic Site! Admission is by freewill donation.
McGulpin Point Discovery Trail: An intriguing historical journey through generations
The new Discovery Trail at McGulpin Point will bring you back to 9,000 years ago, when our earliest inhabitants lived among these forests and made it their home. Walk the trail to discover native warriors who tread this ground and impacted world-wide events, and later meet the McGulpin ancestors who were the first Europeans to settle this property along the Straits of Mackinac. We hope you enjoy this journey through time at one of Emmet County's, and Michigan's, most important historical landmark sites.read more...
Visit our gift shop for one-of-a-kind treasures!
The gift shop at McGulpin Point Lighthouse and Historic Site is stocked each year with unique treasures that reflect life on the Great Lakes and your visit to McGulpin Point. We carry a wide selection of children's books, shipwreck videos and apparel. We also offer merchandise related to the Headlands International Dark Sky Park, our sister property just down the road. You can find Dark Sky t-shirts, hats and other clothing items, as well as jewelry. We welcome you to browse our gift shop while you're in the Mackinaw City area!read more...