LIGHTHOUSE PARK

3002 Conger Street, Port Huron

Mourning doves, gulls, Golden eagles, Black scoters, and ducks are commonly seen. Rare sightings include Great Black-Backed gulls, and jaegers

 
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From March through December, the Cove supports Belted Kingfishers and Great Blue Herons. During migration, the shoreline is a regular stopover site for Spotted Sandpipers, migrating ducks and occasionally Least Bittern. During the winter, it's a great place to look for Bald Eagles and winter finches. In spring and fall, the trees are often filled with warblers and thrushes. Rare species include Yellow-crowned Night Herons, Glaucous Gulls, Connecticut Warblers, Louisiana Waterthrushes, and Pileated Woodpeckers.

 

AMENITIES

Below is a list of amenities available at this property.

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VIEWING SEASON

Winter is the best viewing season

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PARKING

Paved parking, with lighting, is available

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RESTROOMS

Permanent restrooms are available on this property

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TRAIL CONDITION

No formal trail

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PICNIC TABLES

Picnic tables and picnic shelters are available

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BOAT LAUNCH

There is no boat launch, but canoe and kayak access is available

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FEE

No fee