Marblehead Lighthouse State Park
- Address: 110 Lighthouse Dr, Marblehead, OH 43440, USA, 43440, Lakeside Marblehead, United States
- Tags: Light House, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Landmarks
Situated right off the coast and overlooking the Marblehead Peninsula, the Marblehead Lighthouse in Marblehead, Ohio is one of the town’s most picturesque attractions. An active aid to navigation, this lighthouse has been guiding sailors along the Great Lakes since 1822. Surrounding the lighthouse is a 9-acre state park that features picnic tables, play areas, and offers views of Lake Erie. Also present here is a museum with exhibits concerning the local maritime industry and other items.
Marblehead Lighthouse State Park Reviews & Ratings
The cool breeze off the lake. Can see Cedar Point in the distant. Work that is being done on the lighthouse to help preserve it for future generations to see. Great place for day trips and picnics. You can fish there. Wow
A beautiful place. You can walk out on the rocks and watch the water move so gracefully across the stone. The sound can easily carry you away. The view-breath taking. The memory walk very touching. Loving messages carved in each brick. There is a Museum, also and exactly replica of the care station. I could just stay here for hours looking about. The light house, I can only imagine the people who have stood here over the years. Grand visit.
Scenic and free, means it's for me. I've been here twice recently and both times were windy. I lost 4 hats and a pair of pants already into the lake. Make sure you pack your kite, but note that the wind/lake could take it too.
We had a hotel close to this state park, it is so comfortable and beautiful. We enjoyed a picnic, walked the grounds & enjoyed the lighthouse. Visited with some nice people and just sat enjoying the lake. A perfect evening
We go there yearly. Always delightful. It is such a beautiful location. They have a nice 5 minute video overview in the carriage house now. They are opening anotherbuulding a expanding parking. Museum is worth the admission. I love climbing and sitting on the rocks, watching the lake and boats going by. Free to visit. Small charge for climbing to top of lighthouse and fee for the museum