Point Iroquois Light was built in 1871, and is no longer active. The original Fourth Order lens is now on display in the Smithsonian, and the lightstation now operates as a museum. The 65 foot tall tower is open for climbing, and although there is no lens at the top, there are excellent views of Lake Superior. What I found most intriguing about this site was the amazing rock wall which is constructed of the many-colored rocks that are found along the Superior shore in this area.
The station is currently owned and operated by the Hiawatha National Forest (906-635-5311)