HIGHLIGHTING PRESQUE ISLE'S NATURAL BEAUTY
WHAT IS PRESQUE ISLE LIGHTS?
Presque Isle Lights welcomes visitors to experience a self-guided evening driving tour of seasonal lights throughout Presque Isle State Park from the comfort and safety of their vehicles. Visitors will follow the park’s full 13-mile loop road encountering along the way a variety of lights and displays coupled with the natural beauty offered by Presque Isle after dark.
WHO ORGANIZES PRESQUE ISLE LIGHTS?
Presque Isle Lights is organized by the Presque Isle Partnership, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the Presque Isle visitor’s experience by developing, funding and implementing projects and programs on the park while protecting the natural environment.
Presque Isle Lights is made possible by the outstanding support of our generous sponsors.
WHAT AREAS OF THE PARK WILL BE LIT?
Presque Isle Lights is committed to sustainability. LED lights, which consume 90% less energy than incandescent lights of the past, will be used throughout the park.
Solar generators will be utilized to power certain areas without electrical utilities such as the park entrance, Leo’s Landing, Thompson Circle, and Sunset Point.
Areas of the park with existing electrical utilities will be adorned in lights such as the Stull Interpretive Center, Public Safety Building, Waterworks, Perry Monument, Presque Isle Lighthouse, and Beach 8.
IS IT FREE TO SEE THE LIGHTS?
YES! The outstanding support provided by our generous sponsors makes Presque Isle Lights FREE for everyone!
Please consider making a donation to the Presque Isle Partnership below!
WHEN WILL THE LIGHTS BE ON?
6 - 9PM
December 5-6 | Sat. & Sun.
December 11-13 | Fri.- Sun.
December 18-20 | Fri.- Sun.
December 25-27 | Fri.- Sun.
January 1-3 | Fri.- Sun.
Donations to the Presque Isle Partnership are greatly appreciated. Together, we will grow Presque Isle Lights and continue to make Presque Isle the best park it can be!