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Jerome Point Lighthouse


10110 Grenville Street

902-535-3094

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Highlights

  • A beacon by land or sea to safe passage and historic sites
  • Easy access to park trails and the St. Peter’s Coastal Trail
  • Visit the Canal Landing with bike, kayak & SUP rentals and First Nations crafts
  • Grab a picnic lunch from nearby and enjoy the scenic view

Overview

The Jerome Point Lighthouse was originally constructed in 1883 as a wooden, square, pyramidal tower of almost eleven meters with an attached dwelling. The lighthouse was rebuilt in 1956 without the attached dwelling.

By sea, the lighthouse is located on St. Peter’s Bay identifying the entrance to the St. Peter’s Canal National Historic Site that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Bras d’Or Lake inland sea by North America’s only tidal locks. By land, the lighthouse is located at the entrance of Battery Provincial Park on Hwy #4 at the St. Peter’s swing bridge. These landmarks are among the many sites and activities that attract visitors and long-term guests to the Village of St. Peter’s, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

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