About Frankfort North Pier Lighthouse
The North Pier Lighthouse in Frankfort, Michigan, is a historic beacon on Lake Michigan. Built in 1912, its distinctive white tower adds to the stunning views of the lake and surrounding shoreline. A popular tourist destination, it showcases the region’s maritime heritage in a picturesque setting. The piers are quite long and known as the arms of Frankfort. Visitors can access the North Pier via Frankfort Beach. Walking out to the end of the pier is enjoyable when the weather is fine.