Minnesota’s North Shore Is Home To A Beautiful Sandbar That Leads To An Abandoned Lighthouse

Anyone who’s been to Duluth has fallen in love with that beautiful city. Its location on Lake Superior makes it one of the most scenic places in Minnesota, and the hills surrounding the city offer some unforgettable vantage points. Not only is the landscape gorgeous, but there’s plenty to do. There are local shops and restaurants aplenty, and many trails to explore the area up close. One of the most interesting trails is on Minnesota Point, a beautiful sandbar that juts into Superior. Here, adventurous hikers will discover an abandoned lighthouse. Here’s what you need to know:

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Have you heard of the abandoned lighthouse on Minnesota Point? Do you think you’d visit it? If you’re a fan of Minnesota’s abandoned places, you may be interested in our fascinating road trip to Minnesota’s most abandoned places.