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Station Port Huron

 

Station Port Huron

History of Station Port Huron

Original lifeboat station was created in 1898, known as Station Lake View Beach located 5 miles north of Fort Gratiot light. In 1931, three and a half acres of land surrounding Fort Gratiot Lighthouse was purchased by the government, and on April 13, 1932, Coast Guard Station Port Huron was officially opened. The old station “Lake View Beach” was abandoned in 1946. A new facility was opened in 2004.

 

Unit Websites

 
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Non-Coast Guard Site(s)
http://www.michiganlights.com/LakeviewbeachLSS.htm
 

 

Contact Information

 
U.S. Coast Guard Station Port Huron
2800 Omar St.
Port Huron, Michigan, 48060
(810) 984-2603

 

 

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