Split Rock Lighthouse -- Two Harbors MN
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Benchmark Blasterz
N 47° 11.999 W 091° 22.020
15T E 623684 N 5228681
Quick Description: Three lighthouse passport stamps are available at the Split Rock Lighthouse gift shop in the Visitor Center.
Location: Minnesota, United States
Date Posted: 3/4/2015 2:56:56 PM
Waymark Code: WMNFA0
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member lenron
Views: 10

Long Description:
Holders of lighthouse passports should be aware that there are THREE separate lighthouse passports stamps available for Split Rock Lighthouse. The year Blasterz were there, the centennial of the lighthouse was being celebrated. That stamp is still available, although you may have to ask for it specially at the gift shop.

The gift shop is in the visitor center, which is very near the lighthouse. You must go through the center to get to the lighthouse, since there is an admission fee charged.

More on Split Rock Lighthouse: (visit link)

"Split Rock Lighthouse

Shipwrecks from a mighty 1905 November gale prompted this rugged landmark's construction. Completed by the U.S. Lighthouse Service in 1910, Split Rock Light Station soon became one of Minnesota's best known landmarks. Restored to its 1920s appearance, the light station offers a glimpse of lighthouse life in this remote and spectacular setting.

Split Rock Lighthouse is a National Historic Landmark

October 20-May 14:
Visitor Center and grounds only.
Thu-Mon 11 am-4 pm

Open New Year's Day, Thu Jan 1, 2015, 11 am-4 pm.

Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

May 15-third weekend in October:
Daily 10 am-6 pm

Open Memorial Day, July 4 and Labor Day, 10 am-6 pm.

$9 adults
$7 seniors and college students
$6 children 6-17
Free for children 5 and under and MNHS members."
Split Rock Lighthouse 3713 Split Rock Lighthouse Rd Two Harbors MN

Lighthouse Website: [Web Link]

Visit Instructions:

Please include the following with your submission of a visit:

  1. Photograph of the passport stamp. Over time, passport stamps change, some are dated, and let’s face it, this is the purpose of the waymark.
  2. Area photograph of location. Try to make it from a new angle to show something new. Pictures can include interaction, as that is encouraged, but should be done so with the thought of inspiring further visitation of the area. No GPSr Pictures, unless there is something significant to show about the coordinates.
  3. Short narrative. Tell of your visit, share something new, add new visiting hours or anything that would be nice to know when visiting the location.

Finally, please add a visit if you go to the area and find the passport stamp is missing. Please add details, such as, they expect a new passport stamp and when, or the like. If the passport stamp has moved, please log a visit, and waymark the new location. (Old locations will not be archived. You never know when they might move the passport stamp back to the original waymark. This is where the visits come in handy.)

Please do not add a visit if you go to the location and the passport stamp is inaccessible because the passport stamp has moved to another location or where it is housed is closed. This category is about the passport stamp. You may be able to post a log about a lighthouse and not go inside, but you can not log a passport stamp without gaining the passport stamp.

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