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Wisconsin Lighthouses

Lighthouses on Lake Winnebago

North Point Lighthouse

Wisconsin has six lighthouses on Lake Winnebago. Many are open to the public.


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Asylum Point Lighthouse
54901
44.06244, -88.51467
Bray's Point Lighthouse
54901
44.007155, -88.51998
Calumet Harbor Lighthouse
53049
43.91517, -88.33262
Fisherman's Road Lighthouse
53049
43.87353, -88.36262
Fond du Lac Lighthouse
54935
43.79766, -88.43729
Kimberly Point Lighthouse
54956
44.1853, -88.4425

Lighthouses on Lake Winnebago

Asylum Point Lighthouse

Asylum Point Park, Oshkosh, WI 54901

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Asylum Point Lighthouse
54901
44.06244, -88.51467

Bray's Point Lighthouse

Bay Shore Drive, Oshkosh, WI 54901

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Bray's Point Lighthouse
54901
44.007155, -88.51998

Calumet Harbor Lighthouse

Columbia Park, W3496 County Road W, Malone, WI 53049

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Calumet Harbor Lighthouse
53049
43.91517, -88.33262

Fisherman's Road Lighthouse

Fishermans Road, Malone, WI 53049

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Fisherman's Road Lighthouse
53049
43.87353, -88.36262
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Fond du Lac Lighthouse

Lighthouse Drive, Fond du Lac, WI 54935

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Fond du Lac Lighthouse
54935
43.79766, -88.43729
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This is a fun stop if you are near Fond du Lac and like Lighthouses. You can go up into the top of the Fond du Lac Lighthouse for free. The view is great and the history of the lighthouse is interesting.

Kimberly Point Lighthouse

270 Lakeshore Avenue, Neenah, WI 54956

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Kimberly Point Lighthouse
54956
44.1853, -88.4425


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