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Cana Island Light Station At 150 Square
David T Wilkinson
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Explore Door County’s most iconic lighthouse, which celebrated 150 years of standing watch on the shore of Lake Michigan in 2019. Ride a haywagon over the water causeway to explore the island, including the 89-foot-tall tower, the original home of the lighthouse keeper and his family, and the oil house where fuel for the light was stored. The highlight of any Cana Island visit is climbing the 97 steps of the tower’s spiral staircase to reach the gallery deck. The outside deck delivers a sweeping view of Lake Michigan and the Door County peninsula of Wisconsin. While the ascent is fun for visitors, imagine the lighthouse keeper’s job as he trudged up and down the steps each night, carrying heated lard to keep the light burning! (Quote from The Door County Maritime Museum)
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December 3rd, 2019
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