The Lighthouse Walk In Wisconsin That Offers Unforgettable Views

With so much coastline along the Great Lakes, Wisconsin is home to some historic and beautiful lighthouses. Up in Two Rivers, there’s a lighthouse in a state forest that has all kinds of unique characteristics. Hiking to see it takes you in and among some of the most pristine parts of the state. There are few places with views like this anywhere in Wisconsin and this state forest ensures that they’re protected for us all to see and experience. For a totally unforgettable day in nature, you have to visit Rawley Point Lighthouse in Point Beach State Forest.

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Rawley Point Lighthouse is located in Point Beach State Forest. A Wisconsin State Parks admission sticker is required for admission. They can be purchased for $8 for a single day or $28 for the year. Campsites have an additional charge.

Address: 9400 County Road O, Two Rivers, WI, 54241.

Learn more about the forest here and the lighthouse here on the state Department of Natural Resources website.

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