Baileys Harbor is home to four lighthouses. Make plans to see them all!

Historic Lighthouses.

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Old Baileys Light - "The Birdcage"

This lighthouse is located on private property and not accessible by foot. You may view the Lighthouse from downtown Baileys Harbor Parks or by taking a kayak or boat tour.

Baileys Harbor Range Lights at Ridges Sanctuary

920-839-2802 www.ridgessanctuary.org
Featured on guided hikes at The Ridges Sanctuary, these modest but enduring structures guided ships into Baileys Harbor for 100 years and were relit in 2015. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Open May-October. Range Lights: Group tours by appointment (4 weeks in advance) and included on Ridges Sanctuary Guided Hikes May – October
8166 Highway 57 info@ridgessanctuary.org

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Cana Island Lighthouse - Door County Maritime Museum

920-743-5958   www.dcmm.org

Explore Door County’s most iconic lighthouse, which in 2019 celebrated 150 years of standing watch on the shore of Lake Michigan. Ride a hay-wagon over the causeway to explore the island, including the 89-foot-tall light tower, oil storage house and lighthouse keeper’s home. The highlight of any Cana Island visit is climbing the 97 steps of the tower’s spiral staircase to reach the gallery deck, which delivers a sweeping panoramic view of Lake Michigan and the Door County peninsula. Open 10 am – 5 pm, May – October.  Admission fee.

8800 Cana Island Road  info@dcmm.org