Explore Cana Island Lighthouse
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Added by Cameron Cech
If you are already in Door County, this is a worthy spot to visit, especially if you can do so for sunrise or sunset while the light is on. The beach is entirely made of shells and depending on the tide, you can walk out rather far.
You will arrive at a parking lot that is on the mainland. Once parked, you will need to walk across the land bridge to Cana Island where you will come to a small building to pay an admission fee. Hours and Fees are below.
Once on the island, you can walk around and explore the light keeper's house, the lighthouse itself, and the shoreline.
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Hours: Open 10 am - 5 pm May 15th thru November 1st, 7 days a week.
The last tower climb begins at 4:30 pm each day.
Adults -- $12 and includes entrance to the island, keeper's quarters and light tower.
Youth (5-17) -- $9 and includes entrance to the island, keeper's quarters and light tower.
There are age and height restrictions for children to safely climb the tower. They must be at least 5 yrs. old and 42 inches tall.
- Snacks and Water would be advisable if bringing children, but if you're bringing children you probably know that.
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Worth checking out
One of the many lighthouses around Door County, but definitely worth a trip. There were also signs suggesting camping available in the summer, but I would suggest checking with the lighthouse staff to see if that is the case.
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