Asylum Point Lighthouse – Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Asylum Point Lighthouse
Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Asylum Point, a promontory that separates North and South Asylum Bay, was the site chosen for a lighthouse in 1937. Built on an artificial island, Asylum Point Park was popular with picnickers who gained access by a wooden bridge. The 24-foot lighthouse was rejected by the DOT and was never lit. Also known as Lighthouse Island and Picnic Point, the lighthouse was refurbished in 2007 and remains a popular landmark on Lake Winnebago just north of Oshkosh.

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