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Wind Point Lighthouse, Racine

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  • A beautiful old lighthouse, towering in our landscape with so much history. Clean beach with metal boat tracks still visible, historical and replica products on display. Brick paved road. A lovely pla...  more »
  • Could be a very nice place ... a small park with (a better) flower garden; as it stands today, it is quite bland!  more »
  • Went to visit the lighthouse. Unfortunately they were not open on the day we went for a climb up. Still had a wonderful time walking around and taking in the beautiful views. There's a beach and zoo n...  more »
  • Beautiful lighthouse. Great place for pictures. The grounds are lovely. You can sit enjoy the gardens, walk around the lighthouse and look out over Lake Michigan.
  • A view of lake Michigan on a beautiful day along the beach. A historic lighthouse completes the view. A must visit destination for those looking for peace and quiet.
  • This is one of the most beautiful corners in Racine County. Situated in the village of Wind Point, this lighthouse is not only a historical beacon of light, but a great place to take time to appreciate all the beauty around us.
  • Great preservation project. Peaceful place to learn, relax, or even work.
  • Love the view from here, such a perfect spot to stop and enjoy the lake. If you are taking the lake drive on Hwy 32, you MUST take the side roads to Windpoint. Take a tour, bring a small lunch, just stop and enjoy.