|Fisherman's Road, WI|
Description: This light tower, which now marks the entrance to the boat ramp and small marina operated by the Fisherman's Road Fishing Club, previously stood alongside the tall tower at Calumet Harbor, just three miles north of Fisherman's Road. The tower was moved to its present location sometime during or before 2001.
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Located at the Fisherman's Road boat ramp on the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago, south of Pipe and north of Fond du Lac. The light is owned by the Fisherman's Road Fishing Club. Grounds open, tower closed.
The light is owned by the Fisherman's Road Fishing Club. Grounds open, tower closed.
Notes from a friend:Kraig writes:
We knew that there had been an hourglass-shaped tower at Calumet Harbor, but when we visited the harbor in early 2002, only the tall observation tower remained. At that time, we had to rush to catch a plane and didn't have to time inquire regarding the fate of the smaller tower. In early 2005, we happened to be in the area again, and this time decided to ask some of the locals if they knew what had become of it. The attentive, young audience in the bar/restaurant in Columbia Park didn't know anything about it. Still willing to suffer further embarrassment, we sought out a more seasoned person and finally found a man who recalled that the tower had been moved a couple of miles south to Fisherman's Road. A short drive proved his recollection to be correct.
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