Manitowoc Breakwater Light
Located on the north side of the harbor,
next to the Manitowoc Marina at
425 Maritime Drive, Manitowoc, WI 54220

Constructed in 1839, this was the first light to mark the harbor entrance breakwater in Manitowoc.  The light was automated in 1971 but is still an active Coast Guard Facility. 

Rawley Point Light
Located 5 miles north of Two Rivers, WI on County Road 0.

Rawley Point Light, at Point Beach State Forest, is among the brightest traffic signals on the Great Lakes rising 13 feet above water.  It was named after Peter Rawley, one of the first settlers in Manitowoc County.  No tours available, however, great views can be seen from a trail at Point Beach State Forest.

Two Rivers North Pierhead
Located at the Rogers Street Fishing Village
2102 Jackson St. in Two Rivers, WI 54241

Built in 1886, the light was relocated in 1975 from its original position (the end of the harbor breakwater).  The light is the only example of a wood pierhead light surviving on the Upper Great Lakes.