This lighthouse was built by former Wisconsin State Senator, William Bray, in 1909. After failing to convince the government of the need for a lighthouse at the point to mark the shallow dangerous reefs just off-shore, Mr. Bray used his own money to buy the land, construct the tower and pay for ongoing maintenance. He then assumed the role of keeper lighting the lamp each night. The plans came from Mr. Bray's friend, a noted architect named George Andrews Rockwell. Privately owned. No tours.
- On Water
Places To Stay: Near Bray Lighthouse