Distance: 60.19 miles
Hog Island, at 2 acres, is the lone component of the Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The island is
located in Lake Michigan, east of Washington Island, in Door County, Wisconsin. The island was set aside by
Executive Order in 1913 as a preserve and breeding ground for native birds. Along with Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge, Green Bay Refuge makes up the Wisconsin Islands Wild...
Distance: 67.99 miles
Gravel (4 acres) and Spider (23 acres) islands comprise the Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge. These islands are located in Lake Michigan, approximately 1 mile east of the northern tip of the Door County peninsula, Wisconsin.
Along with Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Gravel Island Refuge is part of the Wisconsin Islands Wilderness Area, which, at 29 acres, is one of the smallest ...
Distance: 95.13 miles
The beacon of Lighthouse Island gleams into the Northern Michigan night from its lonely vantage point three miles off
the south shore of Lake Superior. Lighthouse Island, or West Huron, is the second largest of eight islands
comprising the Huron Islands National Wildlife Refuge. Despite their small size, totalling only 147 acres, the
remoteness and primitive quality of these islands ha...