CYLA was asked to document the landscape of the Eagle Bluff Light Station in Door County. During the period of manned service from 1868 to 1926, three light station keepers maintained the light. The light was kept burning from spring ice melt until the channel closed to pack ice in the winter. Logs were kept which provided a glimpse of life at the site. Like many of the mid and late 19th century light stations, Eagle Bluff conformed to a strict one-acre layout of primary buildings, auxiliary buildings, pathways, and architectural elements that was designated by the U.S. Coast Guard. Within this layout, families could be relatively self-sufficient. In addition to examining history and existing conditions, CYLA produced a treatment plan that will re-establish important circulation paths, views, planting areas, and fencing. The Light Station’s prominent location within Peninsula State Park makes it a very appealing site for visitors.