Aids To Navigation

The Green Bay Harbor entrance light is on the westerly side and is a guide into the dredged channel leading to the Fox River. A diaphragm fog horn is operated at this station. A buoy marks the easterly bank opposite the entrance light.

The previous data, and other information contained herein, cannot be construed as official or controlling and is subject to change without notice.  Such data and information is taken from the best possible source at the time of publication. Consult the latest edition of the U.S. Coast Pilot #6 and NOAA Chart #14918.

In 1987, new navigation aids and lights were installed in the channel from the entrance light to the mouth of the Fox River.