Objects found on the bluff tend to have different purposes than those found on the beach. There are still trash cans and fences, but there is more thought given to aesthetics.
A paved walking path runs along the bluff, giving visitors to Lake Park an easy access through the park. Bridges over the ravines in Lake Park are guarded by large, decorative lion statues. A chain fence marks the division between the walking path and the grounds of the North Point Lighthouse, similar to the rope surrounding the cabana area on Bradford Beach.
While some of the objects are similar to those on the beach, they provide a much different feel to the bluff. The bluff is a much calmer and more relaxed space than the beach, but at the same time is grander in scale. Where the beach attracts people with the activities it can provide, the bluff is more likely to attract people with its beautiful scenery.
- North Point Lighthouse Museum Collections, Milwaukee.