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About Two Rivers
Two Rivers is a charming beach town on the eastern coast of Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. Home of the beautiful Neshotah Beach, Two Rivers is a popular vacation spot for those seeking a coastal getaway to explore, relax and surf. In recognition of its shoreline culture, the town’s slogan is “Catch a Wave.” Two Rivers is also widely known as the birthplace of the ice cream sundae, though Ithaca, New York also considers itself the originator of the sundae. Two Rivers historians say that Ed Berners invented the desert in 1881. Today, you can still visit the original ice cream parlor at the Washington House Museum and Visitor Center.
Things to do in Two Rivers
Frank Lloyd Wright left his mark in the Midwest, and Two Rivers boasts its own piece of American architecture history with the Bernard Schwartz House on Adams Street. You can find more information about the house and tours on The Schwartz House website. In addition to the Washington House Museum, which was originally a hotel built to accommodate European immigrants in the 1850s, stop by the Hamilton Woodtype and Printing Museum – the only museum in the world where visitors can learn about the preservation of wood type. Have you ever pet an alpaca? At LondonDairy Alpacas, you can learn how an alpaca ranch operates, feed an alpaca and see how their fiber (fur) is turned into very soft wool. Kids and adults alike won’t forget the experience petting an alpaca for the first time! Take a trip to Neshotah Beach for sun and sand, or hike through the Woodland Dunes for an adventurous beach experience. Woodland Dunes features 1,300 acres of natural habitat, including a prairie of wildflowers and a butterfly garden. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are encouraged in the winter!
Day trips from Two Rivers
For a city excursion, head 90 miles south of Two Rivers to Milwaukee. Take a trip to the Milwaukee Public Museum, stop by Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin, grab a bite of authentic German food in downtown Milwaukee, and finish the evening with a Pabst Blue Ribbon (or another of Milwaukee’s locally brewed beers!). If you’re in town during football season, take the 40-minute drive northwest to see the Green Bay Packers play a home game at Lambeau Field. The third-oldest NFL franchise, the Green Bay Packers have a diehard fan base and have won the most league championships in NFL history, despite the fact that Green Bay is the smallest sports market in the United States. Just a few miles north of Two Rivers, you’ll find Point Beach State Forest, well worth a day trip. The forest is available for public use year-round, while a supplies and concessions store is open during the summer. The 3,000-acre park is known for its six-mile long beach featuring the Rawley Point Lighthouse, which has operated for 163 years. Drive an hour north into the Door Peninsula to find Door County, where you can see both the sunrise and the sunset over Lake Michigan. Door County also offers several state parks and 11 lighthouses, as well as the largest outdoor painting festival in the Midwest – the Plein Air Festival. Watch painters throughout the creation process and bid on their artwork at the end of the festival!
Two Rivers accommodations
Check out nearly 100 rentals near Two Rivers on Tripping.com. From private homes to indulgent hotel rooms to cottages on the lake, Tripping.com offers a wide variety of options for Two Rivers travelers. Remember to look for rentals with the Instabook option, which are available to book without waiting for confirmation from hosts. Choose a home with a fireplace for a cozy winter visit to Two Rivers. Tripping.com provides choices with WiFi and cable so that guests can stay connected even out in the woods of Wisconsin. Whether you’re traveling solo or bringing eight of your closest friends on a hunting trip, you can find a rental to suit your vacation needs on Tripping.com.
Transportation in Two Rivers
The nearest airport to Two Rivers is Austin Straubel International Airport in Green Bay, roughly a 40-minute drive from Two Rivers. Rent a car at the airport and drive towards the coast along I-43 South to reach Two Rivers. You can also reach Two Rivers by ferry via the SS Badger, with service between Manitowoc and the beautiful beach town of Ludington, MI. You can bring your car along on the ferry for an additional fee, and children receive discounted rates.
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