Parks and Recreation's Services

JE Hamilton Community House
  • Business Phone: (920)793-5592
  • Information: (920)320-9895
  • Business Hours:
  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:00AM to 4:30PM
  • Saturday and Sunday
  • Closed
  • 1520 17th Street
  • PO Box 87
  • Two Rivers, WI 54241

Woodland Dunes & Bird City

Overview- The City of Two Rivers is located in the midst of a significant migratory bird stopover area which includes Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Point Beach State Forest, plus Lake Michigan waterfront and large coastal wetlands on the East and West Twin Rivers. The City has developed an increasingly positive relationship with the nature […]

Park Shelter Rentals

Want to rent a shelter for a picnic, family reunion, or other special occasion? You may reserve a shelter for the upcoming year beginning the first Monday in December. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Download Shelter Rental Form

Parks

The City maintains the following parks and recreational facilities for use by residents and visitors to our area: Neshotah Park, Zander Park, Vietnam Veterans Park, Picnic Hill (including disc golf course), Walsh Field, Riverside Park (including skate park), Taylor Park, Vet’s Park, Mariner’s Trail, Eggers Riverwalk, Central Park, Lakeshore Park, Harbor Park, Washington Park, as […]

Neshotah Beach

A beautiful Lake Michigan sand beach. Located between 17th & 22nd Streets, along Zlatnik Drive, this beautiful sand beach has volleyball courts, basketball courts, and picnic areas. There is also a jet ski launch area in the parking lot closest to 22nd Street. Swimming is allowed at your own risk–lifeguards are not provided.

Central Park Concert Series

Free concerts offered in Central Park, downtown Two Rivers, on Hwy 42, between 17th & 18th Streets.

Forestry

This department trims and plants trees in city parks, cemeteries, and in the terrace area of our city streets. The city forester is Mike Kakuk, who is also the cemetery foreman. For information, call 793-5599.

Community House

The J.E. Hamilton Community House is home to the Parks & Recreation Administrative office as well as the Senior Center. A gymnasium, meeting rooms, and kitchen facilities are available for rent on an hourly basis. See “Forms & Documents” for a reservation application. A fitness room houses exercise bikes, stair climbers, treadmills, and weights. There […]

Cemeteries

The City operates two cemeteries. Pioneer Rest and Calvary Cemeteries make up the “old cemetery” as it is known by local folks. It is located at 25th St. & Forest Avenue. The “new cemetery” (Holy Cross and Forest View) was formed in about 1909 and is located at 3801 Mishicot Rd. History is all around […]

Vets Park Boat Launch

A City operated boat launch and fish  cleaning station is located on the West  Twin River at 16th & Madison Street  adjacent to Vets Park. Launch fees are as follows: Seasonal Pass – City Resident: $25.00 / Non Resident: $37.50 If no seasonal pass is purchased, a daily launch fee of $5.00 is required at […]

Beach Information

Neshotah Beach: A swimming area in Lake  Michigan is located at Neshotah Park. Changing rooms, restrooms, concessions, and sand volleyball courts are also available. Cladophora Brochure

Beach Handout

The hand out below provides information on the nuisance algae in Lake Michigan Download Handout

Attraction Tickets

Attraction tickets available at a reduced rate through the Parks & Recreation Department from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Attractions Include: Click here for ticket information

Advisory Recreation Board

The Advisory Recreation Board typically meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6 PM at City Hall, in The Loft (Floor #2 of the J.E. Hamilton Community House). Meetings are open to the public. Board members are: Tim Klinkner, Kathy Peterson, Logan Kust, Robert Reed Jr., Gerald Thiede, Ashlee Walesh, Pete Walkner, John Casavant, and […]

Adopt-a-Park or Trail

Help keep our parks & trails clean and well groomed. This program is open to groups or individuals who want to take an active role in bettering our community. Volunteer to adopt a section of trail or a park. We will post the area with a recognition sign after your first clean-up. Call 793-5592 for […]