Two Rivers stands at the junction of two of the state's most scenic bicycle trails, as well as two trails that connect historic downtown with the new high school. The city is also host to four locations to rent bicycles from. What better way to see the sites of The City of Two Rivers than by bike.
The longest continuous scenic view of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin. The six-mile paved trail connects Manitowoc and Two Rivers, hugging the scenic shore of Lake Michigan. Parking is available at both ends and at several waysides along the trail.
The Rawley Point Recreational Trail has a hard-packed limestone base and connects Two Rivers with Point Beach State Forest. The six-mile trail winds through pine and hemlock forests, dunes and fields.
Between the trails, you'll travel a route from the Two Rivers Harbor, near several museums, through the east side historic district and along the expansive beach of Neshotah Park, among the finest parks along Lake Michigan.
Connects the Two Rivers High School to the rest of the city. The North trail runs to the north side of Two Rivers. The East Trail runs down Lincoln Avenue to connect to city sidewalks at 34th Street.
These trails funded by $1.2 million grant, plus local donations.