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Parks in Two Rivers

Parks in Two Rivers

The City of Two Rivers is the proud host of 21 outdoor recreation and parks, maintained to the highest standards set by our Parks and Recreations crew. The interactive map below can be used to find out more. Please click the park name on the map to see the location. Details about each park are listed below the map.

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City of Two Rivers Parks

City of Two Rivers Parks Map

Central Park

Central Park

Central Park is the heart of downtown and home to many of our special events. The park covers both sides of Washington Street.

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Eggers Riverwalk

Eggers Riverwalk

A great place to relax, Eggers Riverwalk is located along the West Twin River next to the Madison Street bridge.

Neshotah Park & Beach

Neshotah

A beautiful sand beach and forest park on Lake Michigan with areas for swimming, volleyball, and launching jet skis and kayaks.

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Paddlers Park

Paddlers Park

Paddlers Park is a boat launch and park mostly used for kayaks, canoes, and pleasure boats that access the East Twin River.

Picnic Hill Park

Picnic Hill Park

Picnic Hill is a passive use park. Heavily wooded, it features nice areas for walking and hiking and has a disc golf course.

Riverside Park

Riverside Park

Proud home to the City of Two Rivers Skate Park, it also features a warming shelter, playground equipment, and basketball courts.

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Taylor Park

Taylor Park

This neighborhood park is near the Aurora Hospital. It has playground equipment and a shelter.

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Vet's Park

Vet's Park

Vet's Park is the city's major public boat launch and fish cleaning station.

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Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park is a popular location for sports.

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Walsh Field

Walsh Field

Walsh Field is located right next to Picnic Hill and across the street from Neshotah Park.

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Washington Park

Washington Park

Our newest park, Washington Park has quickly become a popular place for tennis, basketball, sledding, and more.

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Zander Park

Zander Park

The City of Two Rivers free dog park. Bring your pets or your children to enjoy this beautiful park.

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Park Details

Central Park

Central Park

Central Park is the heart of downtown and home to many of our special events. The park covers both sides of Washington Street, the main thoroughfare through downtown. On the west side of the park sits the city's band shell and the refurbished J.E. Hamilton Community House. On the east is the refurbished City Hall. The band shell can be rented for your activity.

The band shell is acoustically designed for concerts, dances, weddings and other entertainment. It will fit 60 people on stage and nearly 300 on benches in the park. It includes a sound system with twenty 20 amp outlets and six microphone hook-ups.

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Eggers Riverwalk

Eggers Riverwalk

Eggers Riverwalk is located along the West Twin River, just off the Madison Street bridge. Enjoy a peaceful walk along the river, watch boats pull in and out of the marina across the way, or have a picnic in the beautiful lawn maintained by the City of Two Rivers Park and Recreation Department.

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Neshotah Park & Beach

Eggers Riverwalk

A beautiful sand beach on Lake Michigan with areas for swimming, volleyball, and launching jet skis and kayaks. Neshotah also has a softball field, volleyball and basketball courts, playgrounds, the Rawley Point bike trail, horseshoe pits, four shelters, and picnic areas with tables and grills.

The Beach House is home to a bathhouse/changing area, restrooms and a concession stand. Shelters in the park can be rented for private parties and picnics.

Beach House Shelter - Just steps from the beach and concession stand and bath house. Includes 2 large grills, 25 picnic tables, 18 electrical outlets, bathrooms, water fountain, soda machine. Room for about 200 people.

Horseshoe Shelter - 8 horseshoe pits, near playgrounds. 24 picnic tables, 20 electrical outlets, seats 190.

Jaycee Shelter - Next the baseball field and volleyball court, 2 large grills, 1 small grill, 24 picnic tables, 16 electrical outlets, two 14-50R outlets, seats up to 200 people.

Neshotah Park Shelter - Centrally located between the baseball field, volleyball court, playgrounds, horseshoe pits, basketball court. 1 large grill, 7 picnic tables, 4 outlets, bathrooms, seats 70 people.

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Paddlers Park

Paddlers Park

At the end of 27th Street is where you'll find the home of the newest craze in Two Rivers. Paddlers Park is where you'll often find kayaks and canoes launching into the East Twin River. It can also be used for launching larger pleasure boats.

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Picnic Hill Park

Paddlers Park

Picnic Hill is a passive use park. Heavily wooded, it features nice areas for walking and hiking and has a disc golf course. It is located next to Walsh Field and the new Sandy Bay Highlands subdivision on the city's east side.

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Riverside Park

Riverside Park

Home of the city's skateboard park, Riverside Park is located on the West Twin River and has a fully enclosed shelter/restroom facility. There is also playground equipment and basketball courts. The park also includes a stormwater retention pond to help protect the river from pollution from stormwater runoff.

The shelter/warming house is available for rent. It has one grill, water fountain, soda machine, five tables inside shelter, eight electrical outlets, and seats 40 inside.

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Taylor Park

Taylor Park

Less than three blocks from Lake Michigan and across the street from Aurora Hospital, this small neighborhood park is a wonderful place to picnic. It has playground equipment and a small shelter.

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Vet's Park

Riverside Park

Vet's Park is the city's major public boat launch and fish cleaning station.

It also has playground equipment, and basketball and volleyball courts, and a water fountain. The shelter has 6 picnic tables, 1 large grill, 8 electrical outlets, 1 220 outlet, restrooms, seats 60 people.

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Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park

With two softball fields, concession area, shelter, and playground equipment, basketball hoops, water fountain, and bleachers, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park is a popular location for sports. It is also located next to the city's little league baseball diamond on the city's northeast side.

The shelter is available for rent: 6 picnic tables, 2 outlets, restrooms, seats 60 people.

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Walsh Field

Walsh Field

Photograph by Bridget VanGinkel

Along with its regulation baseball field, Walsh Field has a shelter that you can rent & bathroom facilities. The shelter seats up to 90 people and includes 7 picnic tables, 5 electrical outlets, restrooms, water fountain.

The stadium style bleachers make it a great place for viewing local baseball, football, and soccer games, as well as the annual 4th of July band concert and fireworks display.

Walsh Field is located right next to Picnic Hill and across the street from Neshotah Park. It is also home to the Two Rivers Polar Bears semi-pro baseball team and Manitowoc County Mariners semi-pro football team.

Walsh Field was dedicated to the memory of Thomas J. (James) Walsh in 1935, three years after it was built and two years after he died while traveling to Washington, DC to become the U.S. Attorney General.

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Washington Park

Washington Park

Our newest park, Washington Park has quickly become a popular place.

It has a shelter for your family gatherings, playground equipment, 3 tennis courts, basketball court, sledding hills, pier, and a nice walking trail that winds along the West Twin River.

1 large, double-sided grill, 8 picnic tables, 8 electrical outlets, bathrooms, water fountain, sink, seats 50.

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Zander Park - Dog Park

Zander Park

Zander Park on the Southside has a shelter you can rent, and courts for volleyball and basketball, playground equipment, water fountain, and picnic areas with tables and 6 grills. It is also the city's FREE dog park.

It has a shelter for your family gatherings, playground equipment, 1 large grill, 16 picnic tables, 8 electrical outlets, bathrooms, seats 70 people.

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