It's great to live here, and just as nice to visit.
Whether you own a home on one of our tree-shaded streets or stay in a motel on Lake Michigan's shore, you'll appreciate our blend of modern city services and natural beauty.
Lake Michigan defines our city, touching some five miles of our southern and eastern sides. Neshotah Park, a popular gathering place, provides several hundred yards of white-sand beach for swimmers, sunbathers, volleyball players and castle builders.
Our city also stands at the junction of two of the state's most scenic bicycle trails. On the 5-mile Mariner's Trail, you can ride north from Manitowoc in the lake's cooling breezes, just a few yards from the water.
Continue through Two Rivers and you pick up the Rawley Point Trail, which winds six miles through the pine and hemlock forest, all the way to the historic Rawley Point Lighthouse at Point Beach State Park.
The Point Beach State Forest forms Two Rivers' northern boundary. Its 2,900 acres of woods and sand dunes and six miles of unspoiled public beachfront attract thousand of visitors year-round.