Introduction to Two Rivers, Wisconsin
Two Rivers History
Two Rivers was named because of its location between the East Twin River and the West Twin River. Native Americans originally inhabited this area. Two Rivers is the birthplace of the ice cream sundae.
Two Rivers and nearby Attractions
- Fairview Golf Course
- Point Beach State Forest
- Historic Farm Museum
- Historic Rogers Street Fishing Village Museum
- Neshotah Park
- Rogers Street Fishing Village
Things To Do In Two Rivers
The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum, the Two Rivers History Museum, the Historic Farm Museum, the Historic Washington House and the Rogers Street Fishing Village are all accessible from Two Rivers. Neshotah Park and Point Beach State Forest offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities. The Fairview Golf Course is nearby. Local celebrations include the Ethnic Festival, Rogers Street Days, Applefest and Oktoberfest.
Two Rivers Transportation
Austin Straubel International is the nearest major aiport.
Two Rivers Higher Education
Lakeland College, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and Saint Norbert College are all nearby.