The Manitowoc Breakwater Lighthouse was constructed in 1839 at the entrance to the Manitowoc harbor. The lighthouse has undergone various changes and renovations through the years but still stands as a gleaming white beacon on the north side of the harbor
Schuette Park features over six miles of nature and fitness trails along the Manitowoc River, and a portion of the Ice Age Trail goes through the park. Cross-country skiing is also permitted in the winter. The Park has several pieces of outdoor fitness equipment, a kayak launch and a playground
Strand Adventures provides active fun for the whole family in a three-story, renovated theater. Choose from rock climbing, ninja gym, bounce houses, Laser Tag Arena, jungle gym and toddler area and more.
Conveniently located right along I-43, Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center is ready to teach you all about Wisconsin’s diverse agricultural history. They have over 10,000 square feet of educational and hands-on exhibits, plus the Land O’Lakes Birthing Barn, where you might just be able to witness
Mariners Trail is a six-mile paved path linking Manitowoc and Two Rivers. This walking and biking path runs right along Lake Michigan. In addition to the beautiful Lake Michigan views, stop to enjoy the sculptures, floral kaleidoscope and human sundial along the way. There are parking areas along