Explore the rich history and coast of Manitowoc on a Segway tour! Tours run about two hours and will give you an up-close view of the WWII submarine USS Cobia and the S.S. Badger car ferry when it’s in port.
Manitowoc contains 7.5 miles of the iconic thousand-mile Ice Age Trail, formed by an immense flow of glacial ice that left behind unique landscape features as the glacier retreated. The City of Manitowoc segment begins at the 4100 block of Broadway Avenue by the intersection of N Rapids Road and
Devil’s River State Trail is a scenic rail trail beginning in Manitowoc and running fourteen miles to the Village of Denmark, WI. The trail is great for hiking or biking in the summer months and cross-country skiing or snowmobiling in the winter. It is a great place to watch for wildlife or
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
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