The East and West Twin Rivers combined make up the Twin Rivers Water Trail. The East Twin River offers views of the harbor, Lake Michigan and downtown area, while the West Twin River offers scenic views and the wetlands of Woodland Dunes.
Kayak the East or West Twin Rivers with a kayak rental from Klein Kayak Rentals. They rent sit-on-top single or tandem kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddleboards. Rental includes all necessary equipment, whistle and PFD. Waivers are signed at Klein’s Hardware Hank, and they will then bring the
Woodland Dunes consists of over 1,500 acres of forest, wetlands and prairies, offering a variety of bird and wildlife sightings. The property has seven miles of beautiful hiking trails, and a portion of the Ice Age Trail runs through the property. Trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset
Point Beach State Forest is a nearly 3,000-acres state forest that incorporates six miles of the Lake Michigan coast. The Park offers plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, swimming and winter activities such as cross-country skiing. It is also home to the Rawley Point Lighthouse
Two Rivers contains 15.7 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 Two Rivers portion of the Ice Age Trail includes the Dunes Segment (2.7 miles), the City of Two Rivers Segment
Experience an unforgettable day on Lake Michigan by booking a fishing charter. Lake Michigan offers a variety of salmon and trout. Two Rivers has many different fishing charters available, so find one that’s right for you. Fishing license is required. All the equipment is provided, so all you
The Rawley Point Trail is a six-mile, hard-packed limestone trail that connects Two Rivers and Point Beach State Forest. The trail is ideal for bicycles, walkers and joggers. The trail heads are Neshotah Park in Two Rivers and Point Beach State Forest. Concessions, restrooms, picnic facilities and