Nature Manitowoc
Gardens & Nature Manitowoc Two Rivers

Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center
Business Description:
The Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center is a state-of-the-art, interactive agricultural education center located in Manitowoc County. Farm Wisconsin connects visitors' curiosity to the wonder of Wisconsin farming and provides guests with a better understanding of their food sources and their importance. The center features 10,000 square feet of hands-on learning opportunities, and a birthing barn where visitors may watch calves being born daily and a Farm House Store.
Manitowoc Lincoln Park Zoo
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The Manitowoc Zoo has just under 200 animals, including 2 rescue cougar cubs adopted in 2014, black bear, bald eagle, snow leopard, wolves, bison and prairie dogs.   The education building features reptiles, amphibians, tropical birds and interactive learning.   Enjoy the playground, activity trail and picnic areas on zoo grounds. Located in beautiful Lincoln Park. The Lincoln Park Zoological Society helps sponsor zoo events and activities. Find them at www.manitowoczoologicalsociety.org/blog/. (free/suggested donation)
Mariners Trail and Rawley Point Recreation Trail
Business Description:
This 6-mile paved, recreational trail is the longest, continuous, scenic view of Lake Michigan in the state of Wisconsin! Hike, bike, walk, or roller blade down this scenic coastline between Manitowoc and Two Rivers. From the south you can pick up the trail in historic downtown Manitowoc at the 8th Street Bridge. You'll pass scenic overlooks, craggy coves and wide beaches, gift shops, restaurants and motels. With over 30 flower gardens,  sculptures, and beautiful views, this will become one of your favorite trails!

Follow the signs through downtown Two Rivers for about a mile to reach the Rawley Point Recreation Trail connecting Point Beach State Forest, the historic Rawley Point Lighthouse, and Two Rivers. The Rawley Point Recreational Trail has a hard-packed limestone base and connects Two Rivers with Point Beach State Forest. The six-mile trail winds through pine and hemlock forests, dunes and fields.
Silver Creek Park
Business Description:
One of Manitowoc's finest parks, Silver Creek Park is set on the shore of Lake Michigan with a creek running through and scenic overviews. It consists of 71.74 acres and boasts several unique features such as rolling topography, rural-like wooded public areas, and a winter sports area. A challenging 18-hole disc golf course is located in the park.

There are lots of hiking trails in the park, a beautiful bridge spanning the creek and beach access as well as plenty of parking. The winter sports area includes large sledding and tubing hills that are easy to get to, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing opportunities.
Woodland Dunes Nature Center
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Hike seven miles of scenic trails through varied landscapes, from open marshes to dense conifer forests. Explore our Butterfly garden, climb the observation tower, join in bird hikes and kayak from the end of Cattail Trail. 
Steinie’s Water Gardens
Business Description:
Stop in at Steinie’s Water Gardens and take a tour of our 9,000 sq ft of greenhouses, experience the pond life with our many different colored Koi and Goldfish!

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