A strong sense of Lake Michigan’s vibrant past as a fishing and shipping hub can be found in Two Rivers. Still active as a deep-water sport fishing port, Two Rivers captures the spirit of its heritage in several museum-like attractions. It also takes pride in being the birthplace of the ice cream sundae – invented here in 1881. For a taste of that frozen treat, stop at the Washington House – part museum and part soda fountain. For outdoor relaxation and recreation, sweeping sand beaches line the city’s shoreline.
Christmas Fantasy Parade
Wonderful small town charm enhances this wonderful holiday tradition! This event includes a "Living Windows" display and a fun way to kick off the season.
Rites of Spring: Fiber Frolic
New Holstein,Appleton,Neenah,Stockbridge,Valders,Malone,Fond du Lac,Sheboygan Falls,Cedar Grove,Two Rivers,Kaukauna
April 29 - May 01
Gas up your car, grab a fiber friend or two, stop for tea and a treat along the road and come frolic with new lambs and kids and the fabulous fiber they...
Alpaca Odyssey and Open House
Come to LondonDairy Alpacas and help us celebrate our new cria (baby alpacas). Our event helps 3 non-profits: the local food pantry, 4H alpaca project, and...
Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum
The only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production and printing of wood type. With 1.5 million pieces of wood type and more than 1,000 styles and...
Village Inn on the Lake
The Village Inn on the Lake is a comfortable oasis to everything on the lakeshore. Offering outstanding accommodations in our rooms, suites, and RV sites, and...
Point Beach State Forest
Point Beach offers 6 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, with dunes, a lighthouse, camping, and hiking, biking, skiing, nature, and snowmobile trails.