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Manitowoc County Map with Rivers for Kayak

 

Ice Age Trail Manitowoc Segment

Lower Henry Schuette Park

3800 Broadway St.

Manitowoc

 

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Ice Age Trail National Scenic Trail

Two Rivers

 

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Ice Age Trail Dunes Segment

5000 Memorial Drive 

Two Rivers

 

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Twin Rivers Waterway offers multiple access points.

Seagull Marina

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Twin Rivers Waterway Harbor Park

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Twin Rivers Waterway 

Riverside Park

Veterans Park

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Twin Rivers Waterway Paddlers Park

Two Rivers, WI

More Info

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Twin Rivers Waterway Rogers Street Fishing Village

Two Rivers, WI

More Info

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Twin Rivers Waterway 

Two Rivers Harbor

Two Rivers, WI

More Info

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Woodland Dunes Kayak launch

3000 Hawthorne Ave

Two Rivers

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Scenic River Stop-N-Dock

Two Rivers

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West Twin River County Park

Two Rivers

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Shoto Conservation Club

Two Rivers

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Quiet lake, no gasoline motors allowed.

Kayak, Canoe, Paddle Board Launch

5904 Calumet Ave

Manitowoc

 

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Kayak, Canoe Launch

3800 Broadway St.

Manitowoc

 

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Launch kayaks, canoes, paddleboards

2618 Michigan Ave

Manitowoc

 

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Public Boat Launch

Canoe and Kayak Rental

425 Maritime Dr

Manitowoc

 

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Mariners Trail

Hiking, Biking, Walking, Blading, Jogging …

Beautiful, hard-surfaced recreational 7-mile trail running along Lake Michigan connects the cities of Manitowoc and Two Rivers, Wisconsin

Trail Map

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Rawley Point Trail

Hiking, Biking, Walking, Blading, Jogging …

The Rawley Point Recreational Trail has a hard-packed limestone base and connects Mariners Trail in Two Rivers with Point Beach State Forest.

Trail Info

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This trail is never dull or ordinary, as it has lots of switchbacks and quick turns. There are many quick small hills, and no long climbs or descents. There are a lot of well-built wooden features such as berms, whoops, bridges, and more. Due to being mostly singletrack, the trail is alway ridden in one direction.

Trail Info

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The Devil’s River State Trail stretches more than 14 miles, connecting the towns of Denmark, Maribel, Francis Creek and Kossuth in eastern Wisconsin.

Trail Link

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