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Best things to do in Two Rivers

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“There are lots of beaches, but this is the only one you should go to if you want to "go to the beach." Groomed daily, volleyball nets, concessions, and often entertainment. It's tons of fun.”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“Hamilton was a big name for Two Rivers. They did a lot to develop their industry and support this community. At one time making Wood Type Letters for printing was their specialty- , the company evolved to engineer many other things however the Wood Type has been preserved and continued as a medium through the support and development of the Hamilton Wood Type Museum. ”
3 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Machut's Supper Club is a classic that holds the same charms today that they did back when. I have fond memories growing up, sometimes going there for Thanksgiving or Easter and having a family style feast, or when relatives were in town maybe we would all go gather out to eat and [the adults] have cocktails. It was always a treat and we always enjoyed it, AND, all the things that I loved about it and remembered most are still there today including the aroma's of baked & fried seafood, & baked potatoes wafting out each time the kitchen doors swings open. Scott is a pleasant host and bartender and you would most likely have a very enjoyable experience and dinner. ”
5 locals recommend
Department Store
“An original department store still in operation under the founding family with "other people's shops" blended in, including The Red Apple educational toys and games, and The Red Bank Coffeehouse. ”
5 locals recommend
Aquarium
“Woodland Dunes Nature Center manages and preserves over 1,300 acres with over 7 miles of trails through the marsh, meadows and wooden ridges. Around 260 species of birds have been recorded, including 36 species of warblers. Environmental education programs are offered throughout the year for adults and youth. Hours of Operation The Nature Center is open Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. From April to October, the building is open on Saturdays as well from 9am-12pm. The trails and outdoor facilities are open dawn to dusk. Admission is free but donations are appreciated.”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Some Organic Produce & a small stretch of Healthy/Organic Products. Decent Alcoholic Beverage Selection. ”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Great ambiance and decor, paired with awesome mexican food and lots of beer.”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“Established in 1904 this local favorite features some German beers on tap that can't be found elsewhere for hundreds of miles. Great atmosphere and pub food.”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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2 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
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“Best and original ice cream sundae sold here for the last century. Excellent museum too.”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“The pizza is excellent, and their steak with roasted potatoes and garlic bread is to die for. Large selection of draft and bottled beers as well as cocktails, wines etc..”
3 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Great place for classic italian dishes, fish and bruschetta are to die for, centrally located.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Lodging
“Its always nice to dine at The Lighthouse Inn with the stunning views of the lake right outside the big bold windows. Casual fine dining with great seafood and salad selections [I never order steak when I go out so I can't comment on the beef but I would expect it is just as satisfying as the seafood]. We have always had good service here as well. Friendly and welcoming. ”
2 locals recommend