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Attractions near Fox Hills Resort.

 

 
 Area Attractions

Mishicot

Andercraft Woods – Manufactures of Northern White Cedar feeders, houses, planters, and nativity stables.  Showroom and factory outlet open daily. 920-755-4289

RiverEdge Galleries – Houses an ever-changing array of unique art and original paintings by leading Wisconsin and national artists.  Seasonal hours. 920-755-4777

Riverwalk Trail – This paved and lights ¼ mile trail follows the east Twin River in the Village Park.

Farmers Market – Held late May to mid-October, Wednesdays from 7am to noon, Mishicot Village Hall parking lot.  920-755-2525

Two Rivers

Historic Washington House – Visit an 1850’s immigrant hotel with original barroom and a ballroom sporting rare early American murals.  In memory of the invention of the ice cream sundae in Two Rivers in 1881, Ed Berners’ Ice Cream parlor serves sundaes, cones and fountain sodas.  Seasonal hours. 920-793-2490

Roger Street Fishing Village MuseumProvides a historical record of the early fishing industry in Two Rivers, featuring an 1886 lighthouse.  Seasonal hours.  920-793-5905

Two Rivers History Museum – Housed in a beautiful 1902 convent, the museum offers a variety of ethnic, civic, religious, and social displays, along with changing art and seasonal exhibits in the Community room.  Seasonal hours. 920-793-1103

Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum – The world’s only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production, and printing of wood type.  920-793-6272

Woodland Dunes Nature CenterA 1200-acre wildlife sanctuary, home to hundreds of species of plants and animals.  More than 6 miles of nature trails, an interpretive center, butterfly garden, naturalist-led programs, folk music concerts, and gift shop.  Seasonal hours.  920-793-4007

London Dairy Alpacas – See the Alpacas and the items made from their soft fiber.  Educational and unique.  Please call ahead for tours or visits.  920-793-4165

Manitowoc

Wisconsin Maritime Museum - Wisconsin's largest maritime museum offers guided tours of an authentic World War II submarine, the USS Cobia, and features a gallery dedicated to Wisconsin-built recreational boats, hands-on activities in the Children's Waterways Room and Little Lakefarer's Room, and a working triple-expansion marine steam engine.  Open daily.  920-684-0218

Rahr-West Art Museum - First built as a Victorian mansion in 1891, the museum features changing exhibitions and an important collection of contemporary American art.  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Open daily.  920-683-4501

Lincoln Park Zoo - Features fish, birds and animals native to the North Woods.  Beautiful wooded park setting with picnic areas, a children's playground, and a barn with farm animals, butterfly wildflower garden and Japanese rock garden.  Seasonal hours, free admission.  920-683-4685

Capitol Civic Centre - Vintage 1921 restored vaudeville house featuring professional touring artists, Broadway shows, music, theaters and dance.  920-683-2184

S.S. Badger Carferry - The 410-foot carferry takes vehicles and passengers across Lake Michigan from Manitowoc to Ludington, Michigan.  Trips from mid-May to October.  888-227-7447

Beerntsen’s Confectionery - An old-fashioned ice cream parlor that makes homemade candies and hand-dipped chocolates.  Open daily.  920-684-9616

Manitowoc County

Devil’s River State Recreation Trail – Eight miles of our newest multipurpose trail is now open from Rockwood Road to Greenstreet Road.  Year round access for walking, running, bicycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.  Dogs on leash are allowed.  www.manitowoc-county.com

Mariners Trail - 6 miles of paved lakeshore trail joining Manitowoc and Two Rivers.  Designed for bicyclists, walkers, joggers and roller bladers.  www.marinerstrail.net

Point Beach State Park and Forest - 3000 acres of nature: 6 miles of sand-ridged beach on Lake Michigan shores, campsites, cabins, hiking and biking trails, hunting and swimming.  Snowmobiling and cross country skiing in the winter.  Open year round.  920-794-7480

Pinecrest Historical Village - An open-air museum interpreting village life from 1850 to 1900.  Historical characters and a new digital audio tour will bring to life over 25 beautifully restored historical buildings.  Located just 3 miles west of I-43 on County Road JJ.  www.mchistsoc.org

Point Beach Energy Center - Exciting displays featuring the history of electricity and electrical power generation through the use of nuclear energy, fossil fuels and renewable resources.  Handicap accessible.  800-880-8463

Ice Age Trail – More than 12,000 years ago, glaciers sculpted a unique landscape across Wisconsin.  Discover this glaciation on the 1000-mile Ice Age Trail through Woodland Dunes Nature Center, along the upper East Twin River and into Point Beach State Forest for a beach stroll along the glacier’s major feature, Lake Michigan.  www.iceagetrail.org

Kewaunee County

Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery – Specializes in wines made from grapes grown on our frozen tundra.  Guided tours May-October.  www.parallel44.com

von Stiehl Winery – The road less traveled leads to the von Stiehl Winery-thirty varieties of wine-tour arched limestone cellars.  A high quality product at a value price makes von Stiehl Winery an absolute “must” stop destination.  Open daily.  800-955-5208  www.vonStiehl.com