Two Rivers Harbor and Neshotah Park

This harbor setting is a great place to look for unusual gulls, diving ducks and more. Using the Mariners and Rawley’s Point hiking and biking trails, you can travel to both Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Point Beach State Forest from here. Long-tailed ducks, mergansers, and several other duck species are common in the harbor. In winter, boat traffic keeps the harbor from freezing over providing sanctuary for many unusual species of gulls.

Directions: The harbor is in downtown Two Rivers. Neshotah Park is just north of the harbor on Zlatnik Drive between 17th and 22nd Streets along the lake.

Two Rivers Harbor & Neshotah Park map

Gazetteer: Page 56, C-4 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 73, D-6 (10th edition).

Phone: 920/683-4530.

Web site: Two Rivers Attractions | Neshotah Park

Signature species: Waterfowl and shorebirds.

Rare Species: Greater Black-backed, Glaucous, Iceland, and Thayers Gulls.

Seasonality: Open all year.

Parking: Parking lot.

Nearest food & lodging: Two Rivers.