At Holy Family Memorial, we are dedicated to helping make our community healthier. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of healthy living resources. From bike trails to parks and farmer’s markets, we want to help you get active, eat healthy and support our community!
Mariners Trail – Walk, run, bike or roller blade along the longest, continuous, scenic view of Lake Michigan in the state.
Rawley Point Recreation Trail – A 6-mile trail connecting Point Beach State Forest, the historic Rawley Lighthouse and Two Rivers.
Woodland Dunes Nature Center & Preserve – Six trails are available to explore the 1,200 acres of woodlands, meadows and marshes. In winter, trails are open for cross-country skiing.
Manitowoc City Parks – With 37 parks, Manitowoc residents have access to more than 670 acres of public green space, trails, tennis courts, boat launches, pools and beaches.
Silver Creek Park – Hiking trails, beach access and an 18-hole disc golf course are available in this almost 72 acre park. Winter activities include sledding, tubing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Henry Schuette Park – The size of a football field, this park features playground equipment for children of all ages. It also includes 6 miles of hiking/biking trails, ski trails, fishing areas and a fitness course.
Shipwreck Adventures, LLC – Be active on the water with canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Manitowoc Farmer’s Market
Two Rivers Farmer's Market