This four-mile road course is considered as one of the world’s premier circuits. Over 450 events are held annually at Road America, often running multiple activities on the same day incorporating the 4-mile track, the interior Road America Motorplex and the beautiful grounds surrounding the facility.
The Manitowoc County Amateurs are modeled after a city team that played their first season in 1896. The current Amateurs Base Ball Club competes against other state clubs including the Greenbush Dead Citys. With its unkempt home field, underhand pitching and no gloves, the scores can be extremely high. After the game, visitors are encouraged to join the players in practicing the vintage style game!
The Two Rivers Polar Bears is a semi-professional baseball organization with a long-standing tradition in Two Rivers, dating back to the 1930's. The team was reactivated in 2002 and are committed to providing quality to their community while keeping it affordable for their fans. Game admission is always free and concession prices remain as one of the most affordable nights on the Lakeshore for the family!
Take 'em out to the ballgame! The A’s currently draw about 10,000 people a year, at the semi-pro venue of Wildwood Baseball Park. Check out aspiring and former professional ballplayers, and cheer for the home team. The ticket office opens approximately one hour prior to all home games. Children under the age of five get admitted for free.
Historic base ball at Wade House is the re-creation of the styles, speech, rules and terminology of the 1860s game. It's not only a competitive game, but also a re-enactment of baseball life. With its unkempt field, underhand pitching and no gloves, the games historical details enjoyed by both players and fans. Take a horse-drawn wagon ride to the field and and cheer for some old-fashioned offense!