- Open Air Shelters
- Playground Areas
Miracles Park (formerly known as Dewey Street Park) is a neighborhood park where you can gather with friends and family. The 26.51 acre park contains the Regional X-sports compleX skate park, the Goodwill NCW Miracle Field of Dreams, a ball diamond, a soccer field, and a concession stand with public restrooms. Miracles Park also features Manitowoc's first fully-accessible playground with a wheelchair swing platform, bongos, and rubber surfacing. The playground project is a joint venture between the City of Manitowoc and the Miracle League of the Lakeshore. A vehicle entrance to the park along with a small parking lot can be found off of South 35th Street.
Reservations for rental facilities, such as the concession stand or open air shelter, may be booked online, by telephone with a credit card, or in person no earlier than one year (365 days) in advance of the date to be rented. A signed rental agreement and payment of all fees and deposits is required at the time of booking.
ab, call the Parks Office at (920) 686-3580 (Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 4:00pm), or visit the office located in City Hall's Engineering Department on 900 Quay St.
To reserve a ball diamond or tennis court, contact the Recreation Division at (920) 686-3060.
The Miracle League of the Lakeshore, a Wisconsin unicorporated non-profit association, operating as a program of Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin, constructed a baseball diamond facility that is accessible to, and usable by, people with special needs and physical limitations. A grand opening for the ball diamond was held on June 14, 2014. The project is expected to be completed in three phases (1 - Miracle League Field, 2 - Accessible Playground, and 3 - Bathroom Addition/Renovation). For use of the rubberized ball diamond, please contact the Recreation Division at 920-686-3060.
Goodwill NCW Miracle League Field of Dreams - June 2015
Manitowoc Youth Baseball Association (MYBA) Ball Diamond
With the assistance of the Manitowoc Youth Baseball Association (MYBA), construction was completed in 2018 on a baseball diamond on the west side of the park.