Red Arrow Park
- Boat Launching
- Dogs Allowed
- Grilling (Frying)
- Open Air Shelters
- Playground Areas
- Walking / Hiking
Red Arrow Park abuts Lake Michigan and offers many recreational amenities, such as a handicap-accessible lakefront and beach walkway. Approximately 7.23 acres of 19.77 acres of parkland is conservancy area. The conservancy area consists of a narrow strip of land running south approximately 2,800 feet along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
A boat ramp is located at the east end of Green Street, and there is parking area nearby. This ramp is intended for small watercraft.
Current park facilities include:
- little league diamonds with bleachers
- children’s playground equipment
- unguarded swimming area and beach
- off-street parking spaces
- four unlighted tennis courts
- scenic vista
- small watercraft launch with parking area
- open air shelter
- concession stand/open air shelter
Red Arrow Conservancy Map
General Park Rules
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.
On June 28, 2018, Mayor Justin M. Nickels, with Command Sergeant Major (retired) Ed Hansen, President of Friends of Red Arrow Park, Inc. observing, signed an agreement with the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command to bring a M1917A4 155 mm Howitzer to Red Arrow Park. This type of cannon was used by the 32nd Division during World War I and again during World War II. The Howitzer was placed on the concrete pad near the entrance to the park. The cannon was previously located in front of the Armory in Two Rivers.
The M1917A4 was displayed until late fall of 2018 at which time it was moved to a shop for complete restoration over winter. The cannon returned to the park in early spring of 2019. Signage will be displayed telling the history of the Howitzer and its connection to the 32nd Infantry Division and to the local Red Arrow soldiers who served during WWII.
RAMPP IT UP! (Red Arrow Memorial Park Project)
Plans are currently underway for the placement of a memorial on the south side of the park honoring the Red Arrow 32nd Infantry Division.
Bricks and memorial trees are great ways to honor and remember your favorite veteran (from any service or any era, including the Red Arrow 32nd Infantry Division) or to show the community that you or your company support veterans and the memorial at Red Arrow Park. Contact the Friends of Red Arrow (VFW 659) at (920) 901-0791 or click on a link below for more information
Brick order form
Memorial tree order form