Lighthouse Inn Hotel
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Lighthouse Inn Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Lighthouse Inn Hotel Two Rivers
Travel Blogs from Two Rivers
... disappointing for Greg, as it was just what he had been waiting to see, but he managed to get an owners manual he wanted and a couple of parts! We stopped off and got fuel and then headed east towards Green Bay. The beautiful farms continued, with magnificent dairies being the most frequent sight, and it was like that all the way. The rain lifted within 50 kms (poor buggers at the Fair) and by the time we got to Green Bay it was fine and clear. We passed the ...
... wasn't a heart attack or broken bone. The blood tests and x-rays proved those.
We had supper at the restaurant in Jerry's and Kaye's hotel, "The Lighthouse Inn." The six of us (Grandma, Grandpa, Aunt Patty, Uncle Fran, Aunt Kaye, and I) all enjoyed our dinners together, conversing and having a good time. Uncle Jerry stayed in bed because he was really hurting. I tried parsley-crusted trout with ...
... been through everything now. I went out to the first sandbar, and I heard my ankles crack all the way out. It was knee deep out probably 40 or 50 yards out into the lake, then it started to get pretty deep.
When we returned to the camper we gave aunt patty the tour. Grandma, Patty, and Kaye sat reviewing their family history with the binder of information Leonard lent them. He ...
Once again it is a beautiful day in Two Rivers. The weather here has been low 60's to mid 70's the whole time. This morning (Saturday - I know I'm a day late) I rode my bike from camp to town (a five mile trip). I was wrong, by the way, the path is 5 miles from Point Beach to camp, and 5 miles from camp to town. I met my grandparents at the park (which is just at the end of the bike trail) for the family reunion.
... better than Perch, which was the fish I tried last year.
After dinner, my grandparents dropped me off with my bicycle to take the path back. So, the path travels from Point Beach to our campground to town. Boy, my legs are tired! The day is now ending as I'm sitting in the camper typing this. Some other highlights of today were going to the community center, visiting grandma's parents and grandparent's graves, and seeing the lake. ...