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Located in beautiful Washington Park. It may get a little slippery. There is a trail leading up to it.
Please bring your own pen. Please use stealth as people in the park may be able to spot you.
Congrats go again to SuperAnn21 to be First to Find!
This is on the site of former Washington High School. Before i ever moved here. What is that small building left over? Concession stand? Ticket booth?
Here some facts
During the 1930s and 1940s, Washington High's facilities were used for summer training by a number of professional football teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles, the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Columbus Bullies and the Chicago Rockets. 
In 1976, the Washington High chess team won the United States national high school chess tournament. They had won the Wisconsin high school championship for four years running.
In April 2000, after a three-year battle, a referendum narrowly passed to demolish Washington and replace it with a new school, later named Two Rivers High School in 2002. Advocates of the demolition (including the school board) claimed that rehabilitation would be too expensive; Washington supporters claimed that the figures were being manipulated, and that the real goal was to move the high school to a more suburban setting ("a cornfield on the edge of town") outside the historical center of Two Rivers.
The first public school in Two Rivers was built in 1866 for $5,000 at the site of the current city hall and named the H.P. Hamilton School. In 1905, it was moved to the back of the lot and a new, red brick high school was built for $80,000. It was also named the H.P. Hamilton School and would eventually become City Hall. Several years before the Community House renovation, the city debated tearing down that old building. They decided to do extensive remodeling instead. Today, the two buildings gaze upon one another across the historic Central Park
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Last Updated: on 10/27/2013 5:57:41 PM Pacific Daylight Time (12:57 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum