Winter Series Two: Sledding and Tubing

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Part two of the Winter Series is focusing on Green Bay sledding and tubing hills with a few bonus hills throughout Wisconsin!  Sledding and tubing are as much of a classic winter pastime as ice skating and many children throughout the ages have enjoyed the thrill of speeding down a hill! Whether kids are on a sled in a park or a tube racing down a track, fun is had by all!! See below for local and not-so-local suggestions!

Know before you go!

  • All sledding/tubing hills are located in Green Bay, Wisconsin unless specifically noted.
  • COVID has brought many changes and it’s recommended to check if the business notated below is open for sledding this season.
  • This article is including sledding/tubing opportunities that are both in and outside of the Green Bay community; this is for future reference in non-COVID years. We recommend following CDC guidelines for traveling.

 

Pay-to-tube options:

Titletown (Facebook page) (masks still required, a waiver needs to be completed online before visiting the park. The waiver needs to be completed every time).

Triangle Sports Area (Facebook page)

Calumet County Park (Hilbert) (Facebook page)

Kewaunee Winter Park (Kewaunee) (Facebook page)

 

Free Green Bay Sledding Hills (parks):

Fireman’s Park

John Muir Park

Josten Park (Bellevue)

Meadowbrook Park (Howard)

Preble Park

Sand Acres Park (Ashwaubenon)

Suamico Elementary School

Triangle Hill/Sports Area

Waterford Park (Ashwaubenon)

Webster Park

Feel like exploring the state? Check out some of these other tubing opportunities:

Badlands Sno-Park (Hudson)

Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area (Neillsville)

Iverson Park Winter Sports Area (Stevens Point)

Nordic Mountain Ski, Snowboard, and Tubing area (Wild Rose)

Sunburst Winter Sports Park (Kewaskum)

 

If you missed my first post of my Winter Series (ice-skating), you can check it out here. Future Winter Series posts will include details on downhill skiing, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing! Get ready to enjoy Wisconsin winters!

Did we miss your favorite Green Bay Sledding Hill?  Let us know in the comments!!!

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Amanda Grovogel
Amanda was born and raised in Green Bay and returned to the area after graduating from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where she obtained her degree in psychology and business. Shortly after moving back to Green Bay, Amanda attended Silver Lake College where she completed the master's program in management and organizational behavior. Amanda works full time and when she is not caring for her family or being a focused employee, she enjoys running, biking, skiing and hiking. Amanda lives in Green Bay with her husband and two children. She and her husband look forward to teaching their daughters how to ski and bike and hope their children enjoy being active outdoors. Amanda loves that the Green Bay area has a lot to offer in terms of trail systems (great for biking, running, hiking and skiing!) and Green Bay is conveniently located to some great ski hills all within a few hours drive.

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