Where to go sledding in Northeast Wisconsin?

Sledding at Reid Golf Course Appleton
Sledding at Reid Golf Course, Appleton

The following includes a list of sledding hills in the Fox Valley area. They are grouped by geographical area and some include details. If we missed your favorite spot just comment below!

Appleton

  • Prairie Hill Park – 2901 N. Abendroth Street, Grand Chute
  • Arrowhead Park – 5000 Aster Lane, Grand Chute (small hill)
  • Appleton Memorial Park – 1620 East Witzke Boulevard, Appleton
  • Erb Park – 1800 N Morrison St, Appleton
  • Reid Municipal Golf Course – 1100 East Fremont Street, Appleton
    • Sledding is on the north side of Fremont. The sledding hill is into the bowl to the east of the pro shop. Good for small and older kids.
  • Arbutus Park – 431 West Atlantic Street, Appleton
    The hill is on the south side of the park – this is a steep hill.

Editor’s Note: Sledding is currently closed at Plamann County Park due to construction. Learn More.

  • Plamann County Park – 1375 East Broadway Drive, Appleton
    Sledding is north of the large shelter.

Neenah

Menasha

  • Clovis Park – 1000 Visgro Street, Menasha
  • Fritsch Park – 1651 Sandys Ln, Menasha

Little Chute

  • Van Lieshout Park – 721 W. Elm Drive, Little Chute

Kaukauna

  • Grignon Park (Mount Misery) – 800 Augustine Street, Kaukauna
    This is a huge hill! Great for older kids and some exercise.
  • White City Park – 900 Wilson Street, Kaukauna
    This is a smaller, wider hill.

Kimberly

  • Sunset Park – 426 West Kimberly Avenue, Kimberly

Combined Locks

  • Memorial Park/Fries Recreational Area – 405 Wallace Street, Combined Locks
    The recreation area is next to Janssen Elementary School and across the street from St. Paul Paul Catholic Church.

Calumet County/Sherwood

  • Wanick Choute Park Hill – W4690 Castle Drive, Sherwood
  • Calumet County Park Tubing Hill – N6150 Cty EE, Chilton
    Call (920)849-1994 for hours of operation – tube rental and towing has a fee

Oshkosh

  • Red Arrow Park (Garbage Hill) – 100 N. Westfield Street, Oshkosh (On Taft St., next to the water park)
  • Westhaven Park – 1625 Westhaven Drive, Oshkosh

Green Bay

  • Josten Park – Bellevue
    Awesome hill with lots of room to spread out.
  • Fireman’s Park – Mason St., Green Bay
    For toddlers check out the smaller hill away from the road.
  • Meadowbrook Park – 670 Hillcrest Heights, Howard
    A great safe place to sled. Lighted for night sledding until 10 pm.
  • Sand Acres Park – 3605 S. Ridge Road, Ashwaubenon

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