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!


  • 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.



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

Little Chute

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


  • 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.


  • 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


  • 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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7 thoughts on “Where to go sledding in Northeast Wisconsin?”

  1. 12/23/2014 Is there any snow, and sledding areas in the Fox Valley ? My Grand children are up here from Texas and want to play in the snow. We live in Fond du Lac.

  2. Just visited Fritsch Park and Reid today. Edge to Reid as it is easier walking up a packed slope than the not so packed Menasha Park. Hidden jumps at Menasha are also fun for a teen but scary for children and unexpecting dads 🙂
    More snow at Reid as well and less windy. LOTS of fun today thought!

  3. I love this stuff, thank you. It would also be great if the address were a hyperlink for Google maps. Or at least copy pastable.

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