7+ Wintry Wisconsin Hills for Snow Tubing!

Snow tubing can provide an adventurous afternoon for your family. There are many hills within two hours of Appleton and the Fox Cities that range widely in run height and length and some make their own snow for when winter isn’t cooperative.

You’ll find options that take you to ski hills or your neighborhood hill. 

Don’t own your own snow tube? Not to worry! Many of these venues have tubes to rent right there.

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  • Go Early – Popular tubing places tend to be busy on perfect winter days
  • Bundle Up – As with any winter activity, bundle up in many layers
  • Consider hand and feet warmers!
  • Use the bathroom beforehand – getting unbundled for a bathroom visit is just no fun for anyone.
  • Bring a thermos of hot chocolate and plenty of water.
  • Tube safely: Face forward, follow hill rules regarding riders per tube and height regulations.
  • Ensure that your personal inflatable tube is a winter snow tube and not a summer water tube!
  • Hills with a * make their own snow!
Ariens Hill Tubing Hill
Ariens Hill Tubing Hill at Titletown District in Green Bay

Where to Go Tubing Within Two Hours of the Fox Valley

1. Titletown – Ariens Hill*

The tubing hill at Titletown has three runs and stairs to return to the top, while tubes return on an automated system. Riders must be 42 inches or taller, and those 13 and younger need to have a parent present. They make their own snow, so the hill is available nearly all winter long. Complete your waiver ahead of time!

2. Triangle Sports Area 

This 80-foot hill with four tube lanes located in Baird Creek Parkway is tubes-only, which makes it a perfect spot for a first-time tuber. No personal tubes may be used at the hill, and one or two riders are allowed per tube. There’s a hands-free tow rope you ride back up in your tube. You’ll also find a heated chalet with bathrooms and concessions. 

  • Travel Specs: 38 minutes | 38.4 miles
  • Address: 500 Beverly Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • Phone: 920-391-3670 for current conditions
  • Hours
    • Thursday & Friday 4:30 – 8 pm
    • Saturday & Sunday 12 – 8 pm
    • Additional Holiday/Winter Break Hours
  • Admission

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3. Winter Park

About an hour west of Appleton, Winter Park in Kewaunee has a 70-foot hill that’s sure to be a blast for your family. This hill offers six different tube runs that measure over 450 long! There’s a tow rope that pulls you back to the top. Winter Park has a heated chalet with bathrooms. You can also cross-country ski, sled, and ice skate here! Note: the ski hill will be closed for the 2022/2023 season.

  • Travel Specs: 58 minutes | 54.8 miles
  • Address: N3787 Ransom Moore Lane, Kewaunee, Wisconsin
  • Phone: 920-388-7199 for current conditions
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  • Hours:
    • Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
    • Sunday 11 am – 5 pm 
  • Admission: See website for current pricing. They do offer a family discount.

4. Nordic Mountain*

Nordic Mountain Tubing Park has a 100-foot hill that runs 1500 feet and a magic carpet conveyor lift. Snow tubing tickets are required for a tube and lift pass. Tube riders must be 42 inches tall. Families can form trains to ride down.
Fill out a waiver in advance to save time at the hill. 

5. Iverson Park Winter Sports Area

Snow sled and saucer runs allow tubes at this park. There is one run that is designated for kids 6 and under. There are steps to return up the hill but no tow rope is available. We recommend checking the website prior to heading out. Park is closed if the air temperature or wind chill is -15 or lower. 

  • Travel Specs: 1 hour, 7 minutes | 68 miles
  • Address: 2442 Simms Avenue, Stevens Point, Wisconsin
  • Phone: 715-346-1531
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  • Hours: Open during regular park hours sunrise to 11 pm
    • Warming lodge and staff on site: 
      • Friday 6 – 9 pm
      • Saturday 12 – 8 pm
      • Sunday 12 – 5 pm
  • Admission: FREE! (Bring your own snow tube)

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6. Sunburst Winter Sports Park

40+ chutes. 90-foot drop. Speeds up to 30mph. Head out to Sunburst and experience the thrill of the World’s Largest Tubing Hill!

Multiple runs and a magic carpet conveyor to return to the top of the hill. Tube riders must be 42” tall, and only single riders are permitted. Chains of three tubes are allowed by holding tube leashes. Complete your waivers ahead to save time at the hill.

  • Travel Specs: 1 hour, 12 minutes | 68.9 miles
  • Address: 8355 Prospect Drive, Kewaskum, Wisconsin
  • Phone: 262-626-8404
  • Hours:
    • Tuesday – Thursday: 4 – 8 pm
    • Friday & Saturday: 9:30 am – 9:30 pm
    • Sunday: 9:30 am – 7 pm
    • See website for special holiday hours
  • Admission: See website for current pricing

7. Sylvan Hill Park 

This Wausau snow tubing park has six runs and two tow ropes on two hills that are 133 and 120 feet. Only single riders are permitted on tubes, and all riders must be 42 inches or taller. No personal tubes may be used. There is a large chalet with a fireplace, bathroom, and concessions. Rentals are available.

  • Travel Specs: 1 hour, 43 minutes | 105 miles
  • Address: 1329 Sylvan Street, Wausau, Wisconsin
  • Phone: 715-573-2424
  • Dates: Saturday, December 10, 2022, through Sunday, March 5, 2023, snow conditions permitting
  • Hours:
    • Friday 6 – 9:30 pm
    • Saturday 1:30 – 5 pm and 6 – 9:30 pm (2 sessions)
    • Sunday 1:30 – 5 pm 
    • See website for holiday hours
  • Admission

8. Other No Tow Rope Tubing Hills

  • Wanick Choute Park Hill, Sherwood – Have your own tube? You can bring your own tube to Wanick Hill! There is no tow rope and this hill doesn’t have a fee. The hill is open during normal park hours.
  • Oconto Falls Tubing Hill, Oconto Falls – Oconto Falls Tubing Hill is another place where you can bring your own tube (no plastic sleds). There is a tow rope here and admission is free! The hours are 1 pm – 4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Hill 17 at Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek – On the golf course on Peninsula State Park, the number 17 fairway is a favorite sledding spot! Bring your own tubes and sleds. Warning, this hill is steep!
  • Grignon Park, Kaukauna – This park right in Kaukauna offers a fun sledding hill! There is no tow rope and has no fee. Bring your own tubes and sleds for some winter fun for snow tubing in the Fox Valley. 

Editor’s Note: Calumet County Park Tubing Hill – No Tubing in 2024

A great tubing hill closer to the Fox Cities! There is a hill with a tow rope for use with park tube rentals and a second hill with no tow rope that you can use your own sleds and other non-inflatable devices. No personal tubes allowed on either hill. The Coffee Tree Lodge is open when the hill is open with refreshments and snacks. Make sure to phone ahead to check on snow conditions!

  • Travel Specs: 28 minutes | 19 miles
  • Address: N6150 County EE, Hilbert, Wisconsin
  • Phone: 920-849-1494 for current conditions
  • Hours:
    • Weekends 11 am – 4 pm 
  • Admission: Visit website for current tube rental prices, no personal tubes allowed.

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