Tubing is a fun winter activity for kids of all ages! Tubing takes sledding to the next level. Check out our tips on how to have a great time with these 4 tubing hills in Northeast Wisconsin.
- 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
- Use the Bathroom Before – try to go to the bathroom before you start
Places to Go Tubing
Triangle Sports Area – Green Bay
This 80-foot hill located in Baird Creek Parkway is tubes-only which makes it a perfect spot for a first time tuber. There’s a tow rope you ride back up in your tube. The hill also has a heated chalet complete with bathrooms. The rope ticket is only $3.50 and renting a tube is $2.50. This would be a great first place to go tubing!
Calumet County Park Tubing Hill – Chilton
A great tubing hill closer to the Fox Cities! This hill is open 11 am – 4 pm on weekends during favorable conditions. The cost to rent a tube is $6 per person + a deposit. No outside tubes are allowed.
Before heading out, make sure you call 920-849-1994 or check their Facebook page to make sure they’re open!
Winter Park – Kewaunee
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.
Winter Park is open Saturdays 10 am – 8 pm and Sundays 11 am – 5 pm. Admission is $8 a person for 2 hours or $35 for a family pass.
Navarino Hills – Shiocton
Navarino Hills is located about 30 minutes northwest of Appleton has tons of winter activities and has its own tubing park. The tubing hill has a tow rope and they make fresh snow. When more than 50 people are on a lift, a second will open. Tubing costs $7/hour or $15 for three hours. The hills are open Fridays 4 pm – 8 pm, Saturdays 10 am – 8 pm, and Sundays 10 am – 5 pm. They have a special offer for tubers: Fridays all you can tube 4 pm – 8 pm and Saturday night 4 pm – 8 pm for $10 a person.
An indoor chalet provides you a chance to warm up and use the restrooms during your day of winter fun. Navarino Hills offers special rates for groups so consider this spot for a winter birthday party.
TIP: Save time by printing their tube release form ahead of time on their rates page.
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. There is a tow rope here and admission is free! The hours are 1pm-4pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Hill 17 at Peninsula State Park – Fish Creek
On the golf course on Peninsula State Park, number 17 fairway is a favorite sledding spot! Bring your own tubes and sleds. Warning, this hill is steep!
Grinon 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!