Are you starting to feel some cabin fever this winter in Green Bay? Looking for a way to get outside with friends and family and have some fun? Then you should try a day of sledding! Green Bay has numerous sledding hills that people of all ages can enjoy! Here are some of the best!
Ariens Hill at Titletown
If you haven’t yet already, you need to try the newest tubing hill in Green Bay, the Ariens Hill at Titletown! Located in the shadow of Lambeau Field, this 46-foot hill is 300 feet long and is a blast for everyone! Admission tickets required and there is a height minimum. Check out their website for more details!
Another great sledding hill is located at Josten Park in nearby Bellevue. This hill has tons of space and will even host a family sledding event on February 7th! There will be sledding, music, hot chocolate, a bonfire and more! Learn more, here!
For years, Fireman’s Park, located off Mason St. In Green Bay, has been a great place for kids of all ages to come and enjoy some wintertime fun! They have designated sledding areas and smaller hills located away from the street for toddlers and young children. Learn more, here!
In nearby Howard, Meadowbrook Park is another great place to get in a day of sledding and tubing. Plus, they even have lighting for sledding until 10 p.m. in case you get there late! Located at 670 Hillcrest Heights, Howard.
Sand Acres Park
In Ashwaubenon, Sand Acres Park is another great park with a fun sledding hill for families and children to get some sledding in! The hill is safe, spacious and, most importantly, fun! Located at 3605 S. Ridge Road, Ashwaubenon.
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