Visitors are welcome to Winter Park in Kewaunee for the 2018-19 season and for a test run of its five-lane snow tubing hill. The ski/snowboarding hill will be temporarily closed until temperatures drop. “It’s all hands on deck to get this park ready each season, and we do our best to try to open as early as we can for visitors. Unfortunately, this year the mixed batch of weather from Mother Nature is creating a bit of a setback for skiers and snowboarders,” said Dave Myers, Kewaunee County promotion and recreation director. “We hope to have the park up and running in its entirety soon, so stay tuned for that announcement.”
The tubing rates are $8 per person for a two-hour pass, or $35 for a two-hour tubing pass for a family of five. Tube use is free.
The Kewaunee County Promotions & Recreation Department asks that visitors check the Winter Park – Kewaunee County Facebook page or call 920.388.7199 before traveling to Winter Park to make sure that conditions are good enough for the park to be open.
The Winter Park Association is looking for weekend volunteers for the upcoming season to help with ski and snowboarding lessons and selling concessions. If interested, contact Barry Nelson at 920.388.3738.
For more information on rates and hours of operation, visit visitkewaunee.com or find Winter Park on Facebook.