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Wilmot Mountain: Ski, Snowboard & Snow Tubing Area

(262) 862-2301

Hours:

See listed website for open dates and hours.

*** Wilmot is now EPIC! 2016-2017 Season Passes Now Available! Many options are available including the Epic Local Pass or the Epic Pass. ***

Wisconsin’s place for winter fun: downhill skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, family fun, entertainment and more! 

As long as temperatures are consistently low enough, Wilmot Mountain makes its own snow. Before visiting, please see listed website for current conditions.

The Wilmot Mountain Snow Tubing Facility is located at 12301 Fox River Rd, south of the main Wilmot Mountain entrance. It features over 1,000 feet of tubing, over 25 lanes, conveyors to bring you back up the hill, full kitchen, full bar, multi-level seating areas, and more! This area, which initially opened during the 2011-2012 winter, has its own hours; see listed website for details.

Wilmot Mountain's Winter Wonderland is a ski-play area for children ages 4 to 9 years old. Winter Wonderland incorporates games with ski fundamentals that teach balance and build confidence. Specially trained instructors closely supervise the activities. Parents are free to pursue their own fun, confident that their children are learning the basics in a fun safe environment.  

Wilmot Mountain opened in 1938. Free Wi-Fi is available at Wilmot Mountain. 

Read about the snow tubing experience of our Kenosha Area Convention & Visitor's Bureau employees here (in 2012) and here (in 2014).

8/24/16 Update: This winter, when chairlifts begin to turn at Wilmot Mountain, skiers and snowboarders will be able to enjoy the $13 million worth of improvements made this summer by new owner Vail Resorts. Marking the most significant one-time influx of capital improvements in Wilmot Mountain’s 79-year history, Vail Resorts is ensuring that the entire guest experience is re-imagined for the upcoming season, from new lifts and restaurants to expanded snowmaking and an enhanced beginner area and terrain park.

Vail Resorts has been busy this summer with $13 million in capital improvements at Wilmot Mountain that will encompass every aspect of the guest experience, from the terrain and lifts, to base area facilities and snowmaking technology. The improvements currently underway to upgrade and modernize Wilmot Mountain include:

  • New Lifts. Three new four-person chairlifts are currently replacing existing lifts. Towers and chairs have arrived from Colorado and all tower and terminal footings have been poured. The towers are currently being erected and terminal steel is arriving at the resort daily. These three new chairs, combined with a new high-speed rope tow in the terrain park and two new surface conveyor lifts in the beginner area, will increase uphill capacity by up to 45 percent, allowing skiers and snowboarders more time on the slopes.
  • Base Area Transformation. The entire base lodge is being transformed, including the addition of 400 seats and upgrading the mountain dining offerings to accommodate more guests. In addition, the facility will be modernized to offer seating for families, groups and adults, including a new bar and Wi-Fi throughout the facility. The Iron Kettle restaurant will be completely redesigned and will include a new lounge where parents will be able to watch their children ski and snowboard and enjoy a full-service bar and food service in an energized, yet comfortable, setting.
  • Expanded State-of-the-Art Snowmaking. Significant improvements to the snowmaking infrastructure also are underway to increase the snowmaking capacity and allow Wilmot to open more terrain earlier in the season and offer better snow surface conditions all season long. More than four miles of new snowmaking pipe and 56 new snowmaking guns have been ordered, including 30 low-energy fan tower guns, six portable fan guns and 20 air-water guns which will complement the refurbishment of existing snowmaking equipment. Additionally, the snowmaking pump station will be modernized to increase water flow capacity, including a 500 horse-power variable frequency pump. To date, 75 percent of the snowmaking pipe has been installed and the new snowmaking guns have arrived, with the tower guns currently going up.
  • New Kids’ Ski and Snowboard School and Enhanced Beginner Area. The learning terrain has been completely re-graded to be more accessible for teaching beginners and two new surface conveyor lifts will be arriving shortly for installation. Construction is also progressing on a dedicated and state-of-the-art children’s ski and snowboard center adjacent to the learning terrain at the base of the ski area, featuring a playful open space for kids along with their own lunch and break room.
  • New Terrain Park and High-Speed Rope Tow. A new expanded terrain park will offer unique and innovative features designed and created by terrain park staff at Vail Resorts’ western resorts, as well as the addition of a new high-speed rope tow to enable skiers and snowboarders to spend more time in the terrain park. All grading of the terrain park is complete and the tow rope will be arriving at Wilmot for installation soon.

Contact Wilmot Mountain about 2016-2017 Season Pass Options.

On January 19, 2016, Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN) announced that it has acquired Wilmot Mountain, expanding its collection of premier urban ski areas in the Midwest. Read the complete news release here.