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11/18/2020 - Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Staff

Family-Friendly, Itineraries, Sports & Outdoors
Wilmot Mountain
Wilmot Mountain
Cross country skiing at Petrifying Springs Park
Silver Lake Park - fat tire biking

#KenoshaSnowDay

Wisconsin winters are a great time to get outdoors and embrace the chill of Mother Nature. When the snow starts to fly, Kenosha rolls out the white carpet with wintry fun for all ages! Enjoy snowcapped hills made for snowboarding, skiing and tubing, miles of frosty trails groomed for fat tire biking, and tranquil nature trails ideal for snowshoeing and hiking. Plan your snow day around one or more of these winter destinations:

Wilmot Mountain: Downhill skiing, snowboarding and tubing

Silver Lake Park: Fat tire biking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, hiking and sledding

❄ Bristol Woods Park: Snowshoeing, cross country skiing and hiking

Petrifying Springs Park: Snowshoeing, cross country skiing, hiking and sledding

Richard Bong State Recreation Area: Snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding, hiking, ice fishing and skate skiing (on Wolf Lake)

Kenosha County inland lakes: Ice fishing and ice skating

❄ There are more than 200 miles of designated snowmobile trails in Kenosha County; find details here

More local parks: Sledding

Find even more ways to have fun in the Kenosha Area this winter by checking out our Fall/Winter FUN 101 list: 101 Things to See & Do for $10 & Under (Many are FREE!)

 

Here’s a helpful tip when visiting the Kenosha Area to do snow-related activities: ​You can use the Snow Report at TravelWisconsin.com to learn about the local trail conditions for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and downhill skiing & snowboarding.

Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Staff

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