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Sledding & Snow Tubing in Wisconsin

Race your family and friends down snow-covered hills on a tube during your winter vacation. Many Wisconsin ski resorts create lanes for snow tubing and often light them up at night, perfect for guests who’d like to enjoy downhill skiing or snowboarding during the day. The best part about this winter sport is that no experience is necessary. All you have to do is grab a tube, hop on and hold on for the ride of your life.

No Experience Required

Along the Wisconsin-Illinois border, Wilmot Mountain has 22 snow tubing lanes, each over 1,000 feet long. After a few runs down the hill and up the conveyor lifts, warm up and refuel with a snack at the lodge and enjoy stunning views from the observation deck. At night, the tubing area lights up for more winter fun. Other snow-filled activities include skiing and snowboarding.

In the Wisconsin Dells, Christmas Mountain Village also offers snow tubing excitement day and night with over 900-foot chutes. Snow tubing is just one of the many reasons to visit the resort, which features diverse lodgings, from cottages to townhomes, and resort amenities, including day and night downhill ski runs, holiday events and an indoor pool. Cascade Mountain in Portage also features 900-foot chutes for daytime tubing.

Mont du Lac Resort in Superior is home to a tubing park featuring 500-foot lanes. Some tailor to small kids, while others travel through the woods and offer a more high-speed experience. The resort, open year-round, also provides skiing, ice skating and snowshoeing. 

You don’t have to trek deep into the wilderness for downhill excitement. A park at Titletown in Green Bay offers seasonal snow tubing down a 46-foot-tall hill.

All ski resorts and attractions provide tubes, and most feature a lift system that takes guests back up the hill. Each attraction has a height requirement.

Once you’ve chosen your snow tubing spot, you and your loved ones are sure to enjoy the winter activity that’ll have everyone smiling and laughing their way down the chutes.