Winter Sports

Explore a Wisconsin winter by way of cross-country skiing or snow shoeing, sledding or ice skating. Bundle up and prepare yourself for a memorable adventure. A winter wonderland awaits! 

*Please note that all outdoor activities are weather dependent. The ice skating rink and ice bowling areas are no longer available due to unfavorable weather conditions.*

Cross Country Skiing in Green Lake

Cross-Country Skiing

The Green Lake area abounds with Wisconsin cross-country ski trail options. If you don't have your skis, Heidel House Resort welcomes you to rent a pair from us for $10 per hour.

Green Lake’s Sunnyside Conservancy, a protected natural area, is home to ski trails adjacent to Green Lake. For those who like to blaze their own trails, we suggest taking the short drive over to Green Lake Conference Center where you can bring your own skis or snowshoes and traverse through the woods and golf course. 

Those looking for a longer trail may find cross-country skiing bliss on the Red Pine Ski Trails of Mecan River Outfitters, offering 15 miles of groomed and tracked trails passing through red pines, hardwoods and marshland. This trail is for skiers of all experience levels. Rentals are available and trail fees are required.

Cross Country Skiing in Green Lake

Ice Fishing

What better way to enjoy a Wisconsin winter than with a classic Wisconsin hobby?

In Green Lake, fish for lake trout, brown trout and cisco. You have multiple prime locations to choose from as a fisherman - There's Dartford Bay, Horner's Landing, the East end of Sunset Park, Dodge Memorial County Park and Hattie Sherwood Park.

Mike Norton's Fishing & Hunting Adventures is a wonderful fishing guide service if you're looking for instruction. The Nortons have been guiding on Big Green Lake for four generations! With their service, fisherman will be provided shanties, bait and tackle and transportation. Contact Mike Norton's Fishing and Hunting for additional information.

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