Alpine Valley Resort has over 90 skiable acres and 20 runs and a vertical drop of 388 feet. The longest run is 3,000 feet. This great resort is set in the beautiful Sugar Creek Valley in Elkhorn, with mature trees and rolling terrain common to the Kettle Moraine Area.
Winter Fun In the Snow
Walworth's Rotary Park is a popular gathering place for hockey players and figure skaters. There are 2 outdoor skating rinks with outdoor lighting, a warming hut and indoor bathrooms. Open skating is open to the public at no charge. Bring your own skates.
Sledding and Skating in 2020- 2021
Monday-Thursday: Noon - 9 pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 9 am-10 pm
Lake Lawn Resort clears an area of ice on Delavan Lake for skating. It's FREE and open to the public. Bring your own skates or rent for a fee at the Activity Center on weekend days. The condition on the ice is weather-dependent.
Library Park is a ten acre community park located on the north shore of Geneva Lake. The Historic Riviera Building lies on the east end and the Public Library is located in the center of the park. Ice skating is available in the winter months, based on weather conditions. Skating is free.
Our Fully Lighted Outdoor Rink brings back-to-basic joy to this classic winter pastime. Hot Chocolate and other Seasonal concessions available. Ice Skating is open to public, Rentals Available. For more information, and to check the status of the rink, call 262.249.3800
Lake Geneva Canopy Tours (LGCT) opened in March 2011, providing year-round, outdoor adventures for visitors to the Lake Geneva region. Our premier offering is a 9-line zipline tour of the treetops that includes 5 “sky bridges” and 3 spiral staircases.
Mountain Top at Grand Geneva is a favorite Wisconsin ski resort featuring 18 downhill slopes and 10 kilometers of scenic cross-country ski trails, plus full snowmaking capabilities! Mountain Top offers night ski and snowboarding all week long!
Rudy Lange Sledding Hill is a 1.4 - acre sledding hill located north of Washington Street at its intersection with Terrace Street. The hill is lighted throughout the winter and provides a 335-foot sledding area.
The sledding/snowboarding hill is near the park's maintenance shop. Park entrance fee required.