5 Great Places to Go Snow Tubing in Wisconsin

By Lisa Medeiros Jan. 22, 2021
(Credit: Aaron of L.A. Photography/Shutterstock)

For over a century, snow tubing has been a favored winter pastime. With no special skills or instruction needed, it’s a wintertime activity the whole family can enjoy. Embrace the long, cold winter season by checking out these five great places to go snow tubing in Wisconsin, each equipped with groomed tubing lanes, magic carpet rides, and plenty of cold weather thrills. 

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5 Great Places to Go Snow Tubing in Wisconsin: Cascade Mountain (Credit: Microgen/Shutterstock)

Cascade Mountain

Portage, WI

Plan a winter adventure at Cascade Mountain, offering 800 feet of snow tubing fun. Whether gathering with friends or making family time memories, Cascade Mountain does wintertime recreation right. Book a two-hour time slot for a day-trip excursion, or purchase a Tubing Season Pass for $84 and zoom down the hill all winter long. 

Hours: Mon – Thurs, 4 pm – 6 pm and 6:15 pm – 8:15 pm; Fri – Sun, & holidays, 9 am – 9 pm

Tickets: Starting at $16 per person

Visit the Cascade Mountain website for the latest information on hours and pricing. 

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5 Great Places to Go Snow Tubing in Wisconsin: Wilmot Mountain (Credit: Svetlana.ls/Shutterstock)

Wilmot Mountain

Wilmot, WI

Get ready for some cold-weather recreation at one of the most exhilarating tubing facilities in Wisconsin. With 22 well-groomed chutes, each stretching 1,000 feet long, Wilmot Mountain is a snow tubing paradise. There are two magic carpets to whisk riders back up the hill, enabling as many runs as possible in your two-hour session. When the day is done, warm up in the tubing lodge while enjoying snacks and hot beverages. 

Hours: Mon – Fri, 4 pm – 9 pm; Sat, Sun, & holiday, 9 am – 9 pm

Tickets: Starting at $27 per person

Visit the Wilmot Mountain website for the latest information on hours and pricing. 

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5 Great Places to Go Snow Tubing in Wisconsin: Sunburst Winter Sports Park (Credit: Aaron of L.A. Photography/Shutterstock)

Sunburst Winter Sports Park

Kewaskum, WI

Known as one of the best family ski destinations in Wisconsin, Sunburst Winter Sports Park is also home to one of the largest tubing facilities in the USA. With more than 40 chutes and boasting an impressive 10-story vertical drop, Sunburst delivers snow tubing thrills like no other. Brace yourself for speeds over 30 miles per hour on this exhilarating tubing hill. 

Hours: Thurs to Sun, 4 pm – 8 pm; Fri, Sat, & holidays, 9:30 am – 9:30 pm; Sun, 9:30 am – 7 pm

Tickets: $20 per person

Visit the Sunburst Winter Sports Park website for the latest information on hours and pricing. 

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5 Great Places to Go Snow Tubing in Wisconsin: Christie Mountain (Credit: Andrew Angelov/Shutterstock)

Christie Mountain

Bruce, WI

Reservations and advanced ticket purchases aren’t required for a fun-filled day of tubing at Christie Mountain. This destination features six tubing lanes of varying degrees of difficulty. From slow and gentle chutes that gingerly glide you down the hill to fast-paced runs hitting plenty of high-speed bumps along the way, there’s a lane for everyone. 

Hours: Fri, 5 pm – 10 pm; Sat, Noon – 10 pm; Sun, Noon – 5 pm

Tickets: $15 per person (1 hour); $20 per person (2 hours); $25 per person (3 hours)

Visit the Christie Mountain website for the latest information on hours and pricing. 

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5 Great Places to Go Snow Tubing in Wisconsin: Tyrol Basin (Credit: Jon E Oringer/Shutterstock)

Tyrol Basin

Mt. Horeb, WI

Head to Tyrol Basin to experience their newly opened tubing arena, delivering the best in high-elevation winter fun. With 12 chutes providing 700 feet of riding fun, and four-hour-long sessions, Tyrol Basin is a top Wisconsin destination for snow tubing. The new facility includes a warming house with mountainside views overlooking the tubing hill. The chalet is complete with bar, concessions and locker rentals. 

Hours: Thurs, 4 pm – 9 pm; Fri, 4 pm – 11 pm; Sat, 9 am – 9 pm; Sun, 9 am – 5 pm (with extended hours on holidays)

Tickets: $25 per person

Visit the Tyrol Basin website for the latest information on hours and pricing.

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