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Green Bay Winter Recreation Ideas

Green Bay Wisconsin winter recreationWith more than 25,000 miles of snowmobile trails, 700 miles of cross country ski trails, and 445 runs at 30 downhill ski and snowboard areas, it’s no wonder that people consider the great state of Wisconsin to be a virtual playground during the winter.  The opportunities for winter recreation seem limitless everywhere you go, and it’s no different in Green Bay.  It may be cold outside, but it’s the perfect time to dig into the exciting opportunities for winter recreation around Green Bay.  Book your room at our Green Bay Bed and Breakfast today, and get ready to have some winter fun!

Winter Recreation in Green Bay

Green Bay’s winter playground offers outdoor enthusiasts an exciting variety of activities, including cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing.  Bundle yourselves up in warm winter gear, and hit the trails for a spectacular winter experience on Packer Country’s extensive system of cross-country skiing trails, including those at Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, the Reforestation Camp, and Neshota Park.  Whether you are a seasoned pro looking for a challenge, or a first-timer just out to try something new, you’re sure to find a trail that will fit your needs and leave you feeling invigorated and ready for more.  There are also fun snowshoe hikes at the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve this winter.  For a little more adrenaline-pumping fun, try your hand at snowmobiling in one of the 6 snowmobiling zones in the Greater Green Bay area.  The Mountain-Bay State Trail in Green Bay is one of the longest rail-trails in Wisconsin, and is a popular trial that connects users to trails in Marathon and Shawano county snowmobile trail systems.

Green Bay winter recreationAnother popular Green Bay winter tradition is ice-fishing.  Green Bay is a legendary destination for winter ice fishing anglers, where you’ll find plenty of Whitefish and Walleye.  There are even full tour companies that provide guides and shack rentals for beginners and visitors to the area that just want to try this popular winter sport.  For a more relaxed approach to winter recreation in Green Bay, explore the coastline and the beautiful Niagara Escarpment of Green Bay, head down to the hiking trails at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, or walk the nearby Fox River State Recreational Trail.  No matter what it is you choose to do this winter in Green Bay, there is no shortage of opportunities for winter recreation.  Book your room at our historic Bed and Breakfast today, and don’t miss the winter fun.

 


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