Winter Activities to Get You Outside
With 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, Wisconsin is a veritable winter wonderland worth exploring. In just the Greater Green Bay Area, there are many beautiful, scenic trails that can be enjoyed rain, snow, or shine. Though many of us may be looking forward to the warmer months ahead, there’s still a little bit of time to get outside and enjoy the last of Green Bay’s exciting winter activities. Winter enthusiasts will find an exciting variety of winter activities in Green Bay, including cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. Book your room at our Green Bay Bed and Breakfast today, and bundle up for the last little bit of winter fun.
If you’re looking for the best place to enjoy exciting winter activities, Green Bay is for you. Bundle yourselves up in warm winter gear, and head out for a spectacular winter experience Green Bay’s extensive system of cross-country skiing trails. Whether you traverse the trails daily for exercise, or whether you’ve never been on a pair of cross country skis or snowshoes before, there is something for everyone on Green Bay’s groomed snow trails. Though the weather has been warm enough lately to close the trails at Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve and Neshota Park, those at the Reforestation Camp are still open. Lucky users can glide along the many acres and miles of trails during the day, but a special winter magic waits for those who stick around after dark. There are now over 3 miles of lighted trails in the Reforestation Camp thanks to the Bay Nordic Ski Club. These lights will turn on at sunset, and go off by 10:40pm. If another snowstorm hits later this winter, you’ll definitely want to hit the trails at beautiful Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, too.
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. You still have time for a little ice fishing in Green Bay as well. Green Bay is a legendary destination for winter ice fishing anglers in search of Whitefish and Walleye. No matter which winter activities you choose to enjoy in Green Bay, there is no shortage of opportunities for fun this winter. Book your room at our historic Bed and Breakfast today so you don’t miss the winter fun.