Rates

Trail and Tubing Hill Rates

3-Day Ski Passes Available! – Can be used on non-consecutive days anytime during the current season. Senior $35 / Adult $40 / Youth $27 / Family $125

Skijoring Dog Pass ($3) – Like a trail pass for your pup! Season passes for dogs are available, too. Click here for more info.

What is a Park Pass? – This pass gives you access to all trail systems and the tubing hill (only runs on weekends). This is NOT an extra fee to get into the park. 

Free Ice Skating (byo skates) and small sledding hill available daily 9-5pm

Prices do not include rental equipment

Buy your day passes online here

Buy your season pass online here

Ski Shop Rentals and Lessons

Contact the shop directly: (715) 356-1099 or mwpskishop.com

Lessons are by appointment only – We highly recommend the Weekend Intro to Skiing classes which include a lesson, rentals, and a trail pass!

What Can I Do At The Park?

Cross Country Skiing: 86km of world-class ski trails meander through 1600 acres of beautiful Northwoods forests. We have a wide variety of fantastically grooming trails from beginner to advanced. There’s something here for everyone! 

Snowshoeing: We maintain 6 fantastic snowshoe trails which range in distance from 1 to 5 miles. Trails are completely separate from ski trails providing solitude and access to some of the most remote areas of the park. Help us maintain our trails: We ask that you please wear snowshoes when there is fresh snow on the snowshoe trails. 

Fat Biking: Fat bikes share 15km of our single-track-classic ski trails (Big Pine, Cedar Creek, Tamarack Pond) and Breaking Free snowshoe trail. 

Snow Tubing: Rope-tow-assisted tubing hill runs Saturdays and Sundays for two hour sessions (10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm) when conditions allow.

Ice Skating: The Chip Wulff Memorial Pond offers a quaint and unique way to have fun at the park. Skating is free and open from 9-5pm daily. We will not be offering skate rentals this year; please bring your own skates. 

Skijoring: Ski with your dog! A designated one way 5km ski route is marked through the trail system. Follow the yellow dog paws and please pick up after your pet. Don’t forget to purchase a trail pass for your pup too.