With snow comes fun outdoor winter activities like sledding, tubing, snowpeople making and snowball fights! Here is your guide to local sledding hills that you can use with your friends and family for some good old fashioned fun!
Bayside Village Hall 9075 N Regent Rd, Bayside
Brown Deer Park 7835 N. Green Bay Rd, Brown Deer
Kinderberg Park N104 W14942 Donges Bay Road, Germantown
Homestead Hollow County Park N120 W19809 Freistadt Road, Germantown :: Also has a skating pond!
Kletzch Park 6561 N. Milwaukee River Parkway, Glendale
Lisbon Community Park Bartlett Rd. Hartland
Mee-Kwon Park 6333 W. Boniwell Rd, Mequon
**Currie Park 3535 N Mayfair Rd, Milwaukee
Greene Park 4235 S. Lipton Ave, Milwaukee
Hales Corners 5765 S. New Berlin Rd, Milwaukee
LaFollette Park 9418 W. Washington St, Milwaukee
McCarty Park 8214 W. Cleveland Ave, Milwaukee
McGovern Park 5400 N. 51 St, Milwaukee
**Humboldt Park 3000 S. Howell Ave, Milwaukee :: Check out the ice skating too!
**Pulaski 2677 S. 16th St, Milwaukee
Wilson Park 1601 W Howard Ave, Milwaukee
**Park Arthur S63W17833 College Ave, Muskego
Calhoun Park 5400 S. Calhoun Rd, New Berlin
Lowell Park 2201 Michigan Ave, Waukesha :: Also features a Toboggan run!
Minooka Park 1927 E Sunset Drive, Waukesha
Wirth Park/Wirth Park South 2585 Pilgrim Rd, Brookfield
**The Milwaukee County Parks provides lighting at these sledding sites daily from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m., so put on an extra layer and hit these hills after dark once they open for the season.
When you are looking for something to do, look no farther for something close to home and tons of fun! Make it a winter bucket list to check off each of these hills. Let us know which one is your favorite! #ShorewestRealtors #Local #FamilyFun
Source Credit: Miltown Moms