With nearly 300 skiable acres, 50 trails, 18 lifts and four terrain parks, there is enough terrain to challenge experts to beginners, day or night. Two tricky terrain parks, tubing, tow ropes and
Open skate times vary based on hockey leagues. Check website for times.
They have tow ropes and four lighted, varied slopes that range from a Bunny hill for young tubers to the thrilling Monkey Tail. Snow is made and the runs are groomed daily to ensure an exciting
A few minutes in your car and you can spend an entire afternoon in the quiet beauty of the woods. Beaver Creek Reserve has a number of wooded, groomed trails for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Rental equipment is available there, as well.
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If you don’t mind a short drive (about an hour and a half from Eau Claire), check out the Blue Hills winter sports area, named for the blue-tinted forested hillsides when seen through the mist.
Boyd Park provides access to the Eau Claire River. People can partake in some shoreline fishing. There is also a pedestrian bridge that crosses the river granting access to city recreational trails on either side of the river. During the winter season enjoy a great outdoor rink with hockey nets and a useful warming house. Open 4-8pm during the week, and 1-9pm on weekends. Basketball hoops, fishing, hockey rink (snowbanked), skating rink, nature trails, parking lot, picnic area, picnic shelter, play equipment, recreational field area, scenic views, shelter house, soccer, toilet facilities and prairie area. 7.2 Acres.
There are more than eight miles of hiking trail in this state park, and they are perfect for showshoers in the winter. In addition, there are 4.3 miles of trail groom for classic-style cross-country
Offering wagon and sleigh rides through beautiful woodland scenery for groups of all sizes. Gatherings of 16 or more can enjoy bonfires, picnics, and meals in the woods. Two pavilions allow groups to sit around a bonfire to toast marshmallows and sip hot chocolate.
One of the more historical parks in the Upper Midwest. Carson Park in Eau Claire contains three major attractions, the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp, the Chippewa Valley Museum, along with Eau Claire's baseball stadium. The Eau Claire Express became the newest tenant of Carson Park in 2005. During the winter season Carson Park offers cross-country skiing with several shorter, groomed trails perfect for beginners looking to stay away from steep grades.