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100 Addison Ave.
Eau Claire

Mount Simon

49-acre park located on Dell's Pond with access off either Madison Street or Birch Street. This park offers a boat landing and dock, 2 picnic pavilions, 2 lighted sand volleyball courts, and an 9-hole disc golf course. Mt. Simon Park is also home to Eau Claire's Babe Ruth Baseball program.

(608) 788-0044 and (800) 426-3665

N5549 Old Town Rd.
La Crosse

Mt. LaCrosse Ski and Snowboard

Offers 18 slopes and trails that are serviced by four chair lifts and one tow rope. They also have a convenient chalet, rental and repair, food and a bar, and a 516 foot vertical drop.

Oak Park Circle

Oak Park Circle

Open all day. No lights or warming house.

4433 Oakwood Hills Pkwy
Eau Claire

Oakwood Hills

9.9 Acres. Basketball hoop, parking lot, play equipment, recreational field, shelter, sliding hill, toilet facilities, and grass volleyball court.

3523 Delbert Road
Eau Claire

Pinehurst Hill

On Eau Claire’s north side, the behemoth Pinehurst Hill stands as the mother of all sledding hills. This formidable giant was a downhill ski run with a towrope throughout the early 70s. Be careful: if you don’t brake or turn, you’ll end up in a parking lot. Try not to hit anyone climbing up the hill, and pay attention so you don’t get hit yourself.

3523 Delbert Road
Eau Claire

Pinehurst Park

5.5 Acres. Hockey rink (boarded), ice skating, nature trails, parking lot, recreational field, scenic views, shelter, BMX bike park/pump track, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, sledding/tubing hill, and toilet facilities.

615 24th Ave.

River Heights Elementary School

A large open play area is located between the school and an adjacent residential neighborhood. The ice rink is maintained by the city in the winter. No lights or warming house.

(715) 726-7920

about 2.5 miles north of Cornell

River Road Cross Country Ski Trail

Enjoy two separate trails for intermediate and advanced skiers through rolling terrain and along the more-gentle grade of the River Road to the parking area.

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