Bruemmer Park Zoo features a small zoo with many animals native to northeastern Wisconsin. The zoo is on an eight-acre site within the 30-acre Bruemmer County Park. The park has wooded trails, a playground, and picnic area with grills, restrooms. With free admission, the zoo is open year-round daily from 7 a.m. – sunset. Read more
Winter Park is Kewaunee County’s most popular park for winter recreation attracting those who like to go skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing. The snow tubing hill features five lanes approximately 450 feet long with a vertical drop of 70 feet. Riders are taken to the top of the hill by a Magic Carpet, a standing conveyor belt system.
The ski area has five runs some over a quarter mile in length with a 160-foot vertical drop rated from easy to difficult. A t-bar lift brings skiers and snowboarders to the top. There is also a beginner’s hill for those just learning the sport.
Winter Park also offers ski and snowboard equipment rentals and has a warming chalet that offers concessions, Winter Park is located at N3787 Ransom Moore Lane, west of Kewaunee across from Bruemmer Park Zoo and adjacent to the historic Dana Farm. To check on current conditions, call 920-388-7199 and like Winter Park – Kewaunee County on Facebook.
Winter Park also doubles as a 27-hole disc golf course during spring, summer and fall. It’s rated eighth in the state by Disc Golf Course Reviews. The scenic course covers the entire park. You’ll find a donation tube located at the park for upkeep.