With another famous Wisconsin winter arriving, the company looks forward to sharing some of the most fun cold-weather activities in the Badger State.
What to do during winter in Wisconsin
This Midwestern state offers plenty of fun activities and events, both inside and out. Here are just a few examples of what you can find in Wisconsin:
- Ice fishing: A local favorite sport and hobby, Wisconsin offers several prime locations for ice fishing. Some of the popular local spots are the Boundary Waters between Wisconsin/Minnesota and Wisconsin/Michigan, the Fox River, shack rentals on Lake Mendota, and along Lake Superior at the northern border of the state. There’s also the annual Wisconsin Ice Fishing Show and expo, held in Rothschild from December 13 through 15.
- Snowmobiling: Wisconsin is prime snowmobile country. Take yours out pretty much anywhere during the winter, or attend an event like the Pro-Vintage Snowmobile Olympics on January 4 and 5 in Hurley, or the Antique Snowmobile Show & Ride in Spooner on January 11.
- Skiing: A paradise for skiers, Wisconsin has a long season of great weather for this favorite sport. Hit the slopes at one of the state’s popular skiing resorts like Granite Peak or Devil’s Head, or try the northern part of the state for some of the best areas like Cascade Mountain or Mount Ashwaby. Like night skiing? Don’t miss the Candlelight Ski through Lake Kesonga State Park on January 11.
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