April-November-No fee required. Monday-Sunday 6:00 a.m. until dusk
Triangle Sports Area- 500 Beverly Road- A free par-3, 18-hole Disc Golf Course. One of the premier disc golf courses in Wisconsin, appealing to both beginner and advanced players. A round can be played in approximately one hour.
Perkins Park-600 N. Fisk Street This 18 hole course is considered to be moderate in difficulty. The course is tucked neatly in the woods of Perkins Park.
April-November-No fee required.
The Sk8 Park is located at 315 S. Baird St. It is the largest outdoor poured concrete skateboard/inline skate park in the state and has beginner, intermediate and advanced areas. The park is open 8:00 a.m.-dark (as determined by staff) but never past 9:00 p.m. Skaters skate at your own risk. No bikes, scooters or other equipment allowed on the skating surface.
No fee required.
City Trail Map 10.94 miles
Baird Creek Map (500 Beverly Rd.)
Wildlife Sanctuary Map (1660 East Shore Dr.)
He-Nis-Ra Map (1900 South Point Rd.)
Euers Walking Trails(1701 Military Ave.)
Colburn Map (1158 Highview Ln.)
Perkins Park(600 N Fisk St.)
Preble Map (471 Skyline Blvd.)
Fritsch Map (700 LaCount Rd.)
McAuliffe Map (3100 Sitka St.)
No fee required.
Located behind Hagemeister Park. The launch is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and is wheelchair accessible. There are 10 minute unloading spots in front of the Children’s museum and near Nicolet Bank. The launch can be accessed from the Pine Street Parkway or the Cherry Street landing area. Expedition Addicts is a Kayak shop that opened behind the Children’s Museum at 126 Pine St. They have a dolly that they designed to help get the kayaks from your car to the launch if you need it. They also rent kayaks and bikes. Their phone number is 920-360-0355.
Winter-Fee required. Program is weather and condition dependent. Have you ever wanted to ski on a beautiful full moon winter night? Then plan on coming out and skiing the candle-lit trails at the Sanctuary and warm up around a fire after! Trail starts at the trailhead by the nature center amphitheater.
Cross Country Skiing
Winter-Trails are groomed in the winter for traditional cross country skiing. Please respect the groomed trails. You are welcome to snowshoe, walk or hike in other areas of the park.
Green Bay Park Hours: 6:00 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Wildlife Sanctuary Hours: 8:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
- City Trail Map 10.94 miles
- Baird Creek Map (500 Beverly Rd.)
- Wildlife Sanctuary Map (1660 East Shore Dr.)
- He-Nis-Ra Map (1900 South Point Rd.)
- Euers Walking Trails(1701 Military Ave.)
- Colburn Map (1158 Highview Ln.)
- Perkins Park(600 N Fisk St.)
- Preble Map (471 Skyline Blvd.)
- Fritsch Map (700 LaCount Rd.)
- McAuliffe Map (3100 Sitka St.)
Hockey and Ice Skating
Rink status: ALL RINKS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO RAIN
Supervised Hockey/Ice Skating Facilities providing *warming shelters are not available.
Ice Skating Facilities without warming shelters are not available.
Perkins Park provides skate rentals and birthday party packages.
Winter-Fee required Snowshoes are provided or you are welcome to bring your own. Meet at the Observation Building.
Triangle Sports Area-500 Beverly Road-Weather conditions permitting. Call 920-391-3670 for conditions.
The hills need a base of 8-12″. We do close when the wind chill is -20º
- one tubing hill (approx. 80 feet) with a hands-free tube lift
- two ski/snowboarding hills (approx. 75 feet) with rope tows
- 3.37 miles of cross-country ski trails
- a heated chalet with restrooms
Wooden, metal, hard plastic sleds, saucers, toboggans, etc. are prohibited.
Monday-Friday 4:30-7:45 pm
Saturday & Sunday 11:30 am-7:45 pm
Tow rope: $3.50 per person, all ages
Innertube Rental: $2.50 (limited supply)
Beginning of November through end of March. No fee required.
Come out of the cold, get some exercise and have fun with your friends from early November until the end of March. Gyms are open for boys and girls, men and women, 5th grade to adult. Allocated time and nights vary depending on school approval and attendance. Check with gym site-supervisor for further information. Adult participants need to be Green Bay area residents. Adult participants will be required to present an ID.
Cancellations may occur without notice.
Locations and times here.