Gather the entire family, bundle up, and hit the slopes this winter in Wisconsin!

What better way to spend these winters months than by sledding, making snow angels, throwing snowballs, and building snowmen?  The snow is here and waiting for you!

When I was a kid, I always wore (what felt like) a thousand layers of clothing just to go sledding with my sisters and cousins.  My parents refused to let me or my sisters get sick so we doubled up on everything before we went to Twin Sisters Hills in Rockford.

I don't think I've ever gone sledding in other cities besides Rockford.  There are so many hills to sled at in town, that's why!

Read More: 9 Best Spots For Sledding in Rockford 

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There's one park, King Park, in Milton, Wisconsin that has a "Sled Lending Library" where you don't have to bring a sled.  Unique feature, love that!

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You can borrow a sled for free during your time at the park and return it for another guest to enjoy.  It's all free to do!

Read More: One Of The Coolest Sledding Experiences In Milton, Wisconsin

Anyway, if you're looking for sledding hills in Wisconsin that are worth visiting, here's a list of some of the best!

The Top 9 Most Unique Sledding Hills In Wisconsin

Ariens Hill – Green Bay

Badlands Sno-Park – Hudson

Mountain Top at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa – Lake Geneva

Iverson Park Winter Sports Area – Stevens Point

YMCA Camp MacLean – Burlington

Whitnall Park Sledding Hill – Franklin

Killer Hill – Menomonee Falls

Ardon Park – Janesville

Josten Park – Bellevue

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