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Winter Park rooting for snow, cold

With a bit of help from Mother Nature, you should be able to start participating in winter activities in Kewaunee County as soon as later next week.


Kewaunee Winter Park got a jumpstart on its winter preparations with the arrival of approximately three to five inches of snow early Thursday morning. While some of that snow may melt due to temperatures above freezing on Thursday and Friday, cold temperatures start entering the weather pictures as soon as this weekend. Kewaunee County Promotions and Recreations Director Dave Myers says that is prime snowmaking weather, putting them on track to open its tubing hill in late December.

Like many industries, the only thing that could hamper the success at Winter Park this winter is the need for more employees and volunteers. You can learn about the available opportunities by clicking this link. The Kewaunee Promotions and Recreation Department announced last month that the ski hill would not open this year partly due to a lack of volunteers.


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