Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area is a located in Clark County, about 225 miles outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Bruce Mound has been county-operated since 1960, and offers plenty of winter recreation that lives up to its name. Geared toward downhill skiers and snowboarders, as well as downhill tubing enthusiasts, Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area is fun for the whole family.
A popular family ski destination on the verge of expansion, Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area currently offers seven scenic snowboarding and skiing slopes. The slopes vary in difficulty, with the “Show off” and “Bunny Hill” being the green circles, “Half Moon” and “Quick Draw” being blue squares, the “Old Main” and “Death Valley” being black diamond, and “Sunny Slope” ranking a double black diamond. Bruce Mound offers 375 vertical feet, and their longest run is 3,000 feet.
While the Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area does not offer on-site accommodation, there are several options in hotels nearby. Accommodation options within driving distance include:
Fannie’s Supper Club and Motel
Heartland County Inn
Lake Arbutus Resort
Tuft’s Mansion (Bed and Breakfast)
Visitors to Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area can enjoy munchie-type foods and short-order specialties at the chalet located onsite, or try one of several restaurants and local bars in nearby Neilsville
Beginning on December 15th, and closing on March 18th or later, depending on when the snow runs out, you can check out Neilsville, Wisconsin’s favorite spot for winter family fun. Whether you’re snowboarding, skiing, tubing, or doing cross-country trails, Bruce Mound Winter Sports Area has everything you need for a great day in the snow. Neillsville, Wisconsin is 225 miles from Milwaukee