This week on Door County Outdoors, we had a conversation with Matt Payette of the Kewaunee County Winter Park Recreation Facility. The park, located approximately one mile West of Kewaunee on Ransom Moore Lane, is open on Saturday and Sunday for tubing, skiing and snowboarding. Payette talks about the features of the tube and ski hills….[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/matt3.mp3|titles=Matt Payette- ski and tube hills]
The park has a maximum of 108 tubes that are available for rent, which is $6 for two hours or a family rate of $22 for two hours. The tube hill has a tow rope with an attendant at the top and bottom and the ski hill features a T-Bar lift that returns skiers back to the top of the hill. Our conversation also turned to other options in the area, including the Bruemmer Park Zoo– currently home to raccoons, chinese pheasants, bobcats, whitetail deer and arctic fox….[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/matt2.mp3|titles=Matt Payette- Arctic Fox at the Zoo]The zoo is open year round from 7AM to sunset and admission is free. Click Door County Fish Report for our full conversation with Matt Payette of the Kewaunee County Winter Park Recreation Facility. This Saturday we’ll talk about the National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic scheduled for February 14-16 in Milwaukee.