Camp 10

Camp 10 Ski Area offers some of the most unique terrain found in the Midwest. We operate with a families-first philosophy. We offer the most affordable family-oriented pricing to be found at a chair lift-equipped ski area in Wisconsin. We also offer the best group weekend package to be found. If you have a church, 4H, youth, scout, or homeschool group, we can offer unbelievably (but they are) great prices.

Snowstar

Snowstar is the Quad Cities' only outdoor winter fun park offering alpine skiing, freestyle terrain park, trained and certified instruction for both alpine skiing and snowboarding. We also offer the region's only snow tubing hill that features 11 groomed lanes, a warming hut, portable bathroom and snacks & beverages. Snowstar also provides a cozy, rustic atmosphere inside The Lodge, where a full line of prepared food & beverages are available for purchase. Peak's Tavern downstairs is another pub-style option.

Villa Olivia

Downhill skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing are right here in your backyard.  Villa Olivia is just a short drive from anywhere in the Chicago area. With 100% snow making, ski and snowboard lessons for all levels, and rental equipment available, we have something for everyone. The hill includes seven runs, a chairlift, six rope tows, and a tubing hill.

Wapiti Ski Club

Wapiti Ski Club is a volunteer operated facility located in the Rocky Mountain town Elkford, British Columbia. Known as the wilderness capital of B.C., Elkford has grown from a temporary collection of homes to a town of nearly 3,000 residents.

At 1,300m above sea level, Elkford welcomes over 350cm of snow annually, making it a great location to find fresh snow.

Spruce Mountain

Since 1956, our volunteer staff has been dedicated to providing a fun, family-friendly outdoor experience for our surrounding community and beyond through winter outdoor recreation. Our mountain is jointly owned by the towns of Jay, Livermore, and Livermore Falls.

Skeetawk

Skeetawk is located at mile 10.6 of the Palmer-Fishhook road in the Hatcher Pass State Management area, in the Northern Government Peak Sub-Unit of the detailed 2010 Hatcher Pass Area Management Plan. The parking lot sits at about 1,450 feet above sea level and our new beginner (triple seat) chair for runs about 1,250′ long and has a vertical gain of about 300 feet, giving us access to about 30 skiable acres.