Safe Pledge Cleaning Crowne Plaza

The Greater Lansing region wants you to be healthy and safe while visiting. Our hotels, restaurants and attractions have taken the Greater Lansing Safe Pledge for your health and well being. Please visit our Safe Pledge page for details.

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Sledding/Ice Skating

Greater Lansing is great fun in all seasons, so when winter takes hold and Lansing looks like a snow globe, there are some excellent places to sled, tube and toboggan. Ingham County parks like Burchfield and Hawk Island are great options as is DeWitt’s Granger Meadows Park and Grand Ledge’s Fitzgerald Park. Snow making and tube rental are available at some facilities will ensure that you don’t have to worry about bringing a tube or sled along with you. Check the park websites for details and reservations.
Looking for a chance to perfect your triple lutz or double axel, or realistically just enjoy some skating? Synthetic rinks, natural ponds and indoor facilities are available. 

Sledding and Tubing

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Hawk Island Tubing

This is a great spot for snow tubing. Online ticket sales are necessary. At this park there is snowmaking and the hill usually opens mid…

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Burchfield Sledding

Sled down one of the two sledding hills, one for little kids, and one for the more daring! Snow tubes are available to rent for $3.00, weather…

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Snowshoeing and Cross Country Skiing

Weather permitting, Ingham County’s Burchfield Park in Holt and Lake Lansing North in Haslett have limited snowshoe rentals on a first come first served basis.

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Meridian Skating Rink

The Meridian Township Parks & Recreation Department is excited to offer another outdoor recreation opportunity for families and people of all…

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And if you're looking for an outdoor pond experience, check out the pond rink at Granger Meadows Park for a weather dependent natural ice skating experience.

There’s s(no)w problem when the temperature drops, and the snow falls in the Lansing area because there’s so much fun and active stuff to do! Try something new or establish a new active hobby.

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