Escape the Chill: Rhinelander’s Winter Indoor Fun Guide
If the weather outside is frightful- have no fear! There is plenty to do indoors this time of year in Rhinelander, too. Check out these activities.
Open Skate at the Rhinelander Ice Arena
Go ice skating at the Ice Arena, a favorite winter activity for all ages! Skate rentals are available. Visit the Ice Arena website to view open skate dates and times.
Visit Rhinelander’s arts and cultural center located in the downtown area on Stevens Street. View the art exhibitions on display or enjoy a live musical performance or event. Visit their website for details on what’s all happening!
Play a game of bowling at Nick’s Hodag Lanes. Whether you’re wanting to bowl a game by yourself or have an outing with friends or family, Nick’s can accommodate. Bumper bowling lanes and children’s sized shoes are available for kids. Enjoy a bite to eat or a drink while you’re there as well!
Take a trip to the downtown area and check out Tom’s Drawing Board, a working art studio with a retail shop and classroom, located on Brown Street. Tom’s Drawing Board offers art lessons and painting classes to all ages and skill levels. Contact Tom or visit his Facebook page to check out upcoming classes and creative opportunities.
Explore The Hodag Dome- the largest air-supported high school dome in the nation! With over 128,000 square feet, the Dome houses a 100m track and community walking area, various sport courts, golf simulators, batting cages, and open turf time. Daily passes are available as well as memberships. The Hodag Dome is a great way to stay active during the winter months or practice a sport indoors. Kids can enjoy lots of room to run and play!
Catch a movie with friends at the Rouman Cinema while in town. Choose from a variety of different new movies and enjoy your favorite movie treats from the concessions too!