Titletown's park is open to everyone all year round, with an ice skating rink and snow tubing hill in winter, and in the summer outdoor games, free, daily activities, a unique playground and a full-size football field in the heart of the action. Future development includes retail, commercial and residential elements.
46 Below is a bistro, sitting 46' beneath Ariens Hill, pays homage to the 1967 Ice Bowl at Lambeau Field, during which the wind chill temperature plummeted to 46 below zero. The bistro serves quick bites and comfort food, as well as drinks for park visitors.
There are endless opportunities for fun at Titletown, with games and activities available any time the park is open.
The plaza adjacent to South Ridge Road is a living room for the community, with moveable tables and chairs for relaxing or enjoying a cup of coffee or a bite to eat any time of day. The space also hosts several carts full of books, children’s stories and magazines for those looking for a page turner. An art cart is available with supplies for coloring and creating whenever inspiration strikes, and a game cart is stocked with playing cards and board games for your competitive side.
Ariens Hill features tubing in the colder months, and in the warmer months, the sloped green space provides a unique area for visitors and community members to relax and enjoy the park's programs and activities. Riders must purchase a tubing ticket to use Ariens Hill when it is snow-covered and open for tubing. Tubing is closed for the season, but be sure to come by and enjoy all the other activities Titletown has to offer!
The game courts offer several popular outdoor and backyard games, including horseshoes, bean bag toss, shuffleboard, bocce and ping pong. The courts are available any time the park is open during the warmer months, and park attendants are nearby to help explain the rules and assist with equipment if necessary.
Titletown’s playground features several distinct areas geared toward kids of different ages, with dynamic, football-inspired equipment and a Play 60-theme, creating a play area that is unique to the community The 36,000 square-foot area also has a popular 40-yard dash component.
Sized as a regulation football field, the athletic field utilizes an artificial surface that will maximize its use in a variety of ways through much of the year and features infill from Nike Grind, which is created from recycled Nike shoes. The field hosts fitness classes and pickup games, and can be utilized by park guests of all ages, whether they’re playing tag or tossing a ball around. Visitors are asked to bring their own sports balls and Frisbees, as the park does not provide.
The Titletown ice skating rink is open for the season. The ice rink schedule and details about admission and skate rental prices are available here.
Ariens Hill, the tubing hill adjacent to the ice skating rink, will open in the coming weeks, as soon as weather conditions are favorable for making snow. This year’s tubing hours and admission prices are available here.
The Winter Jubilee Light Show at Titletown will take place most Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from Nov. 23 until Dec. 31. The family-friendly presentation will feature a new and dazzling blend of holiday-themed lights, music and special effects will also feature animation, lasers and fireworks.
The show will be projected onto Lambeau Field’s outer west facade, off of Ridge Road. The show is seven minutes long, and will play every half hour from 6 to 9 p.m. A full list of show dates and times are available here.
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