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Well we fought to keep the skiing going as long as we could but as you can tell from the pic we were starting to get a few bare spots showing up by April 7th. But we still had to do our duty...ski patrollers always make a final "sweep" of the runs to make sure no guests are left alone on the slopes....Patroller Gren made the last "sweep" of the season on April 7th . The snow was fast but the length of the runs were a bit shorter than normal. We are already looking forward to next ski season and with a bit of luck with the weather we are shooting for first "sweep" of the season around August 7th.....well ok, maybe a bit later that August 7th . ... See MoreSee Less

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Well we fought to keep the skiing going as long as we could but as you can tell from the pic  we were starting to get a few bare spots showing up by April 7th.  But we still had to do our duty...ski patrollers always make a final sweep of the runs to make sure no guests are left alone on the slopes....Patroller Gren made the last sweep of the season on April 7th .   The snow was fast but the length of the runs were a bit shorter than normal.  We are already looking forward to next ski season  and with a bit of luck with the weather we are shooting for first sweep  of the season around August 7th.....well ok,  maybe a bit later that August 7th .

 

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Jeanne Mitchell Smith

Thank you for your ongoing efforts to maintain a fun ski area and communicate updates. We are fans!

Looking great. Thought it was Guy

Looking forward to the best season ever next year at Camp 10. Now would be an excellent time to sign up for ski patrol and get those last runs of the day.

Can't wait for next season!!❄️🎿⛷

Looking forward to next season for sure! 🏂

C10 Is the best! Thank you for all you do, Gren!

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Our final spring season pass sale ended a few days ago and now we start putting full attention on the preparation for next winter.....actually our preparation for next winter got underway in the middle of March with the completion of the rebuild of some of our chairlift hydraulic systems and the wrap up of the tower circuit systems. New track belts just arrived for our large groomer and prep work is already done for pulling the engine on our small groomer for some maintenance by Driveable Performance. Then we start a full circuit test program on the Junior Racing electronic timing system....the covid situation put that program on hold last winter. We were able to round up enough additional employees to have both T Bars running, albeit at the end of the season, and they ran well. So that means more T's will be made available and a couple of tweaks here and there and that will be ready to go. Lotsa stuff going on and I think its safe to say that last winter was good and next winter will be even better. Stay tuned fun stuff ahead. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Do you like Fat Tire Biking ? Bike touring on country roads or bikeways, Mountain Biking on forest trails, bike racing ? There is a growth of all of these things in the northern parts of Wisconsin. The North Central Region of the National Ski Patrol is developing Bike Patrol programs for clubs and individual. A number of ski areas are developing mountain bike programs for family and individual adventures. Just as NSP ski patrollers are available at most ski areas and cross country skiing centers NSP bike patrollers are becoming established at locals or in regions to be available for those that need some help. The North Central Region is assisting in the program by developing Outdoor Emergency Care training opportunities at a number of Northwoods locations this summer. Membership in the NSP Bike Patrol also brings some personal perks and discounts from many outdoor recreation manufactures and equipment suppliers.....plus, if you also happen to enjoy winter alpine skiing, cross country skiing, or snowboarding your NSP Bike Patrol OEC certification gets you additional perks at a number of ski areas and cross country centers. Sounds interesting ? Contact us and well get you into the North Central Region NSP Bike Patrol interest group. camp10skiarea@yahoo.com ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Do you like Fat Tire Biking ?  Bike touring on country roads or bikeways, Mountain Biking on forest trails, bike racing ? There is a growth of all of these things in the northern parts of Wisconsin. The North Central Region of the National Ski Patrol is developing Bike Patrol programs for clubs and individual. A number of ski areas are developing mountain bike programs for family and individual adventures.  Just as NSP ski patrollers are available at most ski areas and cross country skiing centers NSP bike patrollers are   becoming established at locals or in regions to be available for those that need some help. The North Central Region is assisting in the program by developing Outdoor Emergency Care training opportunities at a number of Northwoods locations this summer. Membership in the NSP Bike Patrol also brings some personal perks and discounts from many outdoor recreation manufactures and equipment suppliers.....plus, if you also happen to enjoy winter alpine skiing, cross country skiing, or snowboarding your NSP Bike Patrol OEC certification gets you additional perks at a number of ski areas and cross country centers.  Sounds interesting ? Contact us and well get you into the North Central Region NSP Bike Patrol interest group.  camp10skiarea@yahoo.com

 

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Der Stuber

This would be amazing!!

Yay!!!

Time to brush out some trails at Camp 10 Grenn!! And if you want a true mountain bike trail builder to see what they can do, I have a contact I can email you!!

Final Spring Season $140 Pass Sale Ends March 31st....4 days from today and only 2 passes left. Contact us via messenger or camp10skiarea@yahoo.com ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Only one week left on our final spring Season Pass Sale ....only four more passes available at $140 including tax, Next sale not till fall with fall pricing. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

 

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Thanks to all who participated in our spring sales . Our next sale will be in the fall.

Camp 10 Ski Patrol is planning for the new applicants to the volunteer National Ski Patrol preparation programs to start after July 1st. If you have an interest in joining this adventure we would appreciate hearing from you. The classes will prepare you for adding another dimension to your winter ski or snowboarding fun by your willingness to help others. In your journey to become a National Ski Patroller at the Camp 10 Ski Area you will receive training in the nationally recognized Outdoor Emergency Care program, which is basically a first aid course designed to help you give first aid in a variety of situations including in skiing/snowboard environments but just as importantly at home, work, or in your neighborhood. You will also see your skiing/snowboarding abilities enhanced as you learn toboggan handling and on slope recue techniques during the winter months, and of course the ever important CPR which prepares you to literally save a life wherever the situation occurs. Qualifications for starting these programs ? First and foremost is a genuine feeling of wanting to help other people and because we do most of these things on the snow we'll need you to be a good intermediate level skier or snowboarder. You do not need to have had any previous medical training but if you happen to have( emergency room nurse, EMT, and similar) then you may be eligible to receive credit for certain aspects of the OEC program. And your efforts do result in some nice perks...like free skiing/snowboarding for you and family, really good industry discounts on equipment plus and more plus, specialized activities and programs in NSP, recognition as guest patrollers at many ski areas (areas may have individual restrictions/requirements) national very very attractive weeks/conventions (my favorite is Snowmass at Aspen others like the super powder of Snowbird in Utah). A bit of initial time, a few bucks for membership and training materials and a whole new adventure opens up for you. If you think you might be up for this adventure that can last a lifetime we'd like to hear from you. We will be holding an on site meeting to answer all questions before helping you start the journey . Let us know if you'd like to learn more....Camp 10 Patrol c/o camp10skiarea@yahoo.com. Even if this isnt for you we would appreciate your sharing the message with as many as you are able to. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Camp 10 Ski Patrol is planning for the new applicants to the volunteer National Ski Patrol preparation programs to start after July 1st. If you have an interest in joining this adventure we would appreciate hearing from you. The classes will prepare you for adding another dimension to your winter ski or snowboarding fun by your willingness to help others. In your journey to become a National Ski Patroller at the Camp 10 Ski Area you will receive training in the nationally recognized Outdoor Emergency Care program, which is basically a first aid course designed to help you give first aid in a variety of situations including in skiing/snowboard environments but just as importantly at home, work, or in your neighborhood. You will also see your skiing/snowboarding abilities enhanced as you learn toboggan handling and on slope recue techniques during the winter months, and of course the ever important CPR which prepares you to literally save a life wherever the situation occurs.  Qualifications for starting these programs ? First and foremost is a genuine feeling of wanting to help other people and because we do most of these things on the snow well need you to be a good intermediate level skier or snowboarder. You do not need to have had any previous medical training but if you happen to have( emergency room nurse, EMT, and similar)  then you may be eligible to receive credit for certain aspects of the OEC program.  And your efforts do result in some nice perks...like free skiing/snowboarding for you and family, really good industry discounts on equipment plus and more plus, specialized activities and programs in NSP, recognition as guest patrollers at many ski areas (areas may have individual restrictions/requirements) national very very attractive  weeks/conventions (my favorite is Snowmass at Aspen others like the super powder of Snowbird in  Utah).  A bit of initial time, a few bucks for membership and training materials and a whole new adventure opens up for you.  If you think you might be up for this adventure that can last a lifetime wed like to hear from you.  We will be holding an on site meeting to answer all questions before  helping  you start the journey . Let us know if youd like to learn more....Camp 10 Patrol  c/o camp10skiarea@yahoo.com. Even if this isnt for you we would appreciate your sharing the message with as many as you are able to.

 

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Shared with “Ski The Midwest Group”’ see ya there or Camp 10 Ski Area 🤘

Season Pass Pre Spring Sale $140 including tax. Fifteen Passes are available in this sale. Sale ends when either 15 are sold or March 31st whichever occurs first. Obtain a form by e mailing us at camp10skiarea@yahoo.com ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

We think Mother Nature had the battle with us and won. All of these days with above freezing, highs of 50+ and then rains just put recovery a bit out of reach. We really thank everyone for participating with us in this craziest of winters . We did see a lot of people having a lot of fun in spite of wild up and down weather and all of the Covid precautions. I'd personally like to thank everyone for their wonderful cooperation's with Ski Well be Well NSAA CDC protocols. I was very concerned that there might be some nasty incidents regarding mask requirements.....and there weren't any...not one and Im sure that some of our guests may not have believed in the masks but they were respectful of those that do....not one incidence, thanks again to everyone. Today our maintenance team completed the first project of the 21-22 ski season. They did a complete rebuild of the hydraulic brake system on our chairlift....the elusive pesky leak was found and eliminated. We have quite a few things on our agenda this year and well share them as they get completed. Also thanks to the many that supported our Early Bird Season Pass Sale leading to 20% growth over this same time last year. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

We think Mother Nature had the battle with us and won.  All of these days with above freezing, highs of 50+ and then rains just put recovery a bit out of reach.  We really thank everyone for participating with us in this craziest of winters . We did see a lot of people having a lot of fun in spite of wild up and down weather and all of the Covid precautions. Id personally like to thank everyone for their wonderful cooperations with Ski Well be Well NSAA CDC protocols. I was very concerned that there might be some nasty incidents regarding mask requirements.....and there werent any...not one and Im sure that some of our guests may not have believed in the masks but they were respectful of those that do....not one incidence, thanks again to everyone.   Today our maintenance team completed the first project of the 21-22 ski season. They did a complete rebuild of the hydraulic brake system on our chairlift....the elusive pesky leak was found and eliminated. We have quite a few things on our agenda this year and well share them as they get completed. Also thanks to the many that supported our Early Bird Season Pass Sale leading to 20% growth over this same time last year.

 

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Thanks for a great season!! Already counting down the days ❄️🙂

We got here too late. Not our year. We hope to see Camp 10 next ski season!!

Mother Nature usually prevails.

Last Call for $108 Season Pass. Any requests for us to e mail applications must be received by Tuesday noon. Filled out e mail applications and check must be received via mail no later than Saturday March 13th. Contact us via camp10skiarea@yahoo.com.

This sale has exceeded goal and thank you for all who signed up . Next Sale begins March 15th $140 including tax only fifteen passes are available in this sale and this may be the final sale till November.

Thanks for all who enjoyed a couple of bluebird days with us this weekend the snow conditions held up very well. On Sunday we did have about four stops on our chair lift related to a hydraulic fluid leak in on of our brake systems. We were able to take actions to safely continue operation but we do apologize for the unplanned 5 minute stops. The cause was traced and our maintenance team will be replacing the involved components on Tuesday. Both T Bars were in operation at various times through the weekend . We've had a great operating crew this winter and we want to hire just a few more for next winters to give us even more flexibility in our lift operations.
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1 month ago

 

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Sorry I had to miss the last two weekends! I bet they were fun!

Cindy Skinner FYI

The Blue T Bar proved to be a welcome addition as it went into service this morning. We'll have three ski lifts running on Sunday and operating from 9:30 till 4 pm . The weather next week is very questionable so take advantage of Sundays predicted spring skiing.......season pass early bird sale ends at end of day Sunday..$108 now or $190 in November. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

The Blue T Bar  proved to be a welcome addition  as it went into service this morning.  Well have three ski lifts running on Sunday and operating from 9:30 till 4 pm .  The weather next week is very questionable so take advantage of Sundays predicted spring skiing.......season pass early bird sale ends at end of day Sunday..$108  now or $190 in November.

 

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So happy we got out today to ski and got our passes!!

Do you guys take a debit card over the phone for the season passes

Miss you Camp10. What an unusual season it has been but there is no where else I’d rather be tomorrow.

I remember when that was the only lift other than rope tows.

Also interested if we can call the info in.

The T bars are the best!!!

What pass type is the 108.00 for? Full?

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Friday afternoon Snow Check....whoopieeeee! Its looking good! Now Mid March and possibly later is starting to look like a possibility. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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Also can’t make it this weekend but hoping to snowboard all of next weekend there! Love snowboarding in the late season 👍🏻

Coming tomorrow!

Keep us posted. Can’t make it up this weekend but hoping for next weekend

Ditto. Next weekend for sure. Party of 5

Wait for me!

We will be there!

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Wednesday Afternoon snow check....everythings looking good for this weekend. Get your smiles on. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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When are you closing for the season?

Everybody having a great time Sunday plus a bonus of 3 inches of new snow. Conditions are holding up really well, the Early Bird $108 Season Pass Sale is now 60% sold out , the experimental 5th grade program had another good turn out, we added another couple of interested parties to our ski patrol candidate group for next winter, our ski instructors and snowboard instructors were very busy this weekend......lets have a fun in the sun and on the snow time next week end. See you March 6 or 7th ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Everybody having a great time Sunday plus a bonus of 3 inches of new snow.  Conditions are holding up really well, the Early Bird $108 Season Pass Sale is now 60% sold out ,  the experimental 5th grade program had another good turn out, we added another couple of interested parties to our ski patrol candidate group for next winter, our ski instructors and snowboard instructors were very busy this weekend......lets have a fun in the sun and on the snow time next week end. See you March 6 or 7th

 

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Are you open at all during the week to purchase the early bird sale?

Do you need to purchase lift tickets ahead of time or on site? Looking for this Saturday. Will you sell out for the day??

Season Passes for the 2021-2022 Ski Season are now on Sale. The "Early Bird" is the lowest advertised price sale of the year and these funds are escrowed for the critical start up expenditures next November. Once this is established we can then get an good spring start into some major advances in our continuous improvement program to enhance ski area capabilities. We have a number of planned projects in snow grooming equipment, snow making capability expansion, and additions to our outdoor slope lighting systems enabling the reintroduction of some night skiing next winter. Applications are available at the ski area or can be sent out as an attachment on e mails. Season passes will be sold throughout the year but the prices do travel up with each subsequent sale ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Season Passes for the 2021-2022 Ski Season are now on Sale. The Early Bird is the lowest advertised price sale of the year and these funds are escrowed for the critical start up expenditures next November. Once this is established we can then get an good spring start into some major advances in our continuous improvement program to enhance ski area capabilities.  We have a number of planned projects in snow grooming equipment, snow making capability expansion, and additions to our outdoor slope lighting systems enabling the reintroduction of some night skiing next winter. Applications are available at the ski area or can be sent out as an attachment on e mails.  Season passes will be sold throughout the year but the prices do travel up with each subsequent sale

 

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I have 2 children, (will be 5 and 8) in the fall. Do they need season passes as well? Or are young children different prices? Thanks!

Is there a family pass option or just individual? Do the passes include reciprocal days at any other ski hills?

Should we fill out the app on the web site, it's dated 19/20.... Am I missing the current one?

What a great deal!!

What ages are the $30 season passes for? I have five children ages 12, 10, 8, 6, and 4.

Definitely something to think about!

Shared with my ski group 🙏

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Even with the masks you can still see the smiles in their eyes....even though putting on ski boots can be pesky business. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Even with the masks you can still see the smiles in their eyes....even though putting on ski boots can be pesky business.
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