Its hot out but its better to do snow gun maintenance now rather than when its below zero with a howling wind. Seven ground units getting tuned up. A bit later we'll be into the tower mounted units.. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Our June Pass Sale is "sold out" but we will still accept sign ups through June 25th so anything in the late mail will still be accepted. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Last winter our ski and snowboard school set a Camp 10 Ski Area record for number of lessons taught. So we are planning ahead to make next winter even bigger and better. For those of you that may have family, friends, acquaintances that have never skied before or perhaps they haven't skied in a number of years and need to get "restarted" we are making available an advanced reservation sale at a spectacular Learn to Ski Package price.
$39 included s lift ticket, ski rental equipment package, and a one hour lesson. Four separate class dates are currently available .
Saturday Jan 2nd, Sunday Jan 3rd, Saturday Jan 9th, or Sunday Jan 10th. Class size maximum is 8 skiers, minimum is 3 skiers. Two alternate "weather dates "( option reschedule dates in the event of extreme weather) will by be established.
Reserve your slot by sending name, age, e mail address, phone number and 1st & 2nd choice dates and payment to Camp 10 Ski Area c/o 19165 North Hills Drive Brookfield, WI 53045. We realize that many following us on Facebook may not be a beginner or a restarting skier but you can help by sharing this info with as many of your friends as you can. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Took a curve too fast with the big groomer and everything got out of tilt....well no not exactly. Part of our summer maintenance - we can tilt the cab of the groomer to get easy access to the driveline, brakes, transmission etc. We've got some work to do on the exhaust pipe, replace some wiring, adjust the parking brake and good stuff like that.
We are looking for a couple more good skiers to become part of our ski school next winter....no prior experience ? You'll be earning under our PSIA level 2 director....had previous experience ? You will be right at home.....we have flexible coverage schedules and a lot of fun bringing new people of all ages into the sport plus adding some skills for the more advanced. Contact us via email@example.com
Volunteers ? Ski Patrol and Mountain Hosts....our National Ski Patrol certified instructors will get you up to snuff in the required first aid training and toboggan rescue techniques. Interested ? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our June Season Pass Sale is almost sold out....better act soon as the next opportunity wont be till fall and of course still a good deal but not quite as good as the one now. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Yes its summertime....but yesterday we visited a ski area and acquired four more of the Snowstream 320 boom mounted snowmaking machines. We'll start the disassembly and transport to Camp 10 Ski Area this week. The technology on these snowguns dates back to the late 70's but they were the machines that led the revolution in snowmaking..and even today these guns are efficient and generate large quantities of snow.as you can see from the pic they do generate large piles of snow. We have six of these units presently installed plus five more that we are building up plus these four that we just acquired plus another eight carriage mounted units plus one very modern "Pole Cat" snowmaker. This is all part of the continuous improvement program we have at Camp 10 Ski Area. Our objective is to be able to go from zero snow on the ground to an opened ski area within 24 hours...that a pretty high goal but thats our goal. Its super when we have great early snowfalls but as everyone saw winter before last we had almost no snow till the middle of January. No snowmobile trails were open, no cross country ski trails were open but Camp 10 Ski Area had good skiing. We appreciate the support we receive from all of our customers from near and far that continues to make these things possible.. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
CAMP 10 SKI AREA SUMMER SEASON PASS SALE $119 per pass . Children 8 and under may purchase a pass for $20 when a parent or grandparent purchases a season pass. Pass Sale runs June 8th through June 30th or until allocation sells out whichever occurs first.
We understand that with the lifting of many State and surrounding areas restrictions being lifted and many already have their summer budgets planned out. Consequently we are offering this summer sale with a coupe of options: purchase in full at $119 including tax ($20 for age 8 and under ) or purchase with a $25 deposit and the remaining $94 due by November 1st. A standard application and waiver form will be mailed to all pass purchasers Make your check payable to Camp 10 Ski Area and mail it to Camp 10 Inc. c/o 19165 North Hills Dr Brookfield, WI 53045. Include name(s) of passholders covered in the purchase, address, phone, and e mail address (Camp 10 Ski Area does not sell or provide passholder information to third party entities or others).
Passholders will also have the option of "adding the "Pass Perks" laminated photo ID option in Novemeber....Our Pass Perks program is a cooperative effort with a number of sister ski areas that enables a 50% lift ticket discount off regularly priced lift tickets at those areas. A great opportunity to visit other ski areas at a sweet discount. Details posted later this summer. Pass perks is only available as an optional add on.
Early Bird sale sold out in 24 hours, Spring Sale sold out in 5 days....act soon. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
If we were closer, we'd take this great bargain. Good luck !
Love me some Rhinelander skiing where everyone treats you like family & the prices are fair.
Support The Hodag Store B&B resale.
What are your normal winter rates?
To add the pass perk option for others resorts is there an additional cost?
Gren just mailed you $ for Tele Tom
Just mailed a deposit for 2 passes.
Ok, ok so we've had a couple of really hot muggy days...this is what we'll be seeing in about 165 days.......but back to now - made very good progress on the Large groomer rewiring project, the lift frame mechanism for the compactor bar has been improved and we'll be ordering new track belting this week. Next week we start wrapping up the design of the new front hard pack destroyer for the LMC 2100 front attachment....all good stuff . Is there anyone out there with good tuckpointing experience ?....we need some chimney stones re cemented and would be happy to work our a spectacular barter deal . Summer season pass sale starts Monday June 8th and will run a max of three weeks or till the units have sold out. More info will be posted on Monday. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Hard to believe just a few months ago we had all that snow but that’s the greatest part of living in the Northwoods having the Four Seasons. 😍
I love living with 4 distinct seasons!!
It is serenity now
Well one fringe benefit of the stay at home time was addressing another challenge with our snow grooming equipment ...the before picture shows the back side of the instrument panel with half the gauges not working and an impossible mess to work with......the second one is the completely rewired instrument panel with all of the none working components replaced. Nice thing about this is the new set up could be bench tested before installing. Next up is the installation on Sunday. One hundred and eight days till we start making snow. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Neat and clean panel work Gren, but I have never seen a panel like that on any upright pianos before. Is the piano a thiokol?
Sure sure things are starting to open up a little bit but you may still be playing it safe and staying closer to home...and maybe going a little, how shall we say ?, nuts. Ok so here comes another little diversion. Fun on the snow starts in about 180 days and one of the keys to having more fun on the snow is having those body parts in good shape...heres a You tube fitness program put together by a physical therapist who also happens to be a PSIA instructor. Take a look and go have some fun with it, and if you really get in good shape theres an 80 year old guy that might let you try to beat him on the Camp 10 Ski Area slalom course......well maybe instead we could just talk about it. Anyway give it a look youtu.be/wFNICXGenLk ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Heres a little divergence for you....according to the operations log book from Sunday Dec 29, 1974 (Rhinelander -Tomahawk Ski Corp)
Base 0-2 inches no new snow conditions poor
Attendance 278 which included 89 season pass holders, 57 adult lift tickets, 92 student lift tickets, 32 bunny tow tickets , and 2 two day tickets for a total of 278 lift tickets....all of this on the 0 to 2 inch base
Somehow, in this day and age I dont thi nk we could quite get away with that
Thought that might give you a chuckle in todays crazy world. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
I was a senior in high school over in Price County that winter. Unfortunately I never knew about Camp 10 until many years later. Anyway being tied to the cows and no transportation it was probably for the best.
0-2.... So mud?!
I had a season pass that year. It was a terrible season. But we went anyway.
I was there
Oh big mama would have been there! But we bought house in 75
We were there a lot in those days.
People using 2x4's as skis too?😅
Just spent about an hour and a half on a vidio conference through the National Ski Areas Association with about 180 other ski area owners/GMs and ski area cafe/restaurant managers regarding recommended best practices and special actions to insure guest and staff safety in this coming ski season....lots of good stuff but you'll also be pleased to know that our plans are already matching with some of the best and biggest players in the industry. Rest assured we are doing and planning everything we can to present staff, volunteers , and guests with the best winter experience possible. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Wow, todays the big 80....hard to believe that I've now spent more of my life in my avocation in the ski industry compared to my vocation in the industrial industry but what a hoot. The ski industry has basically been a labor of love enjoying much of the challenge of owning/developing a decent sized ski area in a remote (relative to those near large population centers) location . The added challenge of doing everything out of cash flow has added a few grey hairs but the overall adventure has kept me mentally alert (sometimes debatable) and relatively fit. The past two years have been a bit more challenging as the bod is showing a bit of wear and tear but its still been doable thanks to an excellent group of employees, some fine spurts of community volunteerism, and some pretty wonderful customers. This past winter I had opportunities to sit back and reflect on just how fortunate all of us are with our relatively young staff that certainly rose to the occasion.....they were at the point that the day to day operations were in good hands in all facets and I became more of a cheerleader than a doer.
This years new addition of covid-19 has added another bump but we are still forging ahead. We will have many things in place for the winter season that will enhance protection for staff and customers...all of the things you have been hearing about plus some added things that may be unique to our operation. We think the plan is good and will continue to tweak based on best practices as they are developed.
Operations will have some new goodies this year as more improvements are being made to our grooming equipment including special attachments to address those "hardpack" days during limited fresh snow periods, more work to bring more aerial snowmaking equipment on line, and an expansion of community youth programs. All of this as a plan of celebrating my big 80 year and as necessary steps to help assure a successful transition when transition time comes.
Stay healthy stay safe and thanks to all of you for being part of the Camp 10 Ski Area adventure.
Gren ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
Happy big eight oh🎈
You love sharing the sport with others & it shows it many ways.
Thanks for keeping costs so that families of all income levels can visit to enjoy different terrain options.
❄️ ❤️ ❄️ 🌲 ⛷ ⛷ ❄️
Here’s to Gren! 🍻 🍺
Old enough to be wise
and young enough to keep the chairs spinning at his cozy crazy oldschool hill.
Happy Birthday Gren! 🎂. Thanks for bringing us your Camp 10 Ski Area adventure!
Happy Birthday Gren! I remember that first 4 years with you at Camp 10. Good times.... 😁
Happy Birthday Gren!! Camp 10 has brought many families Great memories for many years! You can be very proud of this accomplishment!! Enjoy your day!!
Happy Birthday Green!!! May this year be full of joy.
Enjoy your isolation birthday.
Hard to blow out the candles with a mask on. Lol
Happy birthday and thanks for all that you and your team do!
Happy Birthday Gren! I worked for you 38yrs ago. How time flies! Wishing you many more happy & healthy years ahead!
Happy Birthday, Gren. Here is to hoping for your best season yet!
Have a great year being 80 when things are not the same old routine
Happy birthday Gren! Hope your 80th year is your best one yet!
Happy birthday Gren! Looking forward to skiing at Camp 10 this winter.
Happy Birthday Young Man!
Happy birthday!! Can't wait to see you again!!
Happy Birthday Gren. I hope you never slow down
Happy birthday gren! Here's to your health!
Happy 80th birthday, Gren.
Happy Birthday Gren.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Gren!🎂🎉🎁🎈
Happy Birthday Gren! 🎉
Happy Birthday sir!
Happy Birthday Gren!!
Happy Birthday Grenn!!
A bit of light on the horizon but its still a situation where we have to have a plan A ...a plan B... and even a plan C. and doing that while working through the state business environment...and no we dont mean this as a crying in our beer, or whatever, as many businesses and families are going through even bigger challenges. We cant fix that but what we can do is our very best for our staff and our customers in doing "stuff" to insure that you'll have a lot of fun next winter. A very very special thank you to all of our customers who stepped up and purchased season passes for next winter....we appreciate all of our customers ,staff,and volunteers. Camp 10 Ski Area absolutely wouldn't be possible with the involvement of all of you. Keep safe, follow the recommendations, have some fun when you can, and think of others. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
Covid-19 and what is your Camp 10 Ski Area doing/contemplating with respect to staff and guests ? We will be having some employee activity in the off season and then as we progress toward fall and winter operations we also have to consider what mitigation/prevention steps to have in place if needed. The reality is that we could see a second wave which, based on information available, could run early fall till early December. Our approach is hope for the best and prepare for the not so best....with that in mind we can tell you that a planning process has started which, among other things , has included teleconferencing with ski areas throughout the United States and Canada . Almost all ski areas are currently in a shutdown mode with minimal staffing related to maintenance and construction. We will have some of our employees and volunteer construction crews starting to do our off season stuff in a few weeks. So step one is to have our plan in place to minimize close proximity and exposure to virus exposure for our off season team. Looking towards the winter operation (we think the virus concern will be behind us our greatly minimized by then) we have to have some steps in place with respect to inside operations, lift operator interaction, and ski patrol protocols , . In a few weeks there will be more cross industry communications where we will be exchanging thoughts/ideas etc relating to guest experience and what can be done to reduce risk. In short a lot is going on and a lot of procedures are being developed across the winter sports industry. Through our involvement with the Mid America Ski Association and the National Ski Areas Association we will be in a good position to utilize the best of ideas and approaches that fit our employees, guests, volunteers, and operation. In the meantime stay safe and wear a mask when in public things will get better. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago