The public is being given a first look at the final components for phase one of the Titletown District, west of Lambeau Field in Green Bay. On Thursday, the Green Bay Packers unveiled renderings of the Titletown District’s park.
The main attraction will be a sledding hill featuring tubing lanes with views of Lambeau.
“The public park in Titletown will be a tremendous asset for our community, and serve as an appealing attraction for visitors and future residents alike,” Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy said. “We made many changes to this first phase of the public park based on input from experts in park planning. The focus groups with community stakeholders were also extremely helpful in this process. We’re excited to see it come to life.”
The sledding hill will be located within an area that includes an ice skating trail and pond, with the hill’s slope, beginning at a height of 45 feet, serving as a roof over two buildings. The skating trail will wind underneath the structure and connect to an open skating area. Ice making, snowmaking and grooming equipment will ensure an extended tubing and skating season for the park. In warmer months, the hill’s sloped green space will offer a unique area for numerous activities.
You can learn more about the Titletown District online.