Bottineau Winter Park
Bottineau Winter Park Overview
Bottineau Winter Park is a small ski area located in the Turtle Mountains of north central North Dakota. The ski area is the home of Annie’s House Adaptive Recreation Program. Annie’s House offers adaptive recreation programs for veterans and individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. The program serves the entire region with year round programming, equipment, instructors and scholarships.
This family friend recreation center affectionately known as the “jewel above the prairie” has a chair lift and several surface lifts to accommodate skiing, snowboarding and tubing. There are 3.5 miles of hiking and snowshoe trails on site as well.
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Bottineau Winter Park Details
|Elevation: 2270′ to 2450′||Skiable Acres: 40|
|Vertical: 180||Night Skiing: Yes|
|Average Yearly Snowfall: 45″||Food Services: Annie’s House Cafeteria|
|Alcohol: No||Beginner Lifts: Yes|
|Lifts: 6 lifts (1 chair, 4 surface, 1 carpet)||High Speed Lifts: None|
|Rentals: Yes||Ski School: Yes|
|Family Friendly: Yes||Snowmaking: Yes, 100% of skiable terrain|
|Terrain Park: Yes||Lodging: Nearby Bottineau and Lake Metigoshe|
|Runs: 9 trails||Disabled Friendly: Yes, Annie’s House Regional Adaptive Recreation Program|
|Activities: Skiing, Snowboarding, Tubing, Hiking, Snowshoeing||Experience Level: Mostly Beginner, Some Intermediate and Advanced|
Resort Contact Details
|Address:||1 Winter Park Road, Bottineau, ND 58318|