Winter Events & Activities

Like to play in the snow? Come join us for fun. For more information, just click on the following links for the winter sport of your choice.  Or click here to see the upcoming winter events and activities.

Winter Lodging
Area and Hotels open year round. Enjoy all of the outdoor winer activities Longville has to offer and enjoy the comforts of home.
Hold on to your helmets. The trails are limitless and the area is geared up for the snowmobile enthusiast. The area trails are regularlygroomed and await those that take to the scenic back country. Bring the family and the sled. We’ll see you on one of the many beautiful trails.
Ice Fishing
The fish still bite in the winter. In fact many local residents only fish the winter months. Be safe and check with the Minnesota DNR for local ice conditions before venturing out.
Cross Country Skiing
For those adventurous at heart, this is the place to be. Scenery, wildlife and companionship await those interested in winter time fun. Enjoy the sparkling snow. Our area offers miles of groomed skiing trails through our enchanting forests.
Adventure deep into the alder and aspen thickets on your snowshoes. No need to stay on the trail when you can make your own. You’ll hear the boom and crack of the frozen lakes and witness the animal tracks traced in the powder. Try one of the trails below or make your own tracks near your favorite lakeshore resort.
Ice Skating & Hockey Rink
The Longville Ice Skating Rink is located at the new City Park & Playground, just south of town on Hwy 84. There is no charge to skate. The rink is open to skaters and hockey players and is lighted to offer evening hours. There are also skates in many sizes available to borrow for free.
Ice Bocce
The Annual Longville Ice Bocce Tournament is held every February on Girl Lake in front of Patricks Fine Dining. Over 60 four-person teams took to the ice lastyear
Winter Fireworks
The festivities start early at the Docksider bar with a chili cook-off that will have keep your taste buds happy until the lakes finally thaw. After that, make the short trip over to Girl Lake for a fireworks display that will leave you dazzled. All that heat has to help melt some of the ice up here right?