Our vision is to create an outdoor community center with accessible design and a conservation ethic. With purpose-built cross country skiing and mountain biking trails, anchored by a public shared-use community building, the Center will offer a turn-key outdoor venue for sports events and training, and a year-round focus on recreation and educational programming.
City of Middleton
Capitol Off Road Pathfinders (CORP)
Cornerstone Environmental Group
Dane County Parks
J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.
Madison Area Sports Commission
Madison Nordic Ski Club & Blackhawk Ski Club
U.S. Ski & Snowboard
U.S Olympic & Paralympic Committee
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Wisconsin Department of Tourism
Workshop Architects & Gensler Architects
With purpose-built cross country skiing and mountain biking trails, anchored by a public shared-use community building, the Center will offer a turn-key outdoor venue for sport events and training, and a year-round focus on recreation and educational programming.
UPDATE / APRIL 13, 2021
Final plans for the access drive and parking lot have been submitted to the contractor.
Stormwater permit application is pending City of Middleton approval of the final plans for the access drive and parking lot.
CXC has raised 82% of required funding for the access drive, initial parking lot and snowmaking permanent infrustructure
Access drive and parking lot construction is set to begin in June!
Thank you for making the vision for the Center become a reality! For more information on becoming involved and helping to deliver this unique outdoor recreation and sports facility, please contact:
- with Mike Davis / City Administrator, Middleton (WI)
- with Claire Seguin / Science Teacher, Lincoln Elementary School, Madison (WI)
- with Steve Myrland / Sports Performance & Rehabilitation
- with Jenn Ojibway / Parent of Adaptive Athlete
- with Mike Wollmer and John Hutchinson / Ace Age Trail Alliance
- with Mike Frank / Middleton Chamber of Commerce