Goshorn Hills may have been in the hilly area of dunes due west of Goshorn Lake, just north of Saugatuck. On Feb. 10, 1961, The Ludington Daily News snow report listed Goshorn Hills as having excellent conditions for tobogganing and skating. There is no mention of skiing, but often areas with toboggan slides had x-c skiing and the skiers often poached runs down the hills, if they were open enough. The 1961 AAA Winter Fun List, sent to us by Casey Buckleitner, shows Goshorn Hills, 1.5 mi NE of Saugatuck open nightly and Saturday afternoon with rope tows, 3 toboggan runs, and ice skating.
If you have any information about skiing (or tobogganing) at Goshorn Hills, please post it or send it to us via the directions on the About MILSAP page.