Looking for ways to get outside in the snow beyond skiing? How about tubing? It’s family-friendly and requires no lessons or know-how. Most anyone can do it assuming they can hold on – although tube parks typically have height and/or age requirements. Make sure to check before you go!
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Mount Snow’s Tubing Hill
Located on Mixing Bowl at the base of Mount Snow between the Main Base Lodge and the Grand Summit Resort Hotel, the tubing hill is one of the largest in Vermont and features its own Magic Carpet surface lift with a cover.
$30 for 2 hours, tickets must be purchased online
11 am-5 pm, Fri-Sun and holidays
39 Mount Snow Rd, West Dover, VT
The Coca-Cola Tube Park at Stratton Mountain
Located in the Sun Bowl behind the Sun Bowl Lodge, the park has groomed tubing lanes with lift service, light refreshments, and a fire pit! The lanes are also lit for night tubing until 8 pm.
$35 for 50 minutes, $40 for holidays, ages 5 and up
Purchase tickets in advance, check the website for hours
43 Sun Bowl Rd, Stratton Mountain, VT
Berkshire East Tubing Park
Three 500-foot groomed tubing lanes with fast Pepsi of Brattleboro tubes and a Magic Carpet lift.
$25 for 1.5 hrs, Reservations strongly recommended
10-4 pm Saturdays and Sundays and holidays
66 Thunder Mountain Rd, Charlemont, MA
Grafton Trails and Outdoor Center
Not yet open for the season due to weather conditions – stay tuned!
$20 for adults, $10 for youth
$40 for a family (2 parents and up to 2 kids)
783 Townshend Rd, Grafton, VT