Where to Find Great Snow Tubing in the Northeast

Have some winter family fun! Spend a thrilling afternoon whizzing down mountain tops at some of the best snow tubing spots in the Northeast.
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Winter is officially here and snow tubing is the perfect way to break in the season. Sliding down mountaintops at full speed, quick breaks for hot cocoa, time with family and friends – these are the ingredients for a perfect day. Just remember to dress appropriately – your toes and fingers will thank you! From Pennsylvania to Maine, these are some of our favorite snow tubing spots in the Northeast.

Note: Due to the ever-changing nature of the COVID-19 crisis, please see official websites before visiting to check for restrictions or closures.

Pennsylvania

Camelback Mountain

As the biggest snow tubing park in the U.S. with over 40 lighting-fast lanes, Camelback Resort has plenty of slopes to go around. Enjoy the traditional (and always awesome) snow tubing experience or try something a little different. Galactic Snowtubing features an after-dark LED light show bound to keep everyone excited once the sun goes down. Camelback also offers skiing, snowboarding, zip lining, a mountain coaster and the indoor water park Aquatopia. Purchasing tickets online in advance is encouraged.

More snow tubing in Pennsylvania: Blue MountainJack Frost – Big BoulderMontage MountainRoundtop Mountain ResortShawnee Mountain, White Lightning at Poconos Mountain Villas

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New Jersey

Mountain Creek Drop Zone Snow Tubing Park

Visit the park and breeze down well-maintained slopes at top speed for a day of good times and laughs. Once you’ve reached the bottom, skip the hike back up with a Magic Carpet lift to the top. When you’ve had enough tubing for the day, try skiing or snowboarding on one of Mountain Creek’s intermediate slopes. Kids must be 42 inches tall and at least 5 years old to snow tube. Limited ticket quantities are available; advanced purchase required for all visits.

More snow tubing in New Jersey: Campgaw Mountain

New York

The Windham Mountain Adventure Park

Zoom down six lanes of 650-foot snow-covered slopes! You can enjoy the thrill in a single canvas-covered tube or tie multiple tubes together. And if the little ones need a break, warm up with hot cocoa at Sliders Cafe. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Windham Mountain Adventure Park also offers ice skating, kids’ snowmobiles and, of course, skiing and snowboarding. Day and night, this park is guaranteed to keep you entertained all winter long.

More snow tubing in New York: Four Seasons Golf & Ski Center, Holiday Mountain Ski & Fun ParkHunter MountainMount PeterPlattekill Mountain, West Mountain Tubing Park

Bonus: If you own snow tubes and want to go snow tubing for free, then check out the Lake George Recreation Center.

Connecticut

Powder Ridge Mount Park & Resort

The tubing runs at Powder Ridge can reach some pretty high speeds. Purchase weekday or weekend pass, or go at night for Interstellar Tubing with colorful glowing lights. When you’re done braving the cold outdoors, enjoy a warm, cozy atmosphere and a meal at the Fire at the Ridge Restaurant & Tavern.

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Massachusetts

Nashoba Valley

Nashoba Valley’s slopes provide snowy excitement for all ages. Open seven days and nights, the Littleton tubing park is the largest in New England, with 18 tubing lanes serviced by four lifts. Afterward, cozy up in the lodge and stop by the snack bar, which includes a full-service bar.

More snow tubing in Massachusetts: Berkshire EastBousquet MountainSki ButternutSki Ward

New Hampshire

Cranmore Mountain

Ride forward, backward or spin down the hill – you can do it all at Cranmore’s Tubing Park. Featuring 10 lanes, you can spend the whole day whooshing down the slopes. Open every weekend through the winter.

More snow tubing in New Hampshire: Great Glen Trails Outdoor CenterGunstock Mountain ResortKing Pine Loon MountainMcIntyre Ski AreaMount Washington ResortPats PeakWaterville Valley Resort

Rhode Island 

Yawgoo Valley

Yawgoo Valley may be the only snow tubing park in Rhode Island, but that has nothing to do with its great reputation. The park includes seven perfectly carved lanes and tow ropes, which means plenty of tubing for everyone. Children need to be at least 42 inches tall to tube. Advance reservation required.

No matter where you are in the Northeast or what mountain you’re tubing down, remember to let loose. Snow tubing brings out the inner child in all of us. So when you’re flying down that snowy slope at top speed, don’t hold back any laughs or screams. Dress warm and enjoy the time with your family and friends.

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Can’t get enough snow? Check out some of our favorite skiing and snowboarding spots in the Northeast.

What’s your favorite snow tubing spot? Tell us in the comments. 

This post was first published in 2017 and has been updated.

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