Snow Tubing

Snow Tubing, Winterplace

Four resorts in West Virginia accommodate snow tubing,  and new tubing parks are opening throughout the mountain counties every few years. Wherever you find a ski area, you’re likely to find a snow-tubing park nearby . Fun for all ages, snow tubing requires little skill, which makes a run no-less exciting.

Oak Hill, WV 25901
Phone: 1-800-787-3992

The largest adventure resort in North American opened a six-lane, 800-foot-long snow-tubing hill with a tow-lift in 2013. The first non-ski resort in West Virginia to offer a tubing hill, the resort is a popular destination for winter retreats. The hill will also double as a water slide in summer.

Davis, WV 26260
Phone: 800-622-4121

The snow tubing park at Canaan Valley features specially designed tubes and five 850-foot long lanes A handle-tow pulls you to the top of the hill. Tubing is permitted for riders who are four-years-old and older and at least 42 inches high. Tubing sessions are two hours in length.

Snowshoe, WV
Phone: (304) 572-1000

The Coca-Cola Tube Park at Snowshoe Mountain features a six-lane, 600-foot tubing hill at its Ruckus Ridge Adventure Park at Silver Creek Resort. It’s an ideal winter activity for families and for guests of the resort who aren’t interested in skiing or snowboarding.

Flat Top, WV 25841
Phone: 800-607-7669

The largest snow tubing park in West Virginia and perhaps the largest overall in the Southeast, Winterplace boasts 16 lanes with two super carpet lifts. Tubing is permitted for riders who are four-years-old and older and at least 42 inches high.

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