Buffalo November 20, 2018
Take This Buffalo Tube Ride For An Epic Winter Adventure
The calendars still may say that we haven’t quite hit winter, but if you take a look outside your window here in the Queen City and surrounding areas in Western New York you’ll find that winter has clearly arrived. From the frigid drop in temperatures to all of the snow we’ve already begun to receive, it’s time to grab your favorite tube and start making the most of this season!
Only minutes outside of the heart of Buffalo, Chestnut Ridge Park has officially begun to turn into a winter wonderland. We've seen more and more snow and our favorite parks gearing up for this thrilling season.
Generally speaking, you might be used to enjoying other activities in this park, like hiking to one of our most epic waterfalls or going for a ride down the historic toboggan chutes.
Don't worry though Buffalonians! If you don't have your own toboggan, there's still
plenty of ways to have fun here.
On the other side of Chestnut Ridge's famous hill, you'll find the never-ending sight of fresh powdered snow for you to fly across with your favorite tube.
All Buffalonians need to do is bundle up and head on over to Chestnut Ridge Park to enjoy winter's most bittersweet gift.
After a long day of tubing on this epic hill, you can head inside the Commissioner's Cabin to grab some hot drinks and snacks or even get cozy by the fireplace that will help warm you up.
Open every day of the week as long as the weather permits, the next time you find yourself bored and surrounded by snow, remember to go have some fun at Chestnut Ridge Park.
Bonus? From the top of the hill, you'll have an amazing view of Buffalo's skyline that you won't be able to get enough of. The sledding hill at Chestnut Ridge Park is free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and is located at 6121 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Orchard Park, NY 14127. To find out more information, click
Do you prefer to go tubing or tobogganing at Chestnut Ridge Park? For other ways to enjoy the snow around the Queen City this season, read about The Magical Buffalo Christmas Tree That Comes Alive With A Million Colorful Lights!