The calendars still may not say we’ve hit winter in Buffalo until late December, 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. The region is notorious for heavy snowfall even very early in the season and it can be a little discouraging how quickly the weather goes from temperate to isolating. But never fear! Here in Buffalo we’ve got several surefire ways to combat the cold weather woes. 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! When it comes to snow tubing near Buffalo, this is the place to be.

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, check out this article: The Magical Buffalo Christmas Tree That Comes Alive With A Million Colorful Lights!

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Snow Tubing Near Buffalo

Where can I sled in Buffalo?

In addition to the classic Chestnut Ridge Park experience, check out these other tubing spots, you can event rent tubes at some of them.

  • Delaware Park/Shakespeare Hill
  • Amherst Middle School
  • Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens
  • Akron Falls Park
  • Ellicott Creek Park
  • Como Lake Park
  • Fort Niagra
  • Elma Meadows Golf Course and Park
  • Reservoir State Park
  • Beaver Island State Park
  • Arcade Park
  • Bond Lake Park
  • Fairmount Park
  • Gunther’s Hill
  • Holiday Valley Tubing
  • Sprague Brook
  • Sunshine Park