These 7 Snow Tubing Parks In North Carolina Are Perfect For An Unforgettable Winter Outing
We North Carolinians know that life doesn’t stop (or even slow down!) just because a little snow may fall now and again. And what better way to celebrate the winter season than with a family outing to a fun snow tubing park for some jolly fun? If you love snow tubing in North Carolina, check out the seven snow tubing parks below and then start planning your next cold-weather adventure!
Bundle up and have fun storming the frozen snow tubing castle!
(Note: Before heading to any of these places for snow tubing in North Carolina, please read the fine print found at their website links. Links are provided in each description. Just to be sure everyone in your party qualifies to ride… certain parks have height requirements for some slopes. Also, check to see if the snow tubing hills are open before heading out.)
More winter fun awaits in the Tar Heel State — be sure to check out these 10 trails that are perfect for a winter hike in North Carolina!
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Snow Tubing In North Carolina
What are some of the best ski resorts in North Carolina?
The best ski resorts in North Carolina include:
- Sugar Mountain Ski Resort
- Beech Mountain Ski Resort
- Appalachian Ski Mountain
If you’re a beginner looking for a smaller hill to ski, head to Ski Sapphire Valley which has the smallest ski slope in the state. It’s perfect if you’re just starting to learn. There is also a tubing park located at this ski resort. You can also head to Banner Elk to try a few ski resorts there as well as a mountain coaster and snow tubing hills. It’s the perfect town to take a winter vacation and explore for a few days.
Where can I find sled riding hills in North Carolina?
Located on Beech Mountain, you can find an epic sled riding hill next to the Visitors Center in town. Best of all it’s free - just bring your own sled! Located in Charlotte, Cordelia Park offers an incredible sled riding hill that is sure to make your snowy winter fun.
What are some of the worst winter storms in North Carolina's history?
Although North Carolina is a southern state, it’s still seen its fair share of winter storms throughout the years. In the year 2000, the Great Blizzard, a category 3 nor’easter, dumped over 24 inches of snow around the state in 24 hours causing power outages and dangerous conditions around the state. In March 1993, a superstorm blizzard dumped over two feet of snow and caused extensive damage and hundreds of deaths. It has been referred to as the “storm of the century.”