Here in Ohio, there’s plenty to do when you get cabin fever in the winter months. Skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing in Ohio are just a few of the fun winter activities you can indulge in – but there’s one winter resort that takes the idea of snow tubing to a whole other level with colorful glowing lanes. Glow tubing at Snow Trails in Mansfield, Ohio is a one-of-a-kind winter activity you’ll definitely want to try out this season. Take a look:

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What are some other snow tubing hills in Ohio?

If you can’t get enough of snow tubing in Ohio, you’ve got plenty of options. Bubly Tubing Park at Mad River Mountain Resort in Zanesfield is Ohio’s biggest snow tubing park, with snow tubes provided and a conveyor belt that brings you back to the top of the tubing lanes. Valley’s Edge Snow Tubing is a small but exciting tubing park in New Paris, with a 1,000 foot long hill, cable lifts, and a lodge to warm up in. The Polar Blast Tubing Park in Northfield is the largest snow tubing park in Northeast Ohio, and features “super lanes” for that extra adrenaline rush. You can also go glow tubing at Funtimes Fun Park in Alliance, Ohio, where you’ll find 100 foot slide runs and synthetic ice.

What are some of the best sled riding hills in Ohio?

Ohio has tons of sled riding hills that provide an exciting experience for all ages. There’s Engle Road Sled Riding Hill in Middleburg Heights, Punderson State Park’s sledding hill in Newbury, Glen Oak Park in Lewis Center, and multiple locations within Cleveland Metroparks. For more sledding hills in Cleveland specifically, check out this guide.

What are some other ski resorts in Ohio?

Ohio might not be well-known for its skiing, but it’s home to quite a few excellent ski resorts. Alpine Valley in Chesterland features wooded trails and frequent natural snowfall. Boston Mills Ski Resort in Peninsula, and its sister ski area, Brandywine in Sagamore, are both highly popular destinations for skiers. Boston Mills boasts the steepest ski slope in Ohio, and even offers skiing at night. And Mad River Mountain in Zanesfield doesn’t just offer snow tubing – this ski resort covers over 144 acres and has plenty to do for both beginning skiers and experts.

Looking for more winter adventures in Ohio? This guide can help.

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