The 9 Best Places In Pennsylvania To Go Snow Tubing This Winter

Remember grabbing your sled on a snowy day, running to the top of the nearest hill, and sliding down at breakneck speed when you were a kid? And then you rush up to the top of the hill to do it all over again…and again? Relive that childhood magic, only on a snow tube, this winter. Here are the nine best places to go snow tubing in Pennsylvania.

You’ll find some of the best snow tubing in Pennsylvania at these nine winter parks and, for an old-fashioned winter adventure, slide down an icy hill on this toboggan in Eagles Mere.

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December 27, 2021

What are the best trails for winter hiking in Pennsylvania?

Winter is both a magical and quiet time of year to go hiking in Pennsylvania. You can hike to the gorgeous Raymondskill Falls in Milford. This waterfall has a drop of 150 feet and there’s nothing quite like seeing it frozen in the winter. Ohiopyle State Park has a few frozen waterfalls you can hike to in the colder months and each is absolutely beautiful to see!

Are there any cozy cabins I can spend the night in Pennsylvania?

If you’re interested in a cozy weekend stay at a cabin, how about one that has a hot tub. Check out these five cozy cabins with hot tubs that are perfect for a winter getaway.

Where can I go downhill skiing in Pennsylvania?

Several of the resorts mentioned above also offer downhill skiing. There’s also Elk Mountain Ski Resort, Blue Knob All Seasons Resort, and Whitetail Resort, just for a few additional options.