The Longest Snow Tubing Run In Rhode Island Can Be Found At Yawgoo Valley Ski Area
The Yawgoo Valley Ski Area and Water Park is a fantastic year-round destination — in fact, it’s the only place in Rhode Island where you can do both. And (usually) from mid-December until the last snowfall, you can also enjoy their epic snow tubing hill. If snow tubing in Rhode Island is something you’ve never tried, this is the perfect place to start.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
Have you ever been snow tubing in Rhode Island? If you have, tell us where in the comments. Check the Yawgoo Valley Ski Area website to see when the snow tubing hill is open. You can also purchase tickets online. Here are some other ways to entertain yourself in Rhode Island all winter.
Address: Yawgoo Valley Ski Area & Water Park, 160 Yawgoo Valley Rd, Exeter, RI 02822, USA
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Snow Tubing In Rhode Island
January 05, 2022
Where are some of the best sled riding hills in Rhode Island?
Sledding can be just as much fun as snow tubing. Rhode Island has plenty of hills to enjoy sled riding whether it’s on the weekends or on a snow day. Some of the best sledding in the state can be done on snow-covered dunes at Big River Management Area in West Greenwich. Aside from there, you can find some epic hills in Central Falls at Jenks Park, Diamond Hill in Cranston, Fort Adam’s State Park in Newport, and India Point Park in Providence, among many other locations around the state.
What are some of the best things to do in winter in Rhode Island?
Looking for some fun winter activities to cure your cabin fever? Head to the ice rink in Providence and try the incredibly fun ice bumper cars. The whole family will love it! If you enjoy horseback riding, why not go for a trail ride in the snow at Lincoln Woods? You can find additional seasonal activities in this post.
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