Winter is here to stay, at least for a little while, and one way to make the best of the cold, snowy weather is with a trip to a ski resort. Not a skier? That’s okay – ski resorts these days offer all kinds of fun winter options, not the least of which is snowtubing!
To learn more about tubing at Snowshoe, head over to their website! Alternatively, you can also find some information and plenty of pictures on their Facebook page. Purchasing tickets in advance is encouraged, and you can do so on their website. Two-hour tubing session tickets start at $5 for the youngest tubers (they even have their own separate tubing hill!), and mid-week and groups-of-four discounts are also available for students and adults.
Snowshoe Mountain isn’t the only tubing hill around. If you love to get out and play in the snow, give Blackwater Falls State Park a try as well … it’s the longest sled run in the east!
OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.