Winter is coming, and we have everything you need to know for a season of snow tubing for the whole family! Whether you are looking for a spontaneous trip on a day off from school or a weekend getaway, there are plenty of incredible tubing spots to be found across New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Check out the LED-lit night-tubing at Camelback Mountain Resort or hit the 46 lanes at the Blue Mountain Resort for a fun-filled snow season!
Looking for more winter fun? Read our list of Family-Friendly Ski Resorts 2022 for holiday inspiration!
Do you have your own snow tubes ready to go? Take advantage of a snow day and head out to Liberty State Park for family fun! This park has beautiful views of the NYC skyline all year, but they are especially beautiful when you are flying down a snowy slope!
While the Campgaw Mountain Ski Area has great options for skiing and snowboarding, this quick trip out of the city is worth it for family tubing!
All equipment is provided. Riders must be at least 42 inches tall, and certain sessions require participants to be at least 48 inches tall. Be sure to book your passes ahead of time: passes go on sale six days prior to the date of your visit.
This 600-foot hill is perfect for the whole family! After each ride, take a quick conveyor belt trip back to the top for another go.
All riders on the big hill must be 42 inches tall, but riders between 36 and 42 inches tall can be accompanied by adults in tandem tubes. All kids under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 36 inches tall can enjoy the Little Tikes tubing hill and smaller hill to play in the snow!
With seven lanes and two conveyor belts, this tubing spot is ready for your family to visit! No ski boots or equipment are required, and limited parent-child tandem tubes are available for children under 46 inches tall to ride. The recommended age for riders is 4 years old.
This 42-lane snow tubing park in the Poconos is the ultimate tubing experience! Be sure to check out the resort’s iconic “Galactic” snow tubing by night, complete with an LED light show every night.
If you are looking to take your kids for a weekend getaway, be sure to book at the Camelback Lodge and enjoy the indoor water park, Aquatopia!
Riders must be 44 inches tall to ride or be accompanied by an adult in a double tube or tube chain for riders over 33 inches tall. Riders under 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Located in the Catskills, this one-lane tubing hill is a great place for beginners! All riders must be 44 inches tall. If you have a kiddo who loves playing in the snow, the park offers birthday party packages for groups, too! Be sure to book all sessions in advance.
These companion resorts open early and close late in the season, so your family is in for lots of fun this winter! Jack Frost boasts six lanes and two cable tows at summits of 2,000 feet or higher.
Meanwhile, Big Boulder has twenty chutes and two conveyor belts available for even more snow fun. The recommended height for riders is 42 inches.
Looking to get some speed on the slopes? This resort has 46 lanes which run over one thousand feet long! Kids are required to be 36 inches tall, with single and double tubes available for everything your family needs.
Beginners and veterans alike will love everything about this experience, from the trek up to Hunter Mountain to free range over the 20 lanes with length almost up to 1,000 feet. A conveyor belt makes it even easier to spend time tubing down the hill. Feeling tired? Rest and replenish at the snack bar and fire pit!