A young person enjoys snow tubing down a hill.

Boler Mountain, London | Ontario's Southwest

Best snow tubing hills in Ontario

A young person enjoys snow tubing down a hill.

Boler Mountain, London | Ontario's Southwest

Like tobogganing, snow tubing involves rocketing down a snow-packed track without breaks, only with the added element of spinning in an inner tube.

The best part? It’s no skill, all-thrill fun.

Before heading out, be sure to check with each facility for any helmet requirements and height restrictions. Then hang on and enjoy the ride! 

If you’re looking for where to go snow tubing, check out these action-packed places to snow tube in Ontario.

Snow Tubing Hill at Horseshoe Resort, Barrie

Horseshoe Resort is home to Ontario’s longest snow tubing hill. At over 600 metres, this thrill ride needs to be on your winter bucket list. Don’t worry, there’s a magic carpet lift back up!

With more snow-based adventures like skiing, snowboarding, fat biking and slope-side ice skating, plus a variety of great accommodations options, make it a winter getaway at Horseshoe Resort.

Location: 1101, Horseshoe Valley Road West, Barrie

Tube Park at Boler Mountain, London

The three tube runs at this adventure park tower ten stories high and allows riders to reach speeds of up to 70 kilometres per hour—that’d get you a speeding ticket on most Ontario streets! 

Pre-purchase tickets online to avoid disappointment. 

Location: 689 Griffith Street, London

Ski Lakeridge Resort Tube Park, Uxbridge 

Fulfill your inner tubing fantasy with two hours of unlimited snow tubing Ski Lakeridge Resort Tube Park just north of Toronto in the Oak Ridges Moraine.

Admission includes snow tube rental and lift. Onsite cafeteria-style dining is available for when you need to fuel up.

Location: 790 Chalk Lake Road, Uxbridge

Chicopee Tube Park, Kitchener  

Dedicated to the thrill of snow tubing, this park offers a massive, multi-lane tube run that’s over 270 metres.

There’s also a large log chalet with a café and a licenced lounge complete with an outdoor viewing deck overlooking the snow hill.

Can’t get enough? Stay at the Radisson Hotel Kitchener Waterloo (a four-minute drive away) to make it a weekend of pure tubing delight. 

Location: 1600 River Road East, Kitchener

Ski Snow Valley, Minesing

Located in Ontario’s famed "snow belt," Snow Valley offers some of the best tubing terrain in the province. Fly down one of 14 chutes over ten stories high and serviced by three lifts to whisk you back to the top.

Relax between runs in the tube chalet or go watch tubers-in-training at the adorable Kidz Zone. 

Location: 2632 Vespra Valley Road, Minesing

Hike 'n Tube at Blue Mountain, The Blue Mountains

Not one to be left off a snow-related list, Blue Mountain Resort is Ontario’s mecca for year-round family fun, but it really heats up in the winter.

Add tubing to the extensive menu of snow activities offered with a hike up and zoom down back to base camp. 

Location: 150 Jozo Weider Boulevard, The Blue Mountains

Mount Jamieson Resort, Timmins  

What’s better than hurtling down an icy hill in a whirling innertube all day? Tubing all day … and into the night.

Check out the evening hours and ticket options at this exhilarating tube hill located not far from downtown Timmins. 

Location: 5050 Kamiskotia Road, Timmins

Tube and Terrain Park at the Roc, Keswick  

Find adventure in York Region at this multi-activity playground, which includes a thrilling four-lane tube hill complete with carpet lift and snowmaking capabilities. 

Location: 26479 Civic Centre Road, Keswick

Mount Chinguacousy, Brampton  

Located in Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park, this ski facility features a fun tube hill with a magic carpet ride to get you back to the start.

The on-site ski chalet welcomes with a warm fire and a great view of the hill.

Location: 9050 Bramalea Road, Brampton

Nature’s Harmony Ecolodge, Mattawa

Nature’s Harmony Ecolodge is a complete winter destination for families looking for snow-based fun. In addition to an outdoor obstacle course, skating pond, and extensive trails, they offer seven unique snow tubing lanes.

Overnight guests have full access to activities. Day passes are also available on the weekends and holidays, including March Break.

Location:  574 Snake Creek Road, Mattawa

River Valley Tube Park, St. Marys

Get ready for epic fast-paced fun on slides over 240 metres long at the snow tube hill at River Valley.

The snow tubing pass includes 90 minutes of unlimited fun. Warm up with a hot beverage and comfort food in the cozy chalet after your adventure.

Location: 4725 1 Line, St. Marys

Mount Baldy Snow Tube Park, Shuniah

Add snow tubing to the list of excitement at Mount Baldy ski resort near Thunder Bay.

Check out the combined ski and tubing passes. Helmet rentals are available.

Warm up by the fire at the multi-level base chalet.

Location: 375 Mount Baldy Road, Shuniah

Last updated: February 12, 2024

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