Exciting places to snow tube in Ontario
Like tobogganing, snow tubing involves rocketing down a snow-packed track without breaks and with the added element of spinning in an inner tube. The best part? It’s no skill, all-thrill fun.
Check out these action-packed places to snow tube in Ontario.
Horseshoe Resort hosts Ontario’s longest snow tubing hill. With the magic carpet lift back up, this is one thrill ride that needs to be on your winter bucket list. This resort is where you can stay and experience outdoor adventure year-round.
Get directions: 1101, Horseshoe Valley Road West
2. Tube Park at Boler Mountain, London
The three tube runs at this adventure park tower ten stories high and allow riders to reach speeds of up to 70 kilometres per hour—that’d get you a speeding ticket on most Ontario streets! Tip: pre-purchase tickets online to avoid disappointment.
Get directions: 689 Griffith Street
4. Chicopee Tube Park, Kitchener
This park is dedicated to the thrill of tubing, with a massive, multi-lane tube run, 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.
Get directions: 1600 River Road East
5. 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.
Get directions: 2632 Vespra Valley Road
6. 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.
Get directions: 150 Jozo Weider Boulevard
9. 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 great view of the hill.
Before heading out (up, down and over), be sure to check with each facility to learn more about any helmet requirements and height restrictions. Then hang on and enjoy the ride!
Get directions: 9050 Bramalea Road
10. 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.
Get directions: 574 Snake Creek Road
Last updated: September 14, 2023