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Snow Tubing, like skiing or snowboarding, is an adventure sport, and therefore does have some inherent risks. Chicopee Tube Park does everything possible to operate a safe Snow Tubing Park. Our lifts are inspected daily to ensure safe operation, our friendly staff undergo many hours of training, completing checklists to ensure the safety of all our guests and staff.
For the safety of all our guests and staff Chicopee Tube Park does not permit riders to carry other persons on their laps
You can view our hours of operations page.
Yes! The best way to guarantee your tubing spot is to book in advance! Group Tubing sessions should be booked one week in advance. Contact us for additional information.
Dress for winter weather! The best way to prepare for an outdoor adventure is to layer clothing. This provides the option to add or remove layers in the event of changing weather conditions. Wear a hat, gloves, boots, a warm jacket, and snow pants if you prefer. CSA approved helmets are a requirement for those under the age of 12. We encourage you to bring along your personal hockey or skating as only a limited number are available to rent.
Yes. In order to participate in snow tubing, you must be at least 42 inches tall AND at least 4 years old.
You can if you like, however, we have a magic carpet that pulls you up to the top of the hill.
250ft high and 900ft in length
Our hill has 6 chutes, with an uphill capacity of 1500 per hour.