Winter Tubing in Southern Ontario

Snow Tube Hills Ontario

Tubing is a great way for families with young children to get the ski resort experience without any ski experience, skills or equipment. Tube runs, or ‘chutes’ are groomed and banked with snow barriers to guide your tube safely down the hill at thrilling speeds! Many runs are built wide enough to go down with a group, making tubing a perfect winter family activity. There are some fantastic spots to enjoy this popular winter activity in Southern Ontario. If you are just looking for toboganning hills in your local area visit out our GTA Tobogganing hills guide.

FAMILY SNOW TUBING HILLS

Horseshoe Valley
Ontario’s Longest Snow Tubing Hill! Get your heart pumping with the all-thrill, no-skill fun of snow tubing. Fly down 10 big chutes and then let the magic carpet whisk you back up to the top! Go down by yourself or grab some friends and go as a group.
tel: 1-800-461-5627 website

Snow Valley
Snow Valley in Barrie offers some of the best snow tubing terrain in Ontario. With a snow tube rope tow and lots of chutes with large lanes so you can go down along with your group of friends or your family. For the little ones (under 42″) there is an additional Kidz Zone area!
tel: 705-721-SNOW or 1-877-404-4744
 website

Blue Mountain Resort
Hike N’ Tube gives guests a taste of downhill without the speed and equipment associated with skiing and snowboarding. Suitable for riders as young as three, Hike N’ Tube ensures there’s a cold weather activity for Winter Warriors of every age and level of ability.
tel: 1-877-445-0231website

ROC (Georgina)
Free Toboggan Area / Paid Snow Tubing
26479 Civic Centre Road, Georgina, Ontario website

Ski Lakeridge
Go TUBING at Lakeridge Ski Resort. This activitiy if for ages 4 and up.
tel: 905-686-SNOW website

Mount Chinguacousy Tube Park
Mount Chinguacousy in Brampton’s Chinguacousy Park offers winter fun for families including ski and snowboarding and a tube park. The Tubing season runs from ​early January to mid-March, you must be 42 inches (106cm) tall and maximum 250lbs to tube. website

Chicopee Tube Park
Featuring a 9,500 sq. ft. log chalet, and a raised 2,500 sq. ft. outdoor deck overlooking a multi-lane snow tube park and the picturesque Chicopee hills. The tube parks specially made chutes have snow barriers to guide tubes safely along the full length of the chute. The Tube Park Lift System returns riders and their tubes to the summit for another run. website

Arrowhead Park
Access to Arrowhead’s tubing hill is included with a daypass. Only park-provided tubes are allowed. Call Arrowhead’s automated telephone service at 705-789-5105 for conditions. Operating dates for winter activities run from mid December to end of March. website

Boler Mountain 101.3 Easy Tube Park
With 3 tube runs that are 10 stories high, you can reach speeds of 70 km/hr! Must be 42″ tall to ride, tickets are valid for 2 hrs. Corporate and group bookings are available. website

Listings are for information purposes only. Please check with the venue for more information such as hours, ages, fees and parking before heading out.

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