Winter Snow Tubing Parks offer Maine families a fun, thrill-filled way to enjoy the outdoors.
Here are 8 Winter Snow Tubing Parks around Maine:
Edit (2015-02-14): Camden Snowbowl has replaced it’s Tubing park with a new beginner area.
There is a map with these locations below, click the map link to view the map larger.
Black Mountain of Maine
The Edge Tubing Park has a 300-foot handle tow to transport you and your tube (provided) up the hill to your choice of chutes.
Call the lodge at (207) 364-8977 for updates.
Eaton Mountain has a tube tow and 500 foot tube chutes. The hill has snowmaking and is lit for night tubing.
Hermon Mountain Ski Area
Hermon Mountain Ski Area is a small family owned and operated ski area located just outside of Bangor, Maine. They offer skiing, snowboarding and tubing.
Mt Abram has the longest tubing park in the state: 1325 feet of tube riding! Tubing is offered on Friday nights and Saturdays.
Seacoast Fun Park
Seacoast Fun Park has up to 12 lanes of tubing. They make their own snow and offer night tubing.
Oxford Plains Snow Tubing
Sugarloaf Mountain Resort
Sugarloaf offers tubing for kids 12-and-under on the Birches three nights a week. Enjoy a fun night outside under the lights!
Call the Zipline/Tubing Center at 207.237.6875 for the latest conditions and hours of operation.
Sunday River’s Snow Tubing Park is now located on Sundance trail at South Ridge, accessed by the Sundance Surface Lift.
Here is a Google map of the 8 Snow Tubing Parks in Maine:
For more information:
- Ski Maine maintains a list of Ski and Riding locations, as well as Snow Parks.