8 of The Best Snow Tubing Hills in Ontario

We have some fabulous locations for snow tubing in Ontario thanks to our cold winters. It’s definitely one of the positives of living in the snow belt. Lots of people ask themselves “Is there snow tubing near me?” because many of us forget that ski hills, zipline hills and the like convert easily into snow tubing hills. A perfect example of this is Chicopee snow tubing; in the summer they run an awesome zipline and in the winter a thrilling snow tube hill.

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Chicopee Tube Park

Address: 1600 River Road East, Kitchener, Ontario, N2A 4K8  |    website

You saw us zipline at Chicopee this summer, and now that the snow is here, it’s time for Chicopee snow tubing in Kitchener! This hill is one of the most popular in the area, and it’s just a short drive away. Booking your visit in advance as very limited amounts of walk-up passes will be available. Bookings are in 90-minute time slots for $34.00 per person. Kids must be at least 4 years old and 42 inches tall to tube. Kids under 12 must wear a helmet and you can bring your own or rent one at Chicopee.

photo c/o Chicopee Tube Park – Chicopee snow tubing

Mount Chinguacousy

Address: 9050 Bramalea Rd, Brampton, ON L6S 6G7  |   website

Looking for snow tubing near Mississauga? Our readers recommend Mount Chinguacousy. This hill is very popular for snow tubing in Brampton. Purchase your tickets at the hill in packs of 6, 12 and 18 runs starting at $15.28 for the 6 pack (2022-23 pricing). There is a minimum height requirement of 42″ and a maximum weight of 250 lbs for the snow tube hill.  Patrons are encouraged to bring their own helmets to use for tubing. Rentals are not available. FOlks looking for snow tubing in mississauga will love the short trek to Brampton.

Photo c/o City of Brampton

Snow Valley Tubing in Barrie

Address: 2632 Vespra Valley Rd, Minesing, ON L0L 1Y3    |    website

Barrie (Minesing) is 90 minutes from Burlington, so definitely a day trip option for families looking for winter adventure. Barrie snow tubing, skiing and skating are very popular with families and for locals. Snow Valley tubing boasts 3 lifts and 14 chutes over 10 storeys high, so book your visit in advance to avoid disappointment. Start planning your snow tubing in Barrie visit by pre-purchasing your tickets online here. Folks looking for snow tubing in Toronto tend to flock to this location.

Photo c/o Snow Valley – family snow tubing at snow valley in Barrie, Ontario.

Boler Mountain

Address: 689 Griffith Street, London, Ontario | website

We loved the spring and summer action at Boler Mountain, and winter is going to be just as exciting! Boler Mountain Tube Park boasts 3 tube runs that are 10 stories high, where you can reach speeds of 70 km/hr! Some of our readers recommended this as the best snow tubing in Ontario.

  • Must be a minimum of 42 inches in height to ride
  • Helmets are mandatory and are provided
  • Tickets are valid for 2 hours
  • Tickets must start on the 1/2 hour
  • The number of tickets per heat is limited and some heats will sell out. The number of slides in 2 hours will vary from 4 to 8 depending on how busy it is.

photo c/o Boler Mountain

Lakeridge Snow Tubing and Ski Resort

Address: 790 Chalk Lake Rd, Uxbridge, ON L9P 1R4   |   website

Make the 120 minutes drive to Uxbridge and you will enjoy 2 hours of snow tubing for $35 per person (2022-23 pricing). All tubers need to measure at least 42″ tall. Tickets must be pre-booked before your arrival using a credit card, then you pick up and pay for your tickets upon arrival.

Photo c/o Lakeridge Ski Resort

Horseshoe Valley Snow Tubing

Address: 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road West, Barrie, Ontario, L4M 4Y8 | website

Ontario’s Longest Snow Tubing Hill! Get your heart pumping with the all-thrill, no-skill fun of snow tubing. Fly down the hill and then let the magic carpet whisk you back up to the top! Don’t miss this must-do winter activity. 

  • Height Requirements: 42″ (3 ft 5 in)
  • No age requirement as long as the height requirement is met
  • All riders will ride down the hill in their own tube
  • Proper winter footwear required
  • Helmets are recommended, but not mandatory

Photo c/o Horseshoe Valley

Blue Mountain Snow tubing

Address: 150 Jozo Weider Blvd, Unit AW1, The Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 0P7 | website

Snow tubing provides guests with a genuine downhill experience without the speed and equipment associated with skiing and snowboarding. Tubing offers old-fashioned winter fun for the entire family and gives all participants a gentle introduction to the Blue Mountain slopes. Some of our readers recommended this as the best snow tubing in Ontario.

  • All tubers must ride alone, including Tykes (age 4 and under)
  • Purchase a Play All Day pass for tubing. Tyke rates (age 4 and under) starting at $22, youth rates (ages 13-17) starting at $30 and and adult rates (18+) starting at $42.

Photo c/o Blue Mountain

Glen Eden Snow Tubing

Hoping for snow tubing at Glen Eden? Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s been gone for a few years now with no sign of returning. If you’re looking for snow tubing in Hamilton and the area, your closet is Chicopee.

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