Things to Do
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Jump in a tube and try the less-technical, but no less exhilarating, downhill sport - snow tubing. It'll make you feel like a kid again. And if you happen to have kids of your own, it'll do your heart good to hear them laugh and scream the day away in sheer delight. The Snow Tubing Park is open seven days a week. Tuesday's are Tube-A-Palooza Nights. Tube the resort's 11 tubing chutes, gather by the bonfire to warm up and enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet of pizza, hot dogs, fountain drinks and hot chocolate.
Hours of Operation: Tubing park open seven days a week for lots of two hour sessions.
For abundant fun that requires no practice hit up the snow tubing park. With fast-paced runs down the slippery chutes and a quick lift you’ll be able to pack in all the fun. Thursday Nights are Tube-A-Palooza at Hidden Valley Resort, where you and the family can enjoy all-you-can-eat buffet of pizza, hot dogs, fountain drinks and hot chocolate by the bonfire between runs.
Hours of Operation: Tubing Park open Thursday – Sunday for two hour sessions.
Nemacolin’s specially designed tubes are perfect for their 800 foot tubing park. After your ride down the hill, their surface lift will carry you to the top for more fun. Advanced reservations are required.
Hours for the Tubing Park vary based on conditions, check their website here for hours.
Several parks in the Laurel Highlands have areas designated for sledders. Here are just a few of the places where you can sled.
Keystone State Park permits sledding in the park.
Laurel Hill State Park has a designated area for sledding, located in the field loop area of the campground, which is lighted on weekends until 9, weather permitting. There is also a large fire ring and wood provided for sledders.
Ohiopyle State Park has a hill maintained for sledding in the Sugarloaf Snowmobile & Mountain Bike Area.