Snow Tubing

TUBING WILL BE CLOSED PRESIDENTS WEEKEND

OPEN Saturdays & Sundays | All season weather permitting – please check Facebook/Website for latest condition update.

Pick Your Session

Morning Session: 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Afternoon Session: 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Save time before you come out to the park by downloading & completing a MWP Tubing Release Form 
Spectators: It’s a 70′ vertical drop and 400′ of sliding on Squirrel Hill with our lift-assisted snow tubing run, visible from the big picture windows of our chalet. A real thrill, Snow Tubing at Minocqua Winter Park is fun, reliable, and safe. If there’s good snow, there’s good snow tubing.


For the purpose of reducing wait times in line we have a maximum capacity of tubers per session.Want to ‘tube all day? You may! In the chalet, Session A tubers may purchase Session B tickets at 50% off. There will be days when it just gets too icy to stay safe, and we do have to close the hill unexpectedly.  Call 715-356-3309 for updates on conditions. If there’s freezing rain, or  if the ambient temperature is -10F or below the tube hill lift will be closed.

 

 

 

Enjoy snow tubing on Squirrel Hill with a 1-Session Tubing Pass, a 1-Day or 3-Day Park Pass (good for XC-Skiing, Snowshoeing, & one session of Snow Tubing), or a Family Season Tubing or Park Pass.

Call 715-356-3309, or email events@minocquawinterpark.org if you’re interested in renting the tubing hill and chalet after normal business hours for a PRIVATE PARTY.

Squirrel Hill Tubing Policies

• To reduce wait times to 1-5 minutes between runs, we limit each tubing session to 120-person limits on the hill. On occasions such as holidays and ski race days, this limit is raised to accommodate more guests.

• All tubers must meet be at least 42” tall in order to tube on the big hill.

• Every individual must ride down on their own tube. There is no riding double on a single tube. This includes holding small children on one’s lap.

• Chains of tubes are allowed under certain snow conditions. Tubers grab the grey handles on the tops of their neighbor’s tubes to make chains. Chains must remain connected during the entire tube run.

Check out this video of a Tube Run down Squirrel Hill!