Snow Tubing

We’re super excited about year four of snow tubing on the Squirrel Hill!

Snow tubing at Minocqua Winter Park is fun, reliable, and safe. It’s 600′ of sliding with a beautiful view the whole way up and down the hill. After we fine-tuned our lift system, we experienced over 95% up-time last season! And in Fall 2013, a custom-designed dynamic net was installed atop our large earth berm at the bottom of our hill to protect tubers from excessive speed.

Still, 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 and hit the ‘snow tubing’ option to get updates on conditions.

If there’s freezing rain, or  if the ambient temperature is -10F or below, the tube hill lift will be closed but guests are welcome to walk up hill and slide down at their own pace.


Enjoy snow tubing on Squirrel Hill with a 1-Day Tubing Pass, a 1-Day or 3-Day Park Pass (which also grants you access to our cross-country ski and snowshoe trails), or a Family Season Tubing or Park Pass. Season Passes are available online and in the chalet.

CLICK HERE if you’re interested in renting the tubing hill and chalet for a PRIVATE PARTY.

Daily & 3-Day Tubing & Park Passes

Download and fill out an MWP Tubing Release Form and save time when purchasing your tubing ticket at Winter Park.

3-Day Punch Pass
Adult (19-64) $13.00 $20.00 $50.00
Senior (65+) $12.00 $18.00 $45.00
Youth (6-18) $10.00 $16.00 $40.00
Children (5 & Under) $5.00 $5.00 $12.00
Family* $45.00 $66.00 $165.00
Group 15-49 People $10.00 $18.00 $45.00
Group 50+ People $9.00 $16.00 $40.00

* Family rate applies to parents and their children under the age of 21.
** Reduced rate for guest who has already purchased an XC-Ski Pass that day.
‡ A ‘Park’ Pass grants access to all of Winter Park’s ticked activities: XC-Skiing, Snowshoeing, & Snow Tubing.

Squirrel Hill Tubing Policies

• We do not limit the time our tubers spend at Winter Park, as many tubing hills do.  Should we have a situation where there are more tubers than there are tubes, it’ll work like this: as a tuber finishes his/her run they pull the tube they just came down the hill on over to the lift line and give that tube to the first person in line without a tube.  Then they take their place at the back of the line.  That person will be given another tube before they get to the front of the line. Wait times are generally 1-5 minutes.

• A minimum height restriction of 42” in order to tube. The height restriction ensures that tubers are of sufficient size to quickly exit the tubes and the landing area, thereby reducing potential collisions.

• Every individual must ride down on their own tube as there is no riding double on a single tube.  Multiple riders on the same tube may be at risk of impacting with other riders in the same tube or falling off the tube. This includes holding small children on one’s lap.  However, a parent and small child (whose height is above the minimum height restriction of 42”) can come down the hill together with the parent, on their own tube, holding the handle of the tube that their small child is riding

on.  When conditions aren’t too fast, we do allow and encourage tubes to chain together, so up to five tubes at a time can come down the hill together.  This is actually the most fun way to come down the hill.

Occasionally, there may be long lines and waits inbetween tubing runs.  If the tow is closed for one reason or another, hiking up the hill is the only way to get up to the top (discounted tickets in this case).  Call ahead at 715-356-3309 for up to date information.

We look forward to seeing you all on the Squirrel Hill Tube Runs!

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