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Channel Your Inner Kid & Go Snow Tubing in the Lake George Region

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Whether you're taking the kids out or going yourself, snow tubing is a great winter activity! And, you can partake in snow tubing at a variety of places in the Lake George area. It's fun, affordable, and a fantastic way to make the most of this snowy time of year. Below are the most popular sites to go snow tubing in the local area.

West Mountain's Tubing Park

people lined up for snowtubingBook online for gauranteed tickets to West Mountain's popular Tubing Park! (Photo taken prior to COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines.)

Queensbury, NY

West Mountain's Tubing Park features multiple (both short and long) snow tubing trails. All tubes are provided by West Mountain and can be hooked together for group slides, which is tons of fun for family and friends. The tubing park is also available for birthday parties and corporate outings.

Lake George Rec Center Tubing Hill

girl snow tubesThe Lake George Rec Center has a huge hill for snow tubing!

Lake George, NY

If you own snow tubes and would like to go snow tubing for free, then check out the Lake George Recreation Center. Featuring around four miles of cross-country ski trails, there is an exciting snow tubing hill at the site. Since the hill is fairly steep, you'll want to supervise the kids.

Be Safe With Kids Snow Tubing

Children should be old enough to ride and sit up in their own tube, and are usually only permitted if they are over the age of 2 or 3 (or at least 3 feet tall). Contact the tubing park ahead of time to make sure!

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