Snow Tubing at Sharp Park
Sharp Park is a truly unique snow tubing hill, unlike the experience you will find at a ski area. Lower slopes are gradual and suitable for very young children. Children riding in parents’ laps is encouraged. Older children and adults can enjoy a thrilling ride down one of our snow tube chutes. Check out the videos below.
New in 2022 is Son of Chute; longer, faster, with five sweeping curves and more vertical than the original chute carved into the hill in 2009. And in 2023 we added the Plunge - our steepest, most daring chute off the face of the hill. Check out all six launch pads!
No snow means no snow tubing. We are closed. We will need 6 inches of natural snow to reopen. Stay tuned.
And check out these videos taken on Christmas Eve 2021.
2 Chutes, double the fun!
Son of Chute
Pretty in pink (snowpants!)
HOURS OF OPERATION
We are now closed due to a lack of snow. We will need 6 inches of natural snow to reopen. Pray for snow.
Parking fee $10 per car (for plowing).
Bring your own sliding devices and that’s all you pay. It’s our local discount. Helmets are still required on children under 18 years old even with your own equipment. They are free to use. Check in with us before sliding.
We also rent snow tubes for $25 each.
There is no time limit on the use of the snow tube.
We have 80 snow tubes now so no reservations are required, but we ask groups of 8 or more to contact us in advance. The chutes are designed for snow tubes. Sleds and saucers can be used in the chutes but they require considerable skill to control. Snow tubes require no skill. You are along for the ride.
ALL SLIDING IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. Helmets are recommended for everyone.
ALL CHILDREN UNDER 18 MUST WEAR A HELMET. Bring your own helmet or use one of ours free of charge.
We don’t make snow and Sharp Park has no lifts. It is a walk-up site. It is essential to check on current conditions in the red box above on our website before leaving home. The warming barn is open for hot chocolate, drinks and snacks.