Snow Tubing at Sharp Park
Although we have some snow, it's not enought to open up for snow tubing yet. We will open for choose and cut Christmas trees on the day after Thanksgiving: Friday, November 29. Stay tuned!
We are the only snow tubing facility in northern Vermont. But we don't make snow. So we need temperatures in the 30s or below and 5 to 6 inches of natural snow to operate. When conditions are suitable we will be open on weekends and holidays during the winter from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Always check this website or our Facebook page to make sure we are open before traveling to Sharp Park.
Our site is a walk up site. That means we don't have lifts. You have to hike back up the hill between sliding down.
ALL SLIDING AT YOUR OWN RISK and everyone must be familiar with sliding rules and abide by them.
ALL CHILDREN MUST WEAR HELMETS. Bring your own or pick out one of ours in the barn. They are free to use.
Guests are welcome to bring their own sleds and sliding devices. We charge $10 per car for parking. We also rent snow tubes for $15 for two hours. If you rent at least one snow tube we waive the $10 parking fee.
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We have carved a chute into the side of the hill to create a quarter mile track for snow tubing like a bobsled or luge run. The other option is to slide off the side of the face of the hill. Either way it's a lot of winter fun you will remember for the rest of your life.
A great snow tubing hill starts out steep, gets you the thrill of sliding fast downhill and then gives you a long way to carry your momentum all the way to the bottom of the hill. At Cobble Hill that's over a quarter of a mile! That's a great tubing hill.