Here is a list of places to go snow tubing- the sophisticated cousin of old fashioned sledding.
With absolutely no skills necessary, snow tubing is a great winter family fun activity to get your heart pumping with all the thrill that the winter season brings.
If you want to go tubing downtown Toronto, check out Aurora Winter Festival.
Most snow tubing locations have height restrictions of 42″ (at least) and weight of 250lbs (not over).
Select locations offer snow tubing birthday parties.
Always call and check to verify operating hours, before you travel.
If you do not have a car, and want to try snow tubing, you can visit Mount Chinguacousy in Brampton or ROC, Georgina using public transit.
What to wear: Hat, gloves, boots, a snow jacket, and snow pants. Helmets for young kids, if you prefer.
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Most locations will be open until the end of March break/March depending on the weather.
Snow Tubing in Greater Toronto Area
1. Mount Chinguacousy Ski Area
Enjoy a spin down the tube hill, then warm up at the cozy chalet. Night tubing and tube party packages and group rates are available. This is the nearest tubing hill from West end of Toronto, Downtown Toronto and Mississauga.
Wednesday night is Team Night Thursday night is Family Night All evening pass for $8.90 per participant.
Address: 9050 Wellington W, Brampton
Phone: 905-458-6555 ext 63707
Accessible via Public Transport from Downtown Toronto ~ 1 hour
Downtown Toronto ~ 52 min (43.5 km ) via Gardiner Expy W
Mississauga ~ 30 min (20km)
Burlington ~ 45 min (60 km)
Markham ~ 33 min (42 km)
Pickering ~50 min (70 km)
Oshawa ~60 min (90 km)
2. Ski Lakeridge
Located in Oak Ridge Moraine, Lakeridge is the nearest resort with tubing to those in Durham, East end of City of Toronto (Scarborough) and Markham (depending on your location). Tube Park rates include snow tube rental, park access, and lift. Details
Address: 790 Chalk Lake Road, Uxbridge
Downtown Toronto ~75 min (65 km)
Mississauga ~60 min (90 km)
Burlington ~90 min (130 km)
Markham ~30 min (40 km)
Pickering ~30 min (30 km)
Oshawa ~30 min (30 km)
3. Recreational Outdoor Campus
Address: 26479 Civic Centre Rd, Georgina
Downtown Toronto ~80 min (80 km)
Mississauga ~80 min (100 km)
Burlington ~90 min (140 km)
Markham ~70 min (90 km)
Pickering ~60 min (70 km)
Oshawa ~70 min (90 km)
Snow Tubing near Greater Toronto Area
4. Blue Mountain
Tubing at Blue Mountain offers old fashioned winter fun for the entire family and gives all participants a gentle introduction to the Blue Mountain slopes. Details
Address: 108 Jozo Weider Boulevard, Blue Mountains
From Downtown Toronto ~ 2 hours (160 km)
Burlington ~ 1 hour 10 minutes (175 km)
Mississauga ~ 1 hour 50 minutes (135 km)
Markham ~ 1 hour 50 minutes (160 km)
Pickering ~ 2 hour 20 minutes (180 km)
Oshawa ~ 2 hour 30 minutes (200 km)
5. Snow Valley Ski Resort
Named “best Ontario hill for kids” by Ski Canada Magazine. With a snow tube rope tow and lots of chutes with large lanes so you can go down along with your group of friends or your family. For the little ones (under 42″) there is a special Kids area! Details
Address: 2632 Vespra Valley Rd, Minesing
Downtown Toronto ~ 1 hour 50 minutes (110 km)
Mississauga ~ 1 hour 30 minutes (115 km)
Burlington ~ 1 hour 45 minutes (150 km)
Markham ~ 1 hour 20 minutes (100 km)
Pickering ~ 1 hour 35 minutes (130 km)
Oshawa ~ 1 hour 45 minutes (200 km)
6. Horseshoe Resort
Address: 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road West, Barrie
From Downtown Toronto ~ 90 min (133 km)
Burlington ~ 1 hr 46 min (165 km)
Mississauga ~ 80 min (125 km)
Markham ~ 70 min (115 km)
Oshawa ~ 1 hour 45 minutes ( 165 km)
Pickering ~ 1 hour 40 minutes ( 140 km)
Winter Season Hours
Monday Closed (Except Holidays)
Tuesday- Thursday: 10am – 9pm
Friday – Saturday: 10am – 10pm
Sunday: 10am – 7pm
7. Chicopee Tube Park
Enjoy the winter thrill going down on one of the 6 chutes on the hill that is 250ft high and 900ft in length.
Children must be at least 42 inches tall and at least four years of age to Tube at Chicopee Tube Park. Park is open until Midnight on Saturdays from Park is open until Midnight on Saturday’s from Jan 12-Feb 23. Children 12 and under are required to wear a helmet. Details
Address: 1600 River Rd E, Kitchener
Phone: (519) 895-2322
Public Transit Accessible from Toronto
Tuesday – Thursday: 4:00pm – 9:30pm
Friday: 9:00am – 9:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am Midnight
Sunday: 9:00am 5:00pm
9:00am to 9:30pm during Christmas break. Hours might change.
Downtown Toronto ~ 1 hr 30 min (110 km)
Mississauga ~ 1 hr 15 min (80 km)
Burlington ~ 1 hr 10 min (70 km)
Markham ~ 1 hr 30 min (110 km)
Pickering ~ 1 hr 40 min (140 km)
Oshawa ~ 1 hr 45 min (160 km)
8. Arrowhead Provincial Park
A wonderful Ontario provincial park for a winter weekend getaway (and year round), Arrowhead Provincial Park has two warm-up shelters and an open fire pit at the top of the tubing hill! Details
Address: 451 Arrowhead Park Rd. , Huntsville
Distance: ~ 3 hours from Toronto – Plan a weekend getaway.
Park Admission fees apply. Extra for cross country skiing.
Tubing is free of cost. Tubes supplied.