Posted by Ginny Davis on 12/08/2017

Seacoast Adventure's Snow Park celebrates it's 20th Anniversary this season. Visitors have been traveling to Windham, Maine since the winter of the Great Maine Ice Storm to slide down Freeman Hill, North Windham's highest point. Seacoast's Snow Park has changed and grown over the years, including early seasons with an ice skating rink, snowboarding, and different lift systems.

The Snow Park has 100% snow-making capabilities and freshly grooms its tubin' lanes before every operating day. Seacoast has developed it's own lane cutting equipment for creating the tubin' lanes and continually makes upgrades to the infrastructure for improved efficiency and guest satisfaction. Each tubin' lane is unique and travels about 700 feet from start to finish. Seacoast plays music on the Tubin' Hill and has lights for night tubin' too. On select Thursday evenings the park offers $10 Student Night tickets for all students from kindergarten through college.

Seacoast Adventure's Snow Park is scheduled to open for the season on December 26, 2017. The park is open weekends, holidays and school vacation weeks until the snow is gone - usually late March to early April. Seacoast books private groups during weekdays and offers group rates for official organizations of 15 people or more. Birthday packages are also available. For more information please visit or call (207) 892-5952.