Hill Rules

Please review the Tubin' Hill and Lift Rules prior to visit.

Before you Tube:

  • Read and obey all posted signs including those on the back of tickets.
  • No loose clothing, long hair, or long scarves should be exposed.
  • Attach lift tickets on coats in a visible location such as zipper pull or button loop.
  • Watch your step while walking throughout the park – snow and ice make conditions slippery.
  • For safety, you should be in good health and free from the following conditions:  head or back problems, heart disease, high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, joint issues, circulation problems, pregnancy, or osteoporosis, for this tubing experience.

Riding the Carpet Lift:

  • Enter loading station of carpet lift in a single file line.
  • Step onto the carpet lift while grasping the tube handle (do not hold the loop around your wrist).
  • Lean forward as you step onto the carpet lift.
  • Keep your feet spread apart to maintain balance.
  • Riders must REMAIN STANDING while riding the Lift. No walking or sitting.
  • At the top, be ready to step off the moving carpet to EXIT TO THE LEFT.

Riding down the Hill:

  • Only ride in designated tubin’ lanes.
  • Do not use lanes marked “closed” or roped off.
  • The linking of tubes is only allowed in designated lanes.
  • Please read the signs at the top to see how many tubes may link in each lane.
  • Wait until the rider in front of you has passed the red flags at the bottom of the hill before you start your run.
  • Hold on to the tube strap so it will not drag on the way down.
  • Sit or lie on the tube and push off to start your run. NO RUNNING STARTS.
  • After passing the red flags, you can drag your feet to slow your ride.
  • Once stopped, walk to the end of the lane and exit runout area immediately.
  • Never cross in front of oncoming tubers.
  • Help others if needed, especially children.
  • Do not try to jump lanes.
  • Notify any hill staff member if rules are being broken or potential problems are noticed.

Do not remove snow tubes beyond the tube cage and tubing hill area. Return tubes to outside the tube cage before leaving. Thank you!

Snow Tubin' FAQs

When are you open?

Seacoast Snow Park is open on weekends, holidays and school vacation weeks. Starting day is scheduled for Thursday, December 26. Snow tubin' is run in time sessions. There are two sessions on Friday nights, five sessions on Saturdays and four sessions on Sundays. We also have additional sessions on holidays such as President’s Day and select Thursdays evenings. Please check our Operating Calendar for more details.

Do I need to be a certain age or height to snow tube?

Snow tubin' has a height requirement. In order to participate in snow tubin', you must be at least 3' (36") tall. Guests must be at least 4' (48") tall to ride alone. Each child between 3'-4' (36"-48") tall must be accompanied by an adult (age 16 or older).

Can my child ride on my lap?

For the safety of all of our guests and staff, Seacoast Snow Park does not permit riders to carry other persons on their laps.

Who can use a double tube?

Double tubes are exclusively for a child between 3'-4' (36"-48") tall and an adult (age 16 or older). To receive a double tube you need to purchase a Combo Ticket. All children between 3'-4' (36"-48")  tall must be present at the ticket counter to receive their special Combo Ticket.

Do I have to walk back up to the top of the hill?

No way! Our carpet lift will give you a ride back up to the top. Think of it as moving sidewalk that goes uphill... you simply step onto the conveyor at the bottom, and then step off once your effortless ride to the top is complete!

Can I bring my own sled or tube?

Sorry. We do not allow personal sleds or tubes to be used on our tube hill. The tube is included in the ticket price for a tubin' session.

Are helmets required?

We do not require helmets for snow tubin'. You are welcome to bring helmets with you if you would like.

Can we link our tubes together?

Yes. Linking numbers can vary with the weather and lane conditions. All tubin' runs will state the maximum number of tubes that can be linked together.

How should I dress for snow tubin'?

Consider layering your clothes so that you can adjust to changes in temperature and precipitation. You should dress for "snow" with waterproof clothing. Warm clothing including long underwear, gloves or mittens, hat or headband, jacket and ski/snow pants should be worn. It is highly recommended that you stay away from wearing cotton clothing (jeans, sweatshirts, sweatpants, etc.) next to your skin, because it will absorb sweat and snow and make you cold. Remember that the sun exposure could be a problem so be sure to use sunscreen and eye protection. Tubin' participants are asked to wear snow or hiking boots or waterproof shoes. For safety reasons, ski boots and hard shell boots are not recommended.

Is it possible for snow tubin' sessions to sell out?

Yes. Due to the popularity of this family activity, it is possible that any tubin' session will sell out, especially on sunny Saturday afternoons and holidays. In order to provide the most exciting and safe experience for our tubing guests, it is necessary for us to limit the amount of people in the tubin' area.

How many lanes are open?

The number of lanes open is between 4 and 10. At the start of the season and end of the season not all lanes will be open due to weather and snowmaking conditions. Lanes will be closed without notice.

Can I pre-purchase tubin' tickets for my family?

Yes. Snow tubin' tickets can be pre-purchased by visiting our Online Store. Tickets are posted up to five days in advance of the tubing date. Sorry we do not take any phone reservations. Tickets are typically posted to the Online Store on Monday afternoons for the upcoming weekend.

What are the school vacation dates for snow tubin'?

Vacations weeks for upcoming 2019-2020 are December 26-January 1 and February 15-23. The Snow Park will also be open on Monday, January 20 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

When are Student Nights?

2020Half Price Student nights are on Thursday evenings from 5-8 pm on the following dates:  January 23, January 30, February 6, February 13, February 27, March 5, and March 12, 2020. Please note: there is NO Student night on February 20 due to Vacation Week hours. On Student Nights - all school age children receive discounted tickets. All other tickets are general admission prices.