Though snow is pretty much non-existent in Toronto, that doesn’t mean the rest of Ontario isn’t covered in it. And if you’re just itching for a fun winter adventure, why not check out the number of snow tubing hills in Ontario that are now open for the season.

Grab your friends and family for a day of winter fun. If you’re a thrill seeker, some of these hills are sure to get you flying. Safely, of course.

As always, here’s a list of 7 spots in Ontario to go snow tubing this winter:

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Horseshoe Resort


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This family-friendly Ontario ski and golf resort is located at 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road West in Barrie, Ontario. Here’s where you’ll find the perfect winter getaway destination, offering the best tubing hill (and the longest), in the province. The hill features five long chutes that end in a slight bump so you can catch some air for a thrilling experience.

Where: 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road West – Barrie, ON

Boler Mountain


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Tubing is in full swing at Boler Mountain. And since it’s such a popular activity, Going forward, tickets are released weekly online and are sure to sell out fast. Tickets can’t be purchased onsite so make sure you’re checking their site before you make the trip.

Where: 689 Griffith St – London, ON

Ski Lakeridge


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Ski Lakeridge has opened its snow tubing hill for the season! Reserve your spot online as tubing tends to be a top choice among guests. For $35 plus tax, you can get two hours of unlimited rides. For more deets, click here.

Where: 790 Chalk Lake Rd – Uxbridge, ON

Ski Snow Valley

Ski Snow Valley provides the ultimate snow tubing experience with three lifts and 14 chutes over 10 stories high. Reminder, for tubing you must be 42″ in height to ride – here and at any tubing hill to be frank. Thankfully. the little ones don’t have to miss out. This spot has a Kidz Zone for those who don’t quite reach the height limit.

Where: 2632 Vespra Valley Rd – Minesing, Ontario



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The ROC has opened its snow tubing, skiing, and snowboarding hills. And of course, since we’re here to hit the slopes on some tubes, you’ll be glad to know it’s only $25 plus tax for two hours of fun. There’s a four-lane snow tube hill that’s just calling your name. Click here for more details on reservations!

Where: 26557 Civic Centre Rd – Keswick, ON

Chicopee Tube Park

The park is exclusively meant for tubing! Chicopee Tube Park welcomes all for 90 minutes sessions of snow tubing fun. As always, get your tickets online. Although walk-ups can be done, there’s no promising you’d get in as session space is limited. You’re required to fill out a waiver online before your visit.

Where: 1600 River Road E – Kitchener, ON

Have fun and stay safe!