Here are some places to enjoy snow tubing and sledding! Check out the events and places you can visit in OC & scroll down to find places just a short drive away!
November 27th 12-3pm at Anaheim Town Square
Holiday Carnival & Santa Arrival by Helicopter! To kick off the festivities, Santa arrives and every child will have the chance to tell Santa what they want for Christmas and have their photo taken with him.
The magic of winter will be brought to Anaheim Town Square with real snow sledding, pony rides, carnival games and bounce houses. There will also be North Pole Cookie Decorating and holiday crafts for the kids.
RSVP for the greatest event of the holiday season – RSVP
December 3rd 10-4pm at Ehlers Event Center, Buena Park
Enjoy entertainment, food, games, activities, free raffles and of course the popular “snow slide”! In the Craft Faire, you can shop from over 100 local artisans for all those unique holiday gifts.
December 3rd 3-7pm
5th Annual Winter in the Grove! The event will feature song and dance performances from local schools and performers, holiday crafts and inflatable activities for children of all ages, a holiday craft boutique featuring handmade gifts from local vendors, and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus!
50 tons of snow will be brought in to create nine snow slides for the whole family to enjoy!
Wristbands for unlimited snow slides are $5 and can be purchased onsite at the event by cash or credit..
Saturday December 3rd 4-9pm
Enjoy snow hill sledding, games, Visit with Santa, cookie decorating, tree lighting. shopping & more!
November 25th – January 1st
Winter Fest OC includes outdoor ice skating, a nine-lane ice tubing slide, ice bumper cars, LED mini golf, trackless train rides, snowboard simulator & carnival thrills. Also winter-themed bounce houses, arts and crafts, holiday market & seasonal food and drinks. Stage and strolling entertainment, nightly Holiday celebration featuring snow flurries, meet & greets with characters, tribute bands, photo ops with a giant walk-through ornament, giant Christmas trees & meet Santa!
Must pay for admission, here are some add-ons once inside:
- Ice Skating: 45 min session $18
- Ice Tubing Slide $15
- Unlimited carnival rides $30
- Bumper Cars (1 time ride) $10
- LED Mini Golf: 1 round $5
A few things to look for before you plan to go are things like height requirements if you have smaller children. Also note that some places do have lifts back up the hill while others have stairs or walking paths. Check the weather before you go as your car may need snow chains. Check the various location’s social media for up to date info.
OPEN Daily November 5th through Easter 10am to 4pm and night sessions Fri & Sat from 5-9pm
TUBING – Zip down freshly packed snow slopes and ride back up the hill on the Magic Carpet conveyor lift, covered for your comfort. Snow guns blanket the area’s five runs with enough snow to build a pack 20 feet deep or more.
- General Admission: $40
- Small Child Ticket (36″ – 42″ with paying adult 18 yrs or older): $25. Child must ride on the same inner tube with an adult. One on one adult supervision per child at all times.
Children under 36″ tall and pregnant women are not permitted past the Snow Play gate.
Opening day Nov. 23rd
SLEDDING – Enjoy a quick chairlift ride (Fri-Sun) to the top of the sledding hill and enjoy an exhilarating ride down.
No height requirement, must be 6 & over and be with an adult to ride the lift, under 6 may walk up to the top.
Admission includes the sled:
- Full Day age 7+ Fri, Sat & Sun with chair lift: $39
- Full Day age 7+ Mon-Thurs with no chair lift: $23
- Full Day age 6 & under Fri, Sat & Sun with chair lift: $26
- Full Day age 6 & under Mon-Thurs with no chair lift: $18
- Late day 3-4pm Fri-Sun $19 & Mon-Thurs $12
November 24th, 2022 – March 2023
TUBING – Located at Snow Summit, the Grizzly Ridge Tube Park allows you to take a magic carpet to the top of the tube park, then slide down one of the three 300-foot tubing lanes as fast as you can in one of the high-speed tubes.
- $45 per rider. Riders must be at least 42″ tall and a minimum of 40 lb. Maximum weight to ride is 270 lb. One person per tube. Helmets are not required, but are available to rent for $10
Opening November 25th
TUBING & SLEDDING & SNOW PLAY – Slide down the tubing lanes, meet the Yeti & his friends, or have lunch at the Grand View Lodge located at 8,200ft. Remember to dress warmly, bring your gloves, and appropriate shoes.
ALL DAY PLAY
A ticket is necessary to be on the snow, attendance is limited so arrive early. No outside food or drinks. Personal tubes or sleds are not permitted. No dogs or pets on the snow.
Children 36″ and taller may tube by themselves. Children 32-36″ must be accompanied by a paid parent in a separate tube. Children under 32″ tall are not permitted in the tubing lanes for safety reasons.
- All day tubing, sledding, snow play + Scenic Sky Chair is $79
- All day tubing, sledding, snow play is $59
- One Round Trip on the Scenic Sky Chair is $35
- Parking is $20
Opening day November 25th
TUBING – Top of the Notch recreation area for snow-play at an elevation of nearly 7,800ft. The tubing park is made up of lanes for sliding and walking path up the hill. Tubes are provided with a hard shell sliding surface and inflated inner tube for a smooth ride.
Restaurant close by serves food & hot drinks like hot coco, beer & wine.
3 hour experience: 20 min Sugar Pine chair lift ride up, 2+Hrs Snow Tubing & enjoy the mountain & 20 min chair lift ride down
• Participants must be at least 40″ tall
• Dress warm, your time indoors is limited & temperatures can be well below freezing
TUBING – Southern California’s oldest snow tubing park. Slide down & take steps back to the top.
CASH only, ATM there. $20 per person, per hour. Children 36″ tall or under are free with accompanied paid adult. Anyone passing through gate must pay.
$10 per vehicle for parking
No age or height restrictions, there are slopes of varying steepness. Everyone who enters must sign a waiver.
Images taken from either the website or Facebook from the various locations listed above.