Where to Play in the Snow Near Southern California
Alpine Slide and Snow Play in Big Bear Lake
NOVEMBER – EASTER: Enjoy tubing and snow play, plus take a chairlift ride to the top of the Alpine Slide. Here, riders navigate their own individually controlled sleds, each with teflon runners and ball-bearing wheels, down their choice of two quarter-mile long cement tracks filled with high-banked turns and long straightaways. Experience the new Mineshaft Coaster, the first and only mountain coaster in California!
Big Bear Snow Play
NOVEMBER – EASTER: Big Bear Snow Play sports the longest runs in Southern California. Night Glow Tubing, Big Bear Speedway and Ropes Course are also offered.
Yeti’s Snow Play – Mt. High Resort
THROUGH MARCH: Looking for REAL snow? Mountain High has it at the Yeti’s Snow Play. Tubing, sledding, snow play and scenic sky chair rides all just 90 minutes away in Wrightwood with no mountain driving. Fun for kids of all ages. Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily through January 18th then weekends & holidays through March. Purchase tickets in advance at https://shop.mthigh.com/yeti-park.
Woolly’s Tube Park & Snow Play
OPENS December 18: Woolly’s Tube Park is all-time fun for all ages with a large snow play area and a heated deck with snack bar offering hot cocoa and adult beverages. The snow play area is packed with big fun for even the littlest ones. Start with a snowman, shred on a surf sled and top it off with a tube ride on Woolly’s Merry-Go-Round.
This post was written by Alina Na