The Ultimate Activity for Some Serious Family Fun!

Arctic Blast Tubing Park

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Arctic blast snow tubing is the ultimate activity for some serious group fun! It's perfect for all ages and ability levels because no experience or special equipment is required.


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Know Before You Go

  • "Last Tickets" are sold 2 hour prior to Closing.
  • Rates include the use of the snow tubing lanes, the snow tube, and the lift back to the top.
  • Tube availability may be limited and is on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Your session begins when you purchase your ticket. All tubers must purchase a tubing ticket. Rates and Hours of Operation are subject to change without notice.
  • All tubing participants are required to sign a tubing release before participation.
  • Due to safety reasons, we can only allow one (1) person per tube. At times, tubers will be allowed to "link" tubes and go down together in the same lane, but that depends on the snow conditions and is at the discretion of the Tubing Manager. During most conditions, Adults will be allowed to "link" with Children 6 & under.
  • Please be aware that Arctic Blast Tubing can reach capacity levels during busy holidays and other weekends. To ensure the most runs down our tubing hill, try to come early or later in the evening. Typically tubing is most busy in the mid-afternoon and early-evening hours. Plan ahead and you can always call our office at 812.723.4696 for updates on crowds and capacity before making your trip.

Although every precaution is taken to ensure accuracy, errors or misunderstandings in price, quantity, and/or specifications may occur. We reserve the right to correct such errors. All times and prices are subject to change without notice. Rental equipment and snow tubes are subject to availability (first come, first serve) and cannot be reserved. ALL ticket sales are final. No refunds due to weather or slope conditions. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and Organizational Checks (reserved groups only) are accepted. Tickets are NOT replaceable if lost, NON-transferable, and NON- refundable. If an individual is caught without a ticket, the individual(s) will be required to pay the full price of a Lift Ticket, plus a $50 admin fee. If the offending individual(s) do not comply with this policy, they will be retained until the police arrived and are processed for "theft of service."

Frequently Asked Questions

Paoli Peaks does not define the age requirement. We expect people to use common sense and good judgment. With that said, under 2 is not recommended.

Remember that only one person is allowed per tube. If you are bringing younger children, the adult should hold on to the child's tube. This is important also to help the child get up at the bottom, out of the tube and walk safely in the right direction to go to the tube lift again.

We do not allow personal sleds or tubes to be used on the tubing runs. The tube rental is included in the cost.

We only allow one person per snow tube, so children may not ride on laps. If conditions permit, we do allow tubes to be "linked together" so that you can create a chain to go down the hill together. Tubes are allowed to be linked at the discretion of the tubing staff and management. Certain chutes will allow for different numbers of tubes to be linked. Always listen to the attendants at the top of the park.

Yes, each rider must sign a waiver at the time of purchase as well as display their valid tubing ticket on their person at all times.

No. A tubing ticket is separate from a lift ticket for skiing and snowboarding.

No. Our conveyor lift at Arctic Blast will give you a ride back up to the top. Think of them as moving sidewalks that go uphill... you simply step onto the conveyor at the bottom, and then step off onto the snow once your effortless ride to the top is complete!

Whether watching or sliding, you'll be in the outdoors so remember to dress warmly.

  • The best way to dress for winter is to wear layers.
  • An exterior protection layer of a shell and pants serves as your guard against the elements and should be waterproof.
  • Cover your head--with a hat, hood or both--as this is where most of your body heat escapes.
  • Keep your hands warm by wearing gloves (preferably waterproof) that fit well.
  • Other essentials are warm socks and sunscreen. Sunscreen isn't just for summer!

Anything not listed can be answered by our friendly office staff by calling 812-723-4696