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Mammoth Tubing Park for Families with Kids

“Full-on fun” – this is what you’re bound to have at this gripping winter attraction that has captivated bundled-up visitors for years. Woolly’s Tube Park and Snow Play is a fun-soaked tube park in the heart of Mammoth Lakes. Bring all ages to this exciting adventure, complete with snowy rides, snacks, and memories. When the weather keeps you and your group from the ski slopes, escape to this little mountainside stop.

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Woolly’s Tube Park  

The park is essentially divided into two main parts: tube runs and a snow play area. The tube runs are certainly the most exciting part of the park, both for older kids and adults.

Let the 500-foot lift tow you and your tube to the top of the hill, where you’ll get settled in your vessel and get ready for the ride. Zoom down one of six tube lanes, groomed to perfection for maximum speed. Enjoy a thrilling trip down the hill – be sure to smile wide for any family members trying to catch a photo of you on the way down.

Guests typically ride in their own tube but are tethered together for safety. The most common arrangement is one larger tube for an adult connected to a smaller one for a child going down the hill as a pair.

Please note that children must be at least 42 inches tall to ride. Bring all your friends and family to the park, but remember: only two are allowed per lane at a time.

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Woolly’s Snow Play

While the tube park is the main attraction, it is not the only activity at Woolly’s. Younger kids, in particular, will love the Snow Play area, which offers a big play site full of winter activities. Slide down mini-hills in smaller tubes or ride the snowy Merry-Go-Round with the little ones. Kids of all ages can enjoy a snowman-building area where they can create their own versions of this classic storybook character. White snow makes the perfect canvas for kids’ imaginations.

If you need to warm up, there is a heated deck and a snack bar adjacent to the Snow Play area. Here, you can relax with some cocoa, basic food options, and even a beer. You also aren’t far from our Mammoth Lakes rentals, making Woolly’s a convenient and accessible trip, even when the weather isn’t cooperating.

Woolly’s Tube Park and Snow Play Details

The park is open every day. Occasionally, the park will offer night tubing during the warmer months. Night tubing is only available at the park’s discretion and may be subject to different entrance rates. Be sure to call the park for details about night tubing availability and scheduling for the season.

The entrance fee includes a tow clip to get to the top and a tube to make your way back down.

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How to Get to Woolly’s Tube Park & Snow Play

Take Hwy 395 to the Mammoth Lakes ramp. Make a left on to Hwy 203. Hwy 203, also known as Main St., leads right to Minaret Rd. Here you want to make a right. The park is located on the right side of Minaret Rd. You can see it right on your way to the Mammoth Mountain lodges.

This is a fine kind of adventure and one where all family members can get onboard. Regardless of skill, you can find yourself soaring and spinning down the lanes of Woolly’s Tube Park and Snow Play.

We have excellent winter Mammoth Lakes rentals available for you and your crew. Explore our full list of Mammoth condo rentals to find the ideal match for you this season.

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Info@1849MountainRentals.com(760) 934-7525
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826 Lakeview Blvd (POB 835)
Mammoth Lakes, California


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