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Looking for a place to go tubing? Plan a day trip or weekend getaway and have snowy hilltop fun with the family.
Echo Valley is open Saturday and Sundays in January, February and March. Admission is $20.00 for children and adults for tubing and tobogganing for the day. There is no age, height or weight restrictions but it is cash only.
Make your reservations for two hours of tubing at Cannonsburg. The magic carpet carries you to the top of the hill, allowing for maximum downhill tubing runs. It is open Wednesday thru Sunday. Weekday rate is $18 and weekend is $23 per person.
Enjoy the winter wonderland and grab a tube to slide down one of the coolest sledding hills in Metro-Detroit. Come during the evenings and watch the hill come alive with lights.
On your mark, get set, go! Grab a tube, hook it on the conveyor and take a seat. Tickets are available online and cost $29 for an hour. Operation dates vary but the hills are open from December to March.
Experience the thrill of sledding without having to climb back up at the Alpine Tubing Park. Open on weekend tickets are sold online for $20 per person. Participants must be at least 36 inches tall.
Snow Snake is open Thursday thru Sunday for tubing. Tickets for one hour increments are available for $18 per person. Participants must be at least 36 inches tall.
Book your weekend tubing session online for Hanson Hills. Take an exhilarating ride down the slope on a tube where you will end up at the base of the hill right next to the tow rope where you will be towed back to the top to do it again! After your one hour session you will be hooked! Tickets cost $14 per person for 1 hour.
A 660 ft. run makes for plenty of excitement! Fly down the track on a snow tube and let the tow rope pull you back to the top. Warm-up around the bonfire, or inside at the snack shack where you’ll find hot cocoa, beer specials, and treats. Participants must be at least 38 inches and tickets are $10 per person.
Timberlee Hills is the largest snow tubing hill without dedicated lanes in the state of Michigan. Reservations must be made online for $15 per person on Fridays thru Sunday.
Make plans for Glow Tubing on Thursday thru Sunday. Tickets are $28 for 2 hours.
The tubing park provides the snow tubes and has two massive conveyor belt that ascends you to the top of the tubing lanes. Tickets are for 2-hour sessions and pricing for the 2020-21 season is $25 per person, per two hour session. Participants must be at least 42 inches tall.
Sault Seal is equipped with 7 tubing runs with 2 tubing lifts, and a ski and snowboard hill with 1 lift. Sault Seal also has a heated chalet with a view of the entire hill.
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Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..