One of the cool things about living in New England is the number of different outdoor activities we have access to, even in the winter.  There's snowmobiling, ice fishing, ice climbing, skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and a lot more.

If you're looking for an affordable, thrilling, way to spend the afternoon with the family, you need to try snow tubing.  Many of the best ski resorts in Maine and New Hampshire also feature tubing parks.

Take a look at our list of great tubing parks in Maine and New Hampshire.

Maine & New Hampshire Tubing Parks You Need To Visit

We've put together a list of some of the best snow tubing parks in Maine and New Hampshire. If there is a park that needs to be on our list, let us know by messaging us through our app or on Facebook. Given the on-going COVID-19 crisis, and the fact the attractions are dependent on weather, you are going to want to check the park's website or call ahead to make sure they are operating.

Clearly, as many people are still concerned about the spread of COVID-19 and, just like skiing & snowboarding, snow tubing is dependent on weather conditions, you are going to want to check the resort's website or call to verify the tubing park is operating.

Additionally, keep in mind that you may need to download, print, and fill out waivers in advance.

So, what other tubing parks need to be on our list?  Let us know by sending a message through our app or on Facebook.

We tried our best to make sure we highlighted tubing parks from across the region.  For example, Big Rock in Mars Hill, Lost Valley Ski Area in Auburn, Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway, New Hampshire, and Bretton Woods at the Omni Mount Washington Resort.   We also tried our best to present you with several pricing options.  Depending on the location of the tubing park, prices for the activity can vary significantly.  Anywhere from a few dollars per hour to nearly $50 for a 2 hour chunk of time.

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