Snow Tubing in Metro Detroit and Beyond
Although we haven’t had much snow this winter, there is still a lot of winter to come! Be prepared for tubing fun by finding a local hill or plan a road trip within Michigan!
Tubing Hills in Metro Detroit
Tubing is very popular at this park in Bloomfield Hills. In fact, reservations are required and can be made online. Open for tubing on Thursday-Saturdays, they even have night tubing with lights and lasers. For more information and an appointment time, visit their website.
Located in Lansing, these hills are groomed specifically for snow tubing, and snow isn’t a problem here since it’s made by machines! Riders can speed down one of many 16 ft wide sculpted snow lanes as they drop 50-60 feet over a course of 500-600 feet. Best part – NO CLIMBING – A magic carpet uphill conveyor lift transports riders to the top of the hill.
See the Ingham County Parks website for more information about Hawk Island.
Rolling Hills Park features a sledding hill, a half mile of cleared walking trail, and three miles of groomed cross-country ski trails. Tubes are available to rent as $3 per hour. See their website for more information.
Tubing Beyond Metro Detroit
- Echo Valley (Kalamazoo)
- Boyne Mountain Resort (Boyne Falls)
- Boyne Highlands Resort (Harbor Springs)
- Cannonsburg (Belmont)
- Double JJ Resort (New Era)
- Hanson Hills (Grayling)
- Mt. Holiday (Traverse City)
- Timberlee Hills (Traverse City)
- Shanty Creek Resort (Bellaire)
- Gladstone Sports Park (Gladstone)
- Snow Snake Ski & Golf (Harrison)
- Treetops Resort (Gaylord)
- Ostego Resort (Gaylord)
For sledding hills in Metro Detroit, visit this post