Massachusetts Has New England’s 2 Largest Winter Tubing Parks
Welcome to the 2023-2024 winter season. This means celebrating the fact that in all of New England, the two biggest tubing parks are just outside Boston. So, whether you're driving from Maine for a day trip, or you live in Southern New Hampshire or the North Shore of Boston, these parks are basically in our backyard.
As you plan your winter outings to swoosh down a snowy slope on a fast-moving tube or you prefer to feel that speed indoors for the warmth of it all, I have you covered.
Let's start with the largest indoor winter tubing experience in New England, since it's now open for its second year. And hear me out on this, because it's part of a tradition made for family fun.
In Avon, Massachusetts, just south of Boston, Jordan's Furniture is in full tubing mode, and also has a 4D Adventure Polar Express ride complete with a laser light show, 4,000-square-foot indoor skating rink, photos with Santa, as well as games, fun characters, and displays with its Enchanted Village.
So as you can see, the three 72-foot-long tubing slides, the largest indoor tubing in New England, are just part of the Enchanted Village.
Now, for those who don't mind our New England cold, you can visit Nashoba Valley in Littleton, Massachusetts. There, you can experience some pretty serious snow tubing at New England's largest outdoor tubing park. It's opening soon for the 2023-2024 winter season.
You have 18 lanes of tubing once it's open, so the lines move just about as quickly as the tubing. You can even tie tubes together for some group fun, because the lanes are so wide. And to top that off, you can tube at night.
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