The recent snowstorms that brought another 15 to 20 inches of fresh snow to Big Bear this past week has boosted snow levels at Big Bear Snow Play. Today the snow-tubing park reported that its snow base is at five to 20 feet. This is due to Mother Nature’s recent storm combined with previous snowfall and three months of continuous snowmaking. Of course, Mother Nature could bring more snow in the coming weeks, too. With Big Bear Snow Play’s quality snow pack, it’s projected to remain open through Easter weekend in April.
“Mother Nature delivered big!” said Big Bear Snow Play Director of Operations Scott Voigt. “Our tubing hills are packed with the white stuff.”
Big Bear Snow Play is open daily for snow tubing from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Glow tubing is every Friday, Saturday, and holiday nights from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Snow tubing participants must be at least 36 inches tall. General admission passes, which includes tube rental and Magic Carpet lift are $35, and small children (36 inches to 42 inches in height) are $20 with a paying adult. Guests are free to come and go as they please. Big Bear Snow Play is located at 42825 Big Bear Blvd. (three miles east of Big Bear Village, next to Motel 6). For more information call (909) 585-0075 or visit BigBearSnowPlay.com.