Tubing at Big Bear Lake during the winter season is a great way to have fun. One of the best places to experience tubing is Big Bear Snow Play, so grab your tubes and follow our guide to get the most out of your Big Bear winter tubing experience!
Big Bear Snow Play
Once a ski hill known as Rebel Ridge, Big Bear Snow Play boasts one of the longest slope runs in Southern California. It includes a lift that takes riders and their tubes to the top of the hill so parents and children can rest their energy for another trip down the mountain.
Day and Night Tubing Options
Big Bear Snow Play offers both day and night tubing. Night tubing is available from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Try Glow Tubing
An all new experience available at Big Bear Snowplay this year is Glow Tubing. Do some night tubing on the weekends surrounded by colored lights. The mountain slope is awash in red, blue, green and even black lights on winter evenings this year!
Enjoy the Covered Lift
Big Bear Snow Play has the only covered lift, known as the Magic Carpet, in Southern California. Enjoy a lift that keeps snow off guests as they ride. The kids will love riding the space-age clear tunnel as they ride to the top of the slope. Make sure you bring your camera to take some pictures from unique angles while you ride the lift.
Warm Up at the Base Lodge
When it’s time to warm up, take the kids to the Big Bear Snow Play Base Lodge. The lodge has a snack bar, a cotton candy machine, a video game area and restrooms.
Big Bear Snow Play Hours and Ticket Information
Big Bear Snow Play is open seven days a week. Day sessions run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and night sessions are on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Follow this road map information to find Big Bear Snow Play.
Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for small children (36″-42″ tall) and include an inner tube. Children must ride on the same tube as their parent. Group rates are available for groups of 35 people or more. Credit cards are not accepted and an ATM is located on-site. For more information, contact Big Bear Snow Play at (909) 585-0075.
Dress for Success at Big Bear Snow Play
Dress for winter weather. All participants should wear a hat, gloves, boots, a wind and water-resistant jacket and snow pants. Dress in layers so you can remove clothing if needed. Bring sunscreen and lip balm because the snow reflects the sun even on cloudy days.
Book Your Big Bear Vacation Stay
It’s time to plan your Big Bear Lake trip and your tubing experience at Big Bear Snow Play! Big Bear Frontier offers comfortable cabins and luxury hotel rooms near all of the tubing, skiing and snowboarding opportunities. Make your reservation today!