Snow tubing is not just for kids in Maine; try it for a great thrill

Snow tubing continues to grow in popularity because it is fun, requires little athletic prowess, and can be done by people of almost all ages (although most snow tubing facilities have a minimum age or a minimum height for tubers). Snow tubing is offered as an add-on at some downhill ski areas and at tubing centers, all of which normally have tubes for rent. Many have lifts, to ease the uphill work and prolong the fun. It is always smart to phone ahead when planning a snow tubing trip to learn about snow conditions, liability requirements (some require parents' signatures for tubers under age 18), and other details.
Snow Tubing at Black Mountain of Maine - Rumford, ME
Black Mountain of Maine

39 Glover Road Rumford, ME, 04276 Phone: 207-364-8977

Black Mountain recommends that you call ahead to make sure tubing is open. Regular hours are select Wednesdays 4 - 9pm, and Saturdays & Sundays Noon - 4pm. Age/height requirements and all tubers must fill out a waiver on the website.
Snow Tubing at New Hermon Mountain - Hermon, ME
New Hermon Mountain

441 Newburgh Road Hermon, ME, 04401 Phone: 207-848-5192

Six hundred foot tubing chute is served by a lift. Tubing is allowed for everyone over the age of 3. Tubing is for anyone over the age of 3 years. Runs are designed for adults and children. Please visit the website for opening date for tubing and to fill out waiver
Snow Tubing at Seacoast Adventure - Windham, ME
Seacoast Adventure Snow Tubing

930 Roosevelt Trail - US Route 302 Windham, ME, 04062 Phone: 207-892-5952

Up to 12 lanes of snow tubing served by an express lift. Sledding also is offered. Night tubing and sledding. Must be at least 3 feet tall to do snow tubing, Snow tubing tickets are sold for 2-hour time blocks. You may review the tubing rules, order tickets and fill out the waiver online; reservations are not taken by phone. Goodies Café sells food, soft ice cream, hot and cold drinks.