Snowcat Ridge Florida Snow Park Tubing

Florida Snow Tubing Park Coming Soon

PASCO COUNTY, Fla.- Coming soon to Dade City, Pasco County, Snowcat Ridge will be the first Florida Snow Park of its kind featuring snow tubing, snow play, and an Alpine Village.

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SOURCE: Snowcat Ridge

Snowcat Ridge will include a 60-foot-tall, 400-foot-long snow tubing hill, along with a magic carpet lift which will whisk riders and their snow tubes to the top of the hill. Guests will be provided with single, tandem, and 6-person family tubes to slide down the snow-covered slope.

According to their website, after a few hours on the snow tubing hill, riders can make snowmen or snow castles with REAL snow inside of the snow dome. And, for the very young riders, we’ll have a child-sized version of our snow hill, located inside of our snow dome.

Snowcat Ridge will also light up the night with a light show on both the snow hill and in the snow dome, a definite first for Florida.

With a goal of opening in November 2020, Snowcat Ridge said in a Facebook post, “We’ve been getting a lot of questions about our November 2020 opening date… Don’t worry, we’re VERY hard at work at building the park and we’re still on track for a November 2020 open date!”

We took a cruise out to Dade City to see the progress for ourselves, and this place is going to be a blast. Construction is well underway for Florida’s first snow park.

  • Snowcat Ride Florida Snow Park Tubing
  • Snowcat Ride Florida Snow Park Tubing
  • Snowcat Ride Florida Snow Park Tubing
  • Snowcat Ride Florida Snow Park Tubing
  • Snowcat Ride Florida Snow Park Tubing

We’ve reached out to Snowcat Ridge to get an update on an opening date and will update this story when we have that information.

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