Florida’s SnowCat Ridge Allowed to Reopen After Temporary Shutdown

PASCO COUNTY, Fla. – Florida’s first “snow park”, Snowcat Ridge has reopened, after being temporarily shut down by Pasco County officials on Thursday.

On Thursday, Pasco County announced safety violations and the temporary closure of Snowcat Ridge.

In a Facebook post, Snowcat Ridge said, “After a thorough inspection by Pasco County this afternoon, we’ve addressed the issues reported by Pasco County officials. We’ve temporarily removed the use of our shipping containers in the Alpine Village and the rest of the park has been cleared to open on Friday, December 11th at 3:00pm. The safety of our staff and guests are our top priority and with these modifications complete, we are looking forward to welcoming guests back to Snowcat Ridge.”

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