Snowcat Ridge Florida Snow Tubing Alpine Village

Today is the day that Floridians have been waiting for! The grand opening of the state's first-ever outdoor snow park — Snowcat Ridge

The highly-anticipated attraction is finally welcoming aspiring snow tubers and winter wonderland dreamers to explore the first-of-its-kind park.  

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Located in Dade City, the alpine park is home to a massive 60-foot-tall, 400-foot-long snow tubing mountain like never seen before in Florida. 

Floridians can now experience a true snow day and go racing down the slippery slopes again and again.

Don't worry about the trek back up the hill — A “magic carpet” lift carries snow tubers back to the summit.

There's also a 10,000-square-foot play dome filled with real snow where you can build snowmen or get in a snowball fight.

The park has an Alpine Village where you can escape from the snow and warm up with a cup of hot cocoa. 

Snowcat Ridge Florida Snow Tubing Alpine Village

Tickets include a two-hour snow tubing pass and all-day access to the Arctic Igloo & Alpine Village, and they're available on the Snowcat Ridge website now!

Snowcat Ridge

Price: Starting at $24.95

Address: 27839 Saint Joe Rd., Dade City, FL

Why You Need To Go: To experience a real snow day under sunny Florida skies!

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