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Through January 1, 2014, your Christmas Adventure pass or Mountain Member pass will let you experience all that Stone Mountain Christmas has to offer, including Homespun Christmas at the Antebellum Plantation, The Polar Express 4-D Experience, Singalong Christmas Train, A Crossroads Christmas Carol, Holly Jolly Cabaret, Snow Angel Palace, a visit with Santa Claus, Crossroads Christmas Parade, the Snow Angel Snowfall and Fireworks Finale, & more.
And you can play on Snow Mountain through February 19, 2014. A Snow Mountain pass or Mountain Member PLUS pass is required to play. If you’re not familiar with Snow Mountain, here are the basics:
- The 400-foot long tubing hill offers two experiences–Avalanche Alley is for multiple riders while Tube Runners is designed for single riders.
- In the Snow Zone, kids can play at Penguin Run (turrets, tunnels, & mid-sized slides), build a snowman, shoot snowballs at targets, or build an igloo.
- Kids ages three & under can play in the Little Angels section.
Want to head out on the cheap? Take advantage of one of these deals:
- As always, if you’re planning to go more than once (and there’s so much to do, you’ll probably need to), buy the Mountain Membership, a.k.a. the season pass. In addition to unlimited admission, Mountain Members save on tickets to Snow Mountain & Ride the ducks, get an extra discount on a parking pass, & more. Even better:The Mountain Members PLUS pass includes tickets to Snow Mountain & Ride the Ducks, annual parking, & other perks. If you’re renewing your membership, wait until you get to the park to do it: Mountain Members PLUS passholders save $10 when they renew their membership at the park, and renewing Mountain Members save $7.
- Through November 30, 2013, you can $19.99 buys a one-day Adventure Pass to Stone Mountain Park, thanks to a deal on Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau’s site. The tickets must be purchased by November 30, 2013, but they’re valid for admission through January 1, 2014.
- Thanks to an online offer, you can save up to 30% with a Family Value Pass, which includes an Adventure passes, refillable cups good for unlimited soft-drink refills, and meal tickets.
- Admission to Snow Mountain is $28 & it includes two hours of tubing & all-day access to the snow play area. But you can get in on the cheap if you take advantage of combo passes to check out both Snow Mountain & Stone Mountain Christmas or use your Mountain Membership or Mountain Membership Plus membership to save.
- Thanks to an offer from Gas South, you can save up to 25% on an Adventure Pass, Mountain Member pass or Mountain Member Plus pass to Stone Mountain Park.
As for parking, for most vehicles, it’s $10, but, you can still get in on the cheap:
- You can also walk or ride a bike to get in free. We’ve parked in Stone Mountain Village & walked in before, though if we do it again, I think we’d opt to bring the bikes.
- If you must drive, spring for the $35 annual permit if you you live near Stone Mountain Park & plan to visit at least four times a year, whether to take advantage of free special events or the park’s outdoor activities and laser show.
- If you get the Mountain Member PLUS pass, it includes parking + other benefits. Regular Mountain Members can add annual parking to the pass for $20.
Stone Mountain Park is located at 1000 Robert E. Lee Dr., Stone Mountain. Technically, the main entrance is located at U.S. Highway 78 East, Exit 8, Stone Mountain, but online mapping programs often don’t like the address. 770-498-5690.