UPDATED 1/12/20 with new discounts!
Want to play in the snow this winter? Snow Mountain runs through February 23, 2020 at Stone Mountain Park — and is said to be Georgia’s largest snow park.
Several feet of actual snow are sculpted into lanes on a snow-covered hill, so you can ride down the slope in a tube. There are different lanes to accommodate single riders, two riders, or giant tubes that hold your whole family.
Anyone 36 inches and taller can scream their way down the Avalanche Alley family tube ride and the new Dare Devil Plunge. Anyone 48 inches and taller can take on a single tube lane.
The Snow Zone play area, located on the laser show lawn, is open for younger kids to play in the snow. They can make the snowmen and snow angels, and experience periodic “snow fall.”
From the press release:
The all-new Dare Devil Plunge dark-tunnel ride is designed for thrill seekers. It is Snow Mountain’s tallest, fastest slope ever. You’ll launch down the hill from over three stories high, reaching speeds of up to 30 mph while you zip through a 150-foot tunnel of lights. Take the plunge with a friend in a double tube, or slide solo in a single tube on this daring new ride. Stay into the evening for Galactic Snow Tubing, an out-of-this-world nighttime experience with lasers, lights, and music.
Regular price tickets are available online.
Snow Mountain tickets include a two-hour tubing session and all-day access to the Snow Zone play area located on the laser lawn. Galactic Snow Tubing sessions begin at 5:30 p.m. on Snow Mountain operating days. Space is limited and advanced reservations are strongly recommended.
The Groupon deal
Enjoy a 2-hour snow tubing session on the cheap!
Thanks to a limited-time Groupon deal, you can get a Snow Mountain pass for just $19.99.
That’s over 40% off the regular price of $34.95.
Groupon does not add service fees to its deals.
Things to know about the deal:
You can use the Groupon voucher on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in January and February (view the Stone Mountain calendar for opening hours). You must arrive at least one hour before the start of the last session of the day.
The voucher includes a 2-hour tubing session and all-day access to the Snow Zone play area.
Your tubing session begins at the next available session time after you exchange your voucher for a ticket at the park’s Ticket Plaza. (Sessions begin on the hour or half-hour.)
Prices and special offers
Updated on 1/6/2020.
Remember, if you don’t have an annual parking pass, you’ll pay $20 at the gate to cover parking.
The basic Snow Mountain pass is $34.95 when you purchase online. You’ll select your date and snow session time (you get a two-hour session.)
Members get a discounted price after logging in.
Choose a time from 4:30 or later if you want to experience Galactic Tubing with laser lights.
Special offer: Snow Pass + 3-Attractions Pass for $44.95
Includes a two-hour snow tubing session, all day access to the Snow play area, and a 3-Attractions Pass. You’ll choose your snow session time when you buy your ticket — then you can either enjoy the 3 attractions on the same day, or any open day attractions are open through Feb. 23, 2020. (Note that you’ll pay for parking again if you come back later to use the 3-Attractions Pass.
Special offer: Snow All-access Pass + 3-Attractions Pass for $49.95
Available on select dates
Includes All-Access snow tubing for the day as well as access to the Snow Play Area and a 3-Attractions Pass.
Select your snow session time when you buy your ticket — and either enjoy the 3 attractions on the same day, or any open day attractions are open through Feb. 23, 2020. (Note that you’ll pay for parking again if you come back later to use the 3-Attractions Pass.
As always, if you’re planning to go more than once (and there’s so much to do, you may want to), buy the Mountain Membership, a.k.a. the season pass. In addition to unlimited admission, Mountain Members save on tickets to Snow Mountain, get an extra discount on a parking pass, & more.
Know before you go
A note about parking: If you walk or ride a bike to Stone Mountain Park, there’s no parking fee. Otherwise, it’s $20 for daily parking.
If you have to drive and aren’t opting to pay for a Mountain Member PLUS pass, consider buying the $40 annual permit if you plan to visit multiple times. It pays for itself in two visits — and then events like the LaserShow become truly FREE.
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