King Tubes is open for the winter season!
Snow tubing in Jackson Hole is a unique Jackson Hole winter activity for the whole family to get out and enjoy the snow!
King Tubes has snow tubes, three smooth groomed lanes, and a rope tow to pull you and your snow tube up the hill. All you need are some warm clothes and a need for speed! Let us do the rest.
Remember – you’ll be outside so if it’s a cold day at the King make sure to bundle up!!! Kids must be at least 42″ tall to ride and there’s only one person per tube allowed. Also – we do host private parties from time to time, so please call ahead to confirm we’re open if this is your last day in town and you need to tube the King!!
Check out our Big King Pass for the best value and enjoy unlimited rides on our winter activities all day for $90!
|Adults 1 hr (Age 15+)||$20|
|Kids 1 hr (Age 14-)||$15|
|Big King Pass||$90|
|King Tubes & Cowboy Coaster Package||$30|
Regular Hours beginning 12/17
Monday to Friday from 2pm – 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 7pm
Check our Facilities and Hours page for updates on holidays.
The King Tubes office is located in the parking lot across from the Lift Restaurant on Cache St.
307-734-3194 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I host a private party at King Tubes?
Yes, King Tubes can be closed to the public for parties up to 75 people, and we have group rates for parties of 25 or more.
Please e-mail us at email@example.com for more information.
Can my child ride in my tube with me?
No – everyone must ride in their own tube. Sorry – no exceptions.
What if my child is under 42″ tall?
Kids must be at least 42″ tall to ride in their own tube. Sorry – no exceptions.
What should I wear?
Proper gear to withstand the cold is critical for Jackson Hole winter activities. The basics – snow pants and jacket, boots, hat and mittens – will go a long way. But to really stay warm, go the extra mile. Heavy-duty winter boots with thick soles to insulate your feet from the cold ground will make your tubing experience much more enjoyable. Similarly, a face mask and even goggles will protect your face and eyes from the wind and cold as you speed down the hill. Remember that winters in Jackson can get pretty cold and if you’re outside for an hour or two, the clothing you wear can make or break your day!