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Chicopee Tube Park

City of Kitchener

Meetings, Outdoor & Recreation, Team Building, Things to Do

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Chicopee Tube Park boasts fun during every season. From the second weekend in December, until March, enjoy tubing down the snowy hill, or zip line and tube slide during the warmer months! When you’re not having fun on the hill, walk through their magnificent 9,500 sq ft log chalet, which has a raised 2,500 sq ft deck. Enjoy the craft beer selection and keep your eye on the action while overlooking the tube sliders from the fully licensed Ranger Lounge. Access to the park’s Wi-Fi is available at no additional charge.

Snow Tubing

The hill at Chicopee Tube Park is 250 ft high and 900 ft long with 6 chutes for snow tubing fun. It is ideal for events, such as birthday parties, school trips, or corporate events – The Chicopee Tube Park is fun for all ages! It can be reserved for private functions on Sundays and Mondays with a minimum of 100 people for 2.5 hours of tubing.

After hours of playing in the snow, warm up in the Chalet Café. There are a number of options for a quick and warm lunch, snack, or hot chocolate. There are also vending machines on the lower level for more quick snack options.

Summer Activities

No snow? No problem! Enjoy the fun of tubing in the summer with Chicopee Tube Park’s dry, waterless tube slide. A straight and a curved chute allow riders to enjoy the same slippery properties of winter tubing without the cold snow.

Zip lining is operational from the beginning of the spring into the fall. There is a shorter 80-meter track for young or first-time zip liners, and a 300-meter track for more experienced zip liners. Travel at speeds of 30-45 km/hour, with a series of springs that bring the rider to a gradual stop at the end of the line.

They also have a Eurobungy, a trampoline that allows jumpers to reach heights of 25 feet in the air. The Spider Web is a tall climbing tower with bird’s-eye views from the top! Climb and weave through the layers of elastic webbing, designed as safety catchments. Get a taste for tightrope walking on the horizontal ropes. Harnessed participants move along a railing system for a low-to-the-ground balance experience.

The tube park opens mid-to-late-December each year from Tuesday-Sunday and is open varying hours in the summer and fall. Check their website for more information.

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1600 River Road East
Kitchener, ON N2A 4K8

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