Monday, December 31, 2012


Remember when we were a kid and couldn't wait for the first big snowfall so you could grab your inner tubes and toboggans (or trashcan lids) and hit any snow-covered hill around? Weren't those some of the best times in your life?

Well, if you're visiting the San Bernardino Mountains this winter and are looking for a great place to take the kiddos (big kids, too) for a fun-filled day, head up to SNOWDRIFT TUBING PARK, Southern California's largest and oldest tubing park. The park is approximately 4 miles east of Running Springs on Rim of The World Highway (18).
The park supplies you with the tubes you'll need, which are specially designed with a belly strap and handles. They have slopes for the beginner, the intermediate and the advanced... a slope for everyone!

So the next time you're trying to think of something fun to do in the San Bernardino Mountains, head to Snowdrift Tubing Park.

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