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Snowtubing in the Poconos

Snowtubing isn’t just the easiest way to go down the mountain — sometimes it’s the most fun. With over 40 lanes to choose from, have a blast all day and all night with lanes aglow at Galactic snowtubing. And our Magic Carpets bring you back up to do it again just as quick. Snowtubing sessions are two hours long and start every hour on the hour. We highly suggest purchasing tickets online in advanced to secure your spot.

Why not stay over and make the most of your mountain adventure. Camelback Resort offers endless experiences, plus lodge guests receive discounted pricing for lift and/or tubing ticketsClick Here to reserve your room and add your adventures at checkout!


193 Resort Drive
Tannersville, PA 18372


Mon – Thurs  |  12:00pm – 8:00pm
Fri | 12:00pm-10:00pm
Sat – Sun  |  9:00am – 10:00pm


(570) 629-1661

*Save time when you arrive and add on parking during transaction now. For premium parking – follow the Cashless payment instructions on lot signage.

Military Discount: To celebrate our military members, Camelback Mountain offers discounted tickets to active military and up to 4 card-carrying dependents. Military discounts are available at the resort only. Active military cardholder and/or valid dependent cardholders must be present for purchase. Veterans who possess a valid DD-214 or active driver’s license with veteran’s designation logo are eligible for the military discount.

Height Requirements: Riders must be 44 inches tall to ride alone. Riders who are 33 inches to 43 inches tall may ride in a double tube or chain with a participating adult age 18+. We apologize that we are unable to accommodate riders who are under 33 inches tall.

Age Requirements: There is no minimum age so long as the height requirements are met, Riders under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a participating adult (age 18+) with valid snowtubing ticket.


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Snowboarder Kicking up fresh powder on Camelback Mountain

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If snowtubing is working up your appetite, swing by the food trucks to grab a bite around the firepit. 

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From the slopes to the slides, there’s a lot to enjoy about Camelback Resort — and even more to do. Better get started.


Face coverings are required in all Public Areas at the resort, this includes indoor and outdoor areas. Camelback Resort is following all CDC and state guidelines. It is now required by the state of Pennsylvania.

When you get your tube at the bottom of the hill you will drag it to the magic carpet which will take you and your tube to the top of the park.

Reservations are strongly suggested for snowtubing. You can purchase tickets and book your times online to secure your spot.

Yes we do have lockers that you can purchase to store your belongings. Stop by our retail shop to purchase your locker rental.

A signed waiver is required to participate and pick up your tickets.
Please have your snowtubing ticket visible on your jacket or pants. We recommend warm layers, gloves and snow boots. Helmets are up to your discretion if you wish to bring one.

With certain PA state mandates expiring, we are incredibly excited to be reopening indoor dining at 50% capacity! We’re more than ready to welcome our guests back inside for the dining experiences we’ve all been missing recently. In addition to indoor seating, we will continue offering outdoor seating in our heated tents at Trails End Pub & Grille, Berrelli’s Italian Chophouse, Summit House and throughout the Mountain Village ski area. Indoor and outdoor, we’ve got you covered! In accordance with previous PA mandates, alcoholic purchases must be ordered with an accompanying entrée. Please see the Eat & Drink area of our website for detailed hours of operation.

Food & Beverage Options Currently Open (all Tents are outdoors with heating units and open ventilation):

Open dateOfferingsHoursMeal PeriodSeating
Smokehouse / Annex DeckOPENTakeout Only9am till volume Breakfast / Lunch / DinnerOutside Tent
Taco’s & BeerFood truckOPENTakeout Only9am till volumeLunch / DinnerOutside Tent
Summit HouseOPENOutside Dining and Takeout12pm to 6pmLunchOutside Tent
On a Roll Food truckOPENTakeout Only9am till 9pmBreakfast / LunchOutdoor Picnic

Our NEW food truck will be located at snowtubing this year, On a Roll and Tap Bar. All offerings are takeout only and alcohol must be purchased with an entrée. Face coverings are required to place order and physically distancing in line will be enforced.

Queue lines and carpets physically distanced between family groups at 6 feet. Guests and associates required to wear facial coverings/masks at all times in the snowtubing area unless seated at a table to eat or drink. Gloves are recommended for all guests. (Regular winter gloves are sufficient). Hand sanitizer stations will be located at the bottom and top of the lifts. Tubes will be sanitized at the end of each day.

Here’s what we recommend in the colder months.
Insulated snow pants and a snug fitting base layer (long underwear) are highly recommended for your comfort. By the way, don’t tuck your pants into your boots. Snow pants are designed to fit over the tops of your boots. The only things that go inside your boots are your feet and your socks. Good waterproof pants are invaluable!

A long-sleeved shirt (a turtle neck is a great idea) with a sweater and medium weight jacket offers a variety of options should the temperature change on the ski resort. On very cold days, a layer of long underwear worn on the upper body is a great insulator and may always be removed if conditions warrant. A winter jacket with armpit vents can be very effective at regulating body temperature.

Cover your head! Your body loses 80% of its heat through your head. A hat is essential! A warm wool or fleece hat is ideal. Don’t sweat “hat hair”… you can fix it after the last run and before you head out for drinks and dinner.

Wear one pair of light to medium weight socks! Also we recommend you wear boots/warm waterproof shoes. Your boots are designed to keep you warm. Don’t cut off circulation to your toes or start your feet sweating with heavy socks. You may want to bring an extra pair to swap out during the day to keep you comfortable.


Personal preference rules here. Generally, mittens are warmer but restrict dexterity. Glove liners (available in our shop) are a viable option for some. Boarders tend to prefer long, waterproof mittens. Hand warmers (also available in our shop) are single-use pouches that produce heat for several hours and are used inside gloves or mittens.

Neck Wear:

Leave the long woolen scarf your grandmother knit for you at home. You’re much better off with a neck warmer, a non-allergenic fleece tube that slips over the head and keeps your neck toasty warm. This wonderful, inexpensive piece of apparel is actually long enough to be pulled up to cover your chin, mouth and nose.

Winter Weather:

Insulated long underwear or base layer is priceless. The best ones are made of high-tech synthetic materials, but inexpensive cotton-poly blends work fine as well.

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