There's some serious winter fun heading your way again this year! Winter Park at Bowers School Farm in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan is once again this year bringing back a season of outdoor fun including snow tubing.

Sure, sledding is always fun, but snow tubing kicks it up to a whole new level. For a third year, Bowers School Farm's Winter Park in Bloomfield Hills will be the hot spot for cool weather excitement. Not only is there something for those thrill-seekers out there, but Winter Park also has something for everyone.

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There's outdoor ice skating, firepits to make s’mores by, and even the Farm Store to stock up on all types of goodies. Food is available at the Farm Kitchen, and larger groups can even rent a tent onsite for special parties and get-togethers. There is also live entertainment on Saturdays.

As if all of that isn't more fun than you can imagine, it's the snow tubing that really brings the people out.  Tubing tickets get you 50 minutes of fun and the hill is open day, and night, with evening hours seeing Winter Park come alive with lights. Tubing sessions start every hour and it's recommended that all riders be over 42” tall.

Winter Park will start its season on January 6th and run through February 26th. Winter Park hours will be;

  • Wednesdays: 4p-9p

  • Thursdays: 4p-9p

  • Fridays: 4p-10p

  • Saturdays: 12p-10p

  • Sundays: 12p-9p

Tickets start at $5 for General Admission and $17 for combined Tubing & General Admission, There are also skate rentals available for $8. Tubing tickets have been known to sell out quickly, so be sure to buy yours now.

You can purchase tickets and get more information about Winter Park at Bowers Farm here.

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