In the summertime, we usually engage in some of the best activities that everyone can enjoy regardless of where you live. Barbecues, pool parties, beach days and driving around with the windows down are some of the wonderful things that best describe what we do in the summer months. However, when summer turns to winter, those who live in a cold state can enjoy the activities that winter offers. Snowboarding, sleigh rides, skiing and in this case, snow tubing. Snow tubing is exactly what it sounds like – tubing down a big hill of snow. Sound like fun? You bet it is! So before you find a miniature hill of snow to tube down, check out one of these five exhilarating snow tubing experiences around the country.

1. Snow Mountain – Stone Mountain, Georgia

Snow tubing at Georgia’s famous Stone Mountain just outside of Atlanta is an experience that will last a lifetime. Although it’s not a likely place to visit for this type of activity, they draw a tremendous crowd each year.

1. Mad River Mountain – Zanesfield, Ohio

Mad River Mountain is Ohio’s largest and most popular ski resort. Guests who aren’t into skiing can enjoy their “Midnight Madness” late night tubing.

3. Keystone Resort – Keystone, Colorado

Colorado is a ski mecca and million of visitors head to this state to enjoy the beautiful soft snow and picturesque scenery.

4. Wintergreen Resort – Wintergreen, Virginia

Winter is more fun when you get to enjoy it in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Each year Wintergreen offers the best tubing at more of an industrial scale.

5. Heavenly Mountain – Lake Tahoe, California

Don’t let the winter fool you into thinking you can’t do some tubing in the summer. Heavenly Mountain offers tube rides all year long!

Where is your favorite place to snow tube?