There are several Ohio Ski Resorts near Columbus, Ohio. If you enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and tubing, you’ll really enjoy these.
Contrary to what some may think, Ohio is not totally flat (even though flying over the state, it may appear that way from the air). There are several beautiful areas of rolling hills with long slopes for snowboarding, tubing, and skiing. These are all close enough to Columbus to enjoy a fun filled day trip. You can also get some good package deals if you want to make it a weekend getaway.
I’m not an avid skier, however I love to watch and I really enjoy some of the lodges. Several of the lodges have entertainment and different events throughout the winter to enjoy. And I always love sitting around the fireplace in the lodges and listening to the crackling sounds of the wood burning while sipping a yummy drink.
So, let’s go exploring and check out the Ohio Ski Resorts.
Ohio Ski Resorts
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Big Creek Ski Area
Big Creek Ski area has five trails which include levels for beginners, intermediate, expert, and double black diamond. This is the Cleveland Ski Club with a membership of over 250 skiers. It is a private membership club, but if you have an interest, you may phone phone ahead and make arrangements to be a guest.
They do offer a chalet and lifts. You will need your own equipment as they do not rent equipment.
Adjacent to the Concord Slopes you will find the Lake County Park System which has miles of cross country trails available.
Location: 12721 Concord Hambden Road, Concord Township, Ohio 44024
Interested parties may contact Big Creek at email@example.com or Phone: (440) 974-0831
Boston Mills and Brandywine Ski Resort
From the beginner slopes to the most advanced slopes, Boston Mills offers you an exceptional all of the snow fun.
If you love skiing, snowboarding, and tubing, you’ll love this place!
Clear Fork Ski Resort
Clear Fork sits on 191 beautiful acres in Butler, Ohio. It features nine trails with six lifts. A special area is set up for beginners to learn. The lodge features a cafeteria and two lounges.
The vertical drop is 300 feet, Top elevation is 2,400 feet, base elevation is 2,100 feet and the longest run is 1,800 feet. The terrains are wide open and very nice, they accomodate snowboarders as well.
Location: 341 Resort Drive, Butler, Ohio – Phone: (419) 883-2000 – Snow Line: (800) 237-5673. Just south of Mansfield, Ohio off I-71 at Ohio Exit 13.
Mad River Mountain
Opened in 1962, Mad River Mountain celebrated its 45th year in the 2007-2008 season and it has made some great improvements. One of the new features is the second carpet lift for the Tubing Park, but there are more!
Snow Trails is in the heart of the rolling hills and slopes of Possum Run Valley just south of Mansfield, Ohio. This was the first resort in Ohio and it features skiing, radical riding, snowboarding, and snow tubing.
Have fun at the Ohio Ski Resorts and be safe!