Snow Tubing is something I used to always look forward to after a big snowstorm as a kid here in the Berkshires. Whether it was sliding down the small hill I had in my backyard or bugging my parents to take me to this big steep hill behind my old Elementary School in Adams.

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I know a handful of people that still go snow tubing to this day as adults and to be honest, I would love to start doing it again! Here I found a list of places here in Massachusetts including the Berkshires that offer snow tubing. Or you can be like me a tube down a big at your neighborhood playground. But for the most fun, the list is what I recommend.

Check out the list below of these ski resorts that offer tubing:

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Berkshire East Mountain Resort, 66 Thunder Mountain Rd, Charlemont, MA 01339

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Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, 37 Corey Rd, Hancock, MA 01237

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Bousquet Mountain Ski Area, 101 Dan Fox Dr, Pittsfield, MA 01201

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Butternut Ski Area and Tubing Center, 380 State Rd, Great Barrington, MA 01230

You can be assured that many of these Ski Areas in the Berkshires actually create their own snow to battle the mild temperatures that may a occur during the winter months. Afterall, it could snow, it could rain, or even just be sunny tomorrow! You never know what the weather brings here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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