When is the last time you went snow tubing? The answer is probably a million years ago when you were a child and snow tubing meant dragging some sled apparatus up a steep hill after a big snowstorm and zooming down over and over again. Well tubing has gone 2.0 and Gorgoza Park, the biggest tubing hill in Utah, has lift served tubing (that’s right, no pulling your own tube up the hill!) with seven groomed lanes for beginners and advanced tubers. Not sure what type of tuber you are? Well, come test your skills over the holidays. I went to Gorgoza Park last season for the first time and had the BEST time and cannot wait to go this winter. I thought it was just for kids, but it is definitely a thrill for us older folks. You go fast and I found out that I’m an advanced tuber for sure! For the younger kids, there is mini-snowmobiling around a track and Fort Frosty, a tubing carousel. It's a winter playground for the entire family! Gorgoza Park has extended hours for the holidays and is open from 10 am to 8 pm and it’s lighted so a night adventure is even more thrilling. It’s an easy 5-10 minute drive from Park City, located on the I-80 frontage road at 3863 West Kilby Road. Check out www.GorgozaPark.com for directions and prices. Your kids, and well you, have never had so much fun.