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Amesbury Sports Park

An Exciting Summer & Snow Tubing Experience

The Amesbury Sports Park is a place like no other. The park boasts the steepest and fastest snow tubing hill in New England and offers up to 12 lanes for snow tubing.

There are currently nearly 1,000 tubes that can be operated when the park is at full capacity. Two lifts service the hill – a conveyor belt lift that guests stand on and an old fashioned handle tow lift that allows riders to sit in their tube as they are pulled up to the top of the hill.

amesbury snow park snow tubing with family

Once at the top of the hill, guests are permitted to link up in groups and slide down together or ride solo.

The annual Spring Splash and Big Air competition draws snowboarders from all over New England. Not a boarder? Enter the pond skimming competition! Snow tubers compete for distance and bragging rights as they skim over the icy pond.

amesbury sports park annual brew fest

There is an onsite Pub which offers traditional pub fare including pizza, burgers, salads, appetizers, hot chocolate, cold beer and more.

In warmer months, the Amesbury Sports Park is home to extreme obstacle foot races such as the Warrior Dash, Spartan Race, and 'Run For Your Lives' – a zombie infested 5k obstacle race. 

The Annual Brew Fest features over 100 beers, live bands and BBQ which draws thousands of people to the all day event.

The park is also home to globe riding, the sport of rolling down a large hill in an 11 foot inflatable sphere.  There are two different types of globes – water and harness.

Water Globe - Summer and snow tubing at amesbury sports park

Up to 3 people can enter the water globe with 10 gallons of water.  When the ball is rolled down the hill, guests slosh around like they are in a self contained water slide.  The harness ball allows guests to remain dry as they strap themselves into a 7 point harness. 

When the harness ball is rolled down the hill, guests tumble head over heels all the way to the bottom. It is truly an experience you will never forget!

Summer tubing is also offered in summer months at the Amesbury Sports Park.  It’s just like snow tubing but without the snow.  Guests ride up the conveyor belt lift, then sit on the hard bottomed tube and ride down 3 Neveplast (artificial ski surface) lanes.  People remain dry for the most part, although intermittent mist is used to keep the tracks lubricated and fast.

amesbury summer tubing

The park features artificial turf fields which can be used for soccer, rugby, lacrosse, football, field hockey, and cricket.

There is a full service function hall onsite that features cuisine by renowned Chef Kevin Jacques.  The private function room can accommodate up to 150 guests, or the entire facility itself can be rented for private outings. 

Relay races and obstacle course packages are available for team building outings, and snow / summer tubing birthday party packages are offered for kids.  Offsite catering is available to fit any budget.  Monthly wine dinners are well attended and typically sell out weeks in advance.  Reservations are required for the 4 course gourmet meals perfectly paired with sommelier selected wines.

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Amesbury Sports Park Essentials

Address: 12 South Hunt Road, Amesbury, MA 01913

Phone: (978) 388-5788

Website: amesburysportspark.net

Hours: Thursday & Friday, 3:30 pm - 9 pm; Saturday, 10 am - 9 pm; Sunday, 10 am to 7 pm; Holidays and School Vacations, 9 am to 9 pm Monday - Saturday and Sunday 9 am to 7 pm

Prices: 3 Hour Pass - $24; 5 Hour Pass - $32
*Thursday (non holiday) Special - Price includes 1 slide of pizza and 1 fountain soda per person. Make sure to mention this at the time of ticket purchase.

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