Just minutes from downtown, Snow Mountain is Atlanta's official destination for snow-packed family fun.
November 19, 2016 - February 25, 2017 (Select Dates)
From snowman building to snowball shooting, tubing to togetherness, enjoy all the moments that will make for the perfect snow day.
Tickets go on sale Fall 2016!
Due to adverse and unpredictable weather conditions, sessions may be limited or canceled. Reservations may be rescheduled due to snow session cancellations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do children require adult supervision at Snow Mountain?
Children under 16 require adult supervision.
Are there any height restrictions at Snow Mountain?
Avalanche Alley (family tubes) require a minimum height of 36" tall, and a maximum of 5 riders per tube. Tube Runners (single tubes) require a minimum height of 42" tall, and a maximum of 1 rider per tube.
Little Angels, located in the SnowZone, is designed for kids 3 and under. The max height is 42". Penguin Run, also located in the SnowZone, is one step up with a max height of 54".
Are lockers available for Snow Mountain guests?
Yes. The park offers locker rentals ($5 for large, $3 for small).
How much are Snow Mountain Passes for adults and children?
Adult and children passes are $28 plus tax. Children 2 and under are free - please check in at the measuring station (located behind Main Ticket Plaza) to get a "children 2 and under" snow tag.
What should I bring to Snow Mountain?
Don’t worry about buying or lugging snow gear, all you need for your tubing and snow play fun is included in the price of admission. For the safety of all Snow Mountain's guests, only park-provided equipment is allowed. You should consider dressing warmly for your snow outing and bringing a change of clothing in case you get wet.
What should I wear?
This is real snow! It is wet, cold and slippery. Enjoy your time at Snow Mountain by wearing warm, water-resistant clothes including gloves and boots. You might also consider covering ears with muffs or hats. Layering is also recommended. You might start out cold, but end up breaking a sweat as you play in the snow. Also consider bringing a change of clothing. Don’t own any winter gear? The park sells basic snow gear like hats, gloves and other winter staples at the Hat & Glove Cart.