It will snow in Tampa this November with the debut of Snowcat Ridge

Rendering of a snow park with a tubing/sledding hill

It’s going to snow in Tampa this November. Snowcat Ridge, a brand new Alpine Snow Park, is set to debut in November of this year. The concept is now seeking vendors for its market.

The one-of-a-kind alpine snow park – Snowcat Ridge – will feature a massive snow tubing hill, Alpine Village and a ten thousand square foot snow play dome.

Tickets are now on sale, and can be purchased on Snowcat’s website.

Snowcat Ridge includes a 60-foot-tall, 400-foot-long snow tubing hill, along with a magic carpet lift which will whisk riders and their snow tubes to the top of the hill. Guests will be provided with single, tandem and 6-person family tubes to slide down the snow-covered slope.

“Our team has been working very hard over the last few years to bring our alpine snow park to reality.” says Benjamin Nagengast, CEO of Snowcat Ridge. “Snowcat Ridge will be unlike anything anyone has seen before in the Sunshine State and we are incredibly excited to unveil our vision for the new alpine snow park today.”

There’s going to be REAL SNOW inside of the snow dome. Guests can build snowmen and snow castles inside. 

Questions about its opening timeline have been raised throughout the pandemic, but developers say they are still on track for the November debut.

Markets for Makers is now officially producing the Alpine Market inside of the snow dome and they’re currently seeking vendors. The Market will run from November 20-January 3. Click HERE to apply today.

The snow dome will also include a child-sized snow hill for younger guests.

“Some folks think it’s impossible to experience snow tubing and the joy of snow in Florida, but our team is all about making the impossible, possible.” says Mark Bremer, Creative Director of Snowcat Ridge. “The new alpine snow park will be unique in all regards and our team is thrilled to be launching in November 2020.” 

Snowcat Ridge will also feature a magical light show during the evenings on both the snow hill and inside of the snow dome. 

It’s a winter wonderland, y’all. Snowcat Ridge will be located at 27839 Saint Joe Road in Dade City. You can find more information on Snowcat Ridge’s website

Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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