Oklahoma City’s adventurous crowd to catch the drift
December 20, 2012 by Sarah
If dressed appropriately, there is a lot to be gained from being outdoors at this time of year. Chesapeake Snow Tubing gives the whole family the opportunity to get outside and enjoy some great recreational activity during the holiday season. This event may have been advertised using poster printing, with the posters being displayed in heavily trafficked areas.
The event allows people to take a cruise down the country’s longest man-made slopes located at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. This incredible ride will send people dashing across the field, whether it is cloudy or sunny. This facility is open to everyone and last about two hours. Families are reminded that although it may be sunny out, this is still a winter event and they need to dress warmly and remember spare hats and mittens. Cruising across the field on these quick snow tubes often requires hands to drag in the snow and mittens and gloves get soaked quickly.
This is a thouroughly exciting event for children of all ages that starts at the ballpark’s upper deck, drops down fast, and scoots across the field to a halt. This is an adrenaline rush for most people.
Tickets for this event are $10 per half hour, with snow tubing sessions staring every two hours from 12:00 pm each day. The Chesapeake Snow Tubing adventures will be happening every Saturday and Sunday from December 22 until January 5 at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark located at 2 S. Mickey Mantle Drive in Oklahoma City. To book times, please visit the Chesapeake Snow Tubing website or call the office at 405-218-1000.