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Yawgoo Valley Ski Area & Water Park, Exeter

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Reviews
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  • The snow tubing is so much fun! I have been with just children and I have gone on a weekend night with friends. It is not only reasonable it is something different to do with the kids. You even get pu...  more »
  • Our group included senior citizens and teenagers so we were pleasantly surprised to see patrons of all ages enjoying snow tubing at this venue. It was our first time here and we weren't sure what to e...  more »
  • Yawgoo Valley is *the* place in southern Rhode Island to learn to ride a snowboard or learn to ski. There's so much challenge at Yawgoo. Driving up North for hours is a dubious proposition. The challe...  more »
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  • Only ski park in RI so it does the trick . However small hill and high prices . overall enjoyable
  • TERRIBLE!!! You can't get in. Poorly managed and all you'll get is a sorry. Don't waste your time. Tubing is the worst! You would think with the amount of good days they have they would be more pleasant and accommodating to their patrons. Buy yourself a tube and find a good hill.
  • Don't underestimate yawgoo for its size. It can be just as fun as any old mountain up north as long as you're with the right people. I can stay from 8:30 in the morning to 9:00 at night and still want to ride more. Also, management is very reasonable and friendly there. Usually you can spot Clay, Steve-o, or Jack (some of the operations managers) greeting people or taking care of things around the slope. I took lessons here about 6 years ago, not knowing how to even ride down a small hill. Now I am very cabable on the various features that are put out and switched around every week or so. Most of my good friends I met at yawgoo over the years.
  • I took my nephew to Yawgoo after growing up on going to the water-slides and having a blast. Positives -Good in-ground pool -Not a bad price Negatives -A bit dated- hasn't changed since I went 15 years ago. -The lifeguards and slide supervisors didn't seem to care too much about anything. **Important**- The kids had a good time on the water-slides but one of the main reasons I am writing is because of my experience on the larger of the 2 slides. I laid down on the slide (per sign direction) and after taking a second to get going, I started flying down the slide. Long story short, I was going so fast that I got turned around and hit my head on the slide before entering the pool. Luckily I am okay, but after I got out of the pool neither life guard came over to check on me. In addition, I watched several adults come down the slide and look as though they were going to fly off the slide coming around the corner. If you weigh more than 150 pounds I would HIGHLY suggest sitting up while going down either slide to prevent possible injury. I am not one who usually writes reviews, especially ones that are negative but I feel obligated to warn people about how potentially dangerous these water-slides can be and the general lack of care by the guards.
  • Iam So pissed. we got there and realized we had to buy tickets online which is so stupid!