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Wing Mountain Snowplay Area, Flagstaff

Categories: Ski Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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3.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • We took my son here for his birthday, and everyone had a blast. While I don't remember what we paid to get in, there was a gate fee -- cash only. Once you're in, there is a little booth that sells sle...  read more »
  • There is a carriage entrance fee, I think that 15 dlls by truck, but totally worth it!. Be sure to purchase before you get there something with which glide on ice mountain, that is its main attraction, fun and safe at the same time, for varied ages. There were some people who were roasting roast in the parking lot, very good idea. This Park is to enjoy several hours, picnicking, and especially to experience the thrill of sliding down that mountain of ice.
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  • Most locals HATE this place - it is like an unwashed dog of a place... "invites fleas"... The Phoenix and Valley people come up to get their snow fix in the winter, and that would be just fine - but t...  read more »
  • Very popular place, and can get quite crowded during the snow season. Great for families and kids. One major complaint: they need to do something about ensuring people, especially kids, don't walk or hangout in the path of oncoming slides. Just observe any slide path here for a few minutes on a crowded day. You will see several collisions between slides and people/kids!
  • This place is awesome. Get your sledges while going here. The play area has places where people can do sledging and it's super fun.
  • Family friendly snow play in Flagstaff. Plenty of room for you and your family to spread out and enjoy all that winter has to offer. Perfect for sledding, snowman building, snowball fights, or a long walk in the woods. Tons of restrooms and a snack shack with hot foods to keep you warm!
  • It's a pretty good place to take the kids to play in the snow. With that in mind, it's almost always busy. It's a bit less organized than you'd like as well. Little kids have no idea to move out of the way to let the next sledders go, and their parents don't seem to care either. A few more marked areas for climbing back up would clear up the confusion. Also when there's not a ton of snow, the top turns to rocks pretty quick.
  • DISSAPOINTED!!!!!! Just drove up from Phoenix and it was FULL no signs, no signs, come on, nothing on the web, nothing on the phone, about one hundred cars up and down the I-180 and we get in, and making a turn is a pain. They could have had a sign in town saying wing mountain FULL!!! I just wanted my three boys to have a good time. Called the number before we left just a pre recorded message saying opening times and "we'll see you soon" you won't be getting my $15. EVER!!!!!!
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