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Tubers speed through a series of berms, turns and curves at the Zero Gravity Tube Park.
Tubers speed through a series of berms, turns and curves at the Zero Gravity Tube Park.
Tubers speed through a series of berms, turns and curves at the Zero Gravity Tube Park.
Tubers speed through a series of berms, turns and curves at the Zero Gravity Tube Park.

Tubing Rocks

Dec 22, 2011

Looking for a unique activity this holiday season? Rock out on the slopes in Lead at Ski Mystic Deer Mountain’s Zero Gravity Tube Park. You can tube under the stars on Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Local bands perform in the lodge and the music is pumped outdoors.

“We just wanted to created a venue with a lot of action,” says co-owner, Mark Brockman. “When you combine the thrill of tubing in the park at night with live music, it’s just awesome.” The cost is $25 or $20 with college ID. Tonight (Dec 22nd) features Letta People, the rock/blues band from Rapid City, and on the 29th you can hear Don’t Touch Me from Spearfish.

The Zero Gravity Tube Park is new this season. Tubing was always a popular attraction at Ski Mystic so Brockman and co-owner Alicia Salas decided to expand to what was formerly a beginner’s ski slope.  “It’s probably one of the biggest [tube parks] in the country,” says Brockman. “We have a 1,000 foot tube lift with a 250 foot vertical drop.” The park is also open during normal ski hours from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. And it's family friendly — children ages three and up are welcome. 

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