Other Activities in the Valley
ResortBoard Adventure Tours
A brand new way to experience Waterville Valley and the White Mountains, ResortBoard Adventure Tours will take you off the beaten path, literally!
With 18 clay courts laying below staggering peaks, no wonder tennis in the Valley is listed a 25 tennis resort in the world.
Hiking in and around Waterville Valley is like few things you've ever experienced. There are seven 4,000-foot peaks that form a near-perfect bowl around the valley. Within that bowl you'll find over 100 miles of well-marked trails for every level of stamina and sense of exploration.
Located in the parking lot of Town Square, the Super Park features a skateboard and inline skate park with a large horseshoe bowl, street course including a hubba and mini ramp. The park also contains pyramids, banked ramps, handrails and quarter pipes. The other component of the Super Park is the outdoor dirt BMX track with jumps, banked turns, dips and more. Skateboard and helmet rentals available.
Located on Boulder Path Road (past the Tennis Courts), Snow's Mountain Chairlift offers something for everyone. Take a relaxing, scenic round trip ride, or the more adventurous can take the chairlift up to the top with a bike and head down a variety of trails for all abilities through the National Forest. Everything from meandering dirt roads to gnarly single-track is available. Open during the fall season Weekends and holidays 10am - 3:45pm.
Waterville Valley Resort's legendary Nordic Trails provide an ideal location for remarkable races, clinics, tours, lessons, and just plain fun.
Call the Adventure Center at 603-236-4666 for more information.
From spring-fed ponds to indoor and outdoor pools, you'll be sure to find your swimming spot in the Valley.
It's free! Hop on board to get to your next location or simply enjoy the ride.
The original Snow's Mountain ski trails of Waterville Valley have been transformed into a 9-hole disc golf course that begins with a chairlift ride to the summit. Then play your way down the mountain while taking in views of the town below and surrounding peaks!
Rent equipment and purchase chairlift tickets at the base of the Snow's Mountain Chairlift.
The Town Recreation Department offers a full slate of daily activities for all ages, including day camps, rock climbing, art programs, ice cream socials and family bingo. Supervised programs are always age appropriate with great staff-to-children ratios. Programs and activities for those with disabilities are also available.
Rent a bike at the Adventure Center and cruise around the Valley, or cut through the woods and explore a variety of trails for all abilities through the National Forest. Everything from meandering dirt roads to gnarly single-track is available.
The Adventure Center has several trails designated for daily fat bike use, see trail report for open trails. Additional terrain open for fat biking on Sundays and Thursdays as conditions allow.
The Vertical Zone: Climbing Tower & Bungee Trampoline
Adventures in Town Square are climbing to all new heights! Joining our fleet of new summer activities is a brand new Vertical Zone equipped with an Outdoor Climbing Tower and a Bungee Trampoline.
A racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. Natives: FREE. Guests: $4 Become a Native at the WV Rec! Annual Cost: $20/youth, $25/Adult, $75/family of 5
The Indoor Ice Arena is located at the center of activity in Waterville Valley in the Town Square complex on the shores of Corcoran Pond. The Ice Arena operates a daily schedule of ice events throughout the year from late June through mid-April. Daily public skating has long been a mainstay of the Ice Arena's operations. Popular "hockey hour" (stick-and-puck) and figure skating "freestyle" sessions frequent the calendar.
A family-friendly, scenic 9-hole course. Par 31 layout with three par 4 holes provides a challenging golf experience for players of all abilities.
Waterville Valley was founded by ski legend, Tom Corcoran, has hosted 11 Wold Cup events, and is the home to freestyle skiing. With 60 trails, a recent peak expansion and upgraded snowmaking capabilities, you won't be disappointed when you come to experience this classic New England resort.
Tubing in the Valley is better than ever! On the hill adjacent to the Waterville Valley Golf Course are multiple dedicated tubing lanes, complete with a warming center. Guests of all ages can participate, but children must be at least 42 inches tall to tube alone. The tubing hill is walk-up (not lift serviced). Dress appropriately, warm clothing, including gloves and winter footwear are advised. For everyone’s safety, ski and other hard shell boots are not permitted. Have fun!