Snowboarding combines the metaphorical coolness of skateboarding with the literal coolness of that closet where you keep all the food in your house. Dig in with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$22 for an all-day ski- or snowboard-lift ticket (up to a $45 value)<p>
$49 for a snowboarding package (a $172.50 total value)
- One all-day lift ticket (a $45 value)
- Rental of snowboard with step-in bindings, boots, and helmet (a $45 value)
- One-hour semiprivate snowboarding lesson (a $37.50 value)
- One additional all-day lift ticket for use on a second visit (a $45 value)<p>
Children as young as 3 can participate in lessons for groups of two–four riders. Ski and snowboard season typically runs from the weekend after Thanksgiving through late March, dependent on the weather. Riders should print and fill out the release form before they attend in order to get on the slopes faster.
Started in 1993 as a refuge for snowboarders who felt unappreciated by more ski-focused slopes, Raging Buffalo has grown into a popular haven for all sorts of shredders, both in the winter and summer months. In warm weather, seasoned instructors pull wakeboarders of all ages and experience levels down the Fox River, teaching students tricks ranging from jumps to emergency bathing-suit retrieval. When the water gets a bit firmer in the winter, the Raging Buffalo Snowboard Ski Park opens for business. The park, built for boarders but open to skiers, boasts a variety of runs and features such as halfpipes and rails. No matter the season, the park plays host to a variety of events all year, from rail jams to USASA competitions.
87% of 672 customers recommend
“Great place in the suburbs!!”
“Perfect for beginners! Parents can watch!”
“A great choice for snowboarding in the northwest suburbs. Nice people and great facility.”