Summer Tubing - thank you for a wonderful season!
Thank you for a wonderful first summer tubing season! It was so wonderful to see you all and look forward to our upcoming winter season and more summer tubing fun in 2024!
Hours of Operation
Regular Season (dec 11 - Apr 5)
|Monday - Friday:
9:30 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR HOLIDAY HOURS
Hours of operation are subject to change due to weather or conditions.
Regular Season HoursCurrently Closed
- Monday9:30am - 9pm
- Tuesday9:30am - 9pm
- Wednesday9:30am - 9pm
- Thursday9:30am - 9pm
- Friday9:30am - 9pm
- TodaySaturday9:30am - 5pm
- Sunday9:30am - 5pm
- Christmas EveDec 2410am - 4pm
- Christmas DayDec 25Closed
- Boxing DayDec 2610am - 4pm
- Christmas BreakDec 27-299:30am - 5pm
- New Year’s EveDec 3110am - 4pm
- New Year’s DayJan 110am - 4pm
- Family DayFeb 1910am - 4pm
- Spring BreakMar 25-289:30am - 9pm
- Good FridayMar 2910am - 4pm
- Easter MondayApr 110am - 4pm
Rabbit hill considers the safety of its staff and guests the top priority during inclement weather. This policy will outline what will be done in the following situations:
If the weather network puts out a warning for an extreme heat advisory, management will make the decision to close on case-by-case bases.
Poor Air Quality
If the Air Quality Index is at a 7 or higher (High Risk/ Very High Risk), we may make the decision to close to the public until the air quality improves. The Air Quality Index will be assessed by staff prior to opening and throughout the operating day. All air quality information will be retrieved from the Alberta Air Quality Health Index website.
In the event of forecasted heavy rain, Rabbit Hill may make the call not to open for part or all of the day. If it begins raining during an operational day, management will make the announcement to suspend sliding based on conditions until the weather improves. Everyone must leave the sliding area. If the weather looks like it will not improve, management may decide to offer rain checks to guests.
Thunder/Lightning Storms or Tornado
LIGHTNING AND SEVERE WEATHER ARE HAZARDS THAT MUST BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY.
Weather reports and local conditions will be monitored during a storm or severe weather watches and warnings. If it is decided that it is unsafe to continue allowing customers to slide, management will sound a horn and make an announcement to call all staff and guests into the lodge. Management will take every precaution to ensure everyone’s safety during severe weather. It is everyone’s own responsibility to stop what they are doing when lightning, thunder, or severe weather is in the vicinity, and sliding MUST be discontinued immediately. If there is severe weather imminent and you hear the horn (three short blasts) and the announcement, the following will apply:
- Guests will be alerted to the current weather situation.
- Staff and guests will immediately proceed to the lodge.
- Do not continue to slide, and do not seek shelter under trees.
Failure to do so is at your own risk, and Rabbit Hill accepts no liability for anyone who fails to cooperate with this policy.
Rabbit Hill will wait 30 minutes after the last lightning is seen or thunder is heard before allowing outdoor activities to continue.
If the weather network issues a tornado watch, we will stop all outside activities and shelter staff and guests in the lodge until the weather passes or a tornado warning is issued. If a tornado warning is issued, we will proceed to shelter in the basement until it is safe to leave.
While we can encourage or insist that staff and guests stay in place until the severe weather or tornado danger is over, we cannot prevent anyone from leaving the premises if they wish to do so, but it will be at their own risk.
If you have any questions or concerns about weather on the day of your visit, please feel free to reach out at 780-955-2440.