Terrain Parks

Update: Construction Activity in the North Lodge Parking Lot

You may have noticed the abundance of activity and construction equipment currently staged in our North Lodge parking lot.  While we did recently announce progress in the planning phase of our Master Plan, this activity is entirely seperate.  As a service to the community, Homewood Mountain Resort has leased our parking lot to the engineering and construction companies responsible for the improvement projects taking place on Highway 89.  This helps to keep the equipment off of the highway as well as to concentrate the staging areas for equipment and resources into a centralized area.  It is our hope that these efforts will help ensure that visitors and locals alike are still able to experience the beauty and tranquility that makes Lake Tahoe so special, even whilst these improvement projects are happening.  Should you have any quesitons or concerns about this activity, please feel free to contact Guest Services at 530-525-2992.


Homewood's parks are Tahoe's most scenic

Homewood's park crew works hard to bring our skiers and riders well tuned park features everyday

Happy Park (aka Shredwood)

  • Located next to the Happy Platter at the North Lodge beginner area

Lakeview Park

  • Located at the bottom of Rainbow Ridge run.
  • 10' Flat Box to a 10' Down Box Combo, 25' Hand Rail, 25' Down Rail, 20' Box, 25' Flat Down Box, 20' Battleship Rail

Kolby's Escape Park

  • Located at top of Old Homewood Express Chairlift
  • The biggest park at Homewood! 
  • 25' Flat Box, 20' A-Frame Rail, Cannon Stall, Goal Post Rail, Butterbox, 25' Jump, 30' Jump, Snow Cross Track

Madden Ridge Terrain Park

  • Located near the top of the Madden Chairlift.
  • Features TBD.

Money Booter 

  • Located just down from the Big Blue View Bar on Cradle run
  • Ultimate photo opportunity featuring a 12' step down with the famous view of Tahoe in the background. Get it!

Photos from all 4 terrain parks:


Snowskates allowed

Snowskates are welcomed at Homewood Mountain Resort. Every snowskate rider must have an approved leash attached to their board and will be expected to ride in control at all times.

Video highlights

Check out a quick video filmed in Homewood's parks:

 

 

Farm to Peak Dinners

 

 

Homewood Mountain Resort

5145 West Lake Blvd.
Homewood, CA 96141
Snow Phone: 530-525-2900
Guest Services: 530-525-2992
Road Updates: 800-427-7623