Hours, Address & Information

The Sunset Tiki Bar and Grill

Dining and Drinks on a private sand beach.


Swimming until dusk and live music every night!

79 Powers Road
Westford, MA 01886
(978) 692-5700

Outlook Restaurant

Temporarily closed for the spring, returning in May with the Sunset Tiki Bar

(kitchen closes at 10:00 PM, drinks until closing)

Fine dining with a scenic view of the ski slopes. Open in the Winter, Summer, and Fall.

79 Powers Road
Westford, MA 01886
(978) 692-5700

Ski Area

See you at the Sunset Tiki Bar in May

2023-2024 REGULAR Hours of Operation

Tuesday12:00pm – 9:00pm
Wednesday12:00pm – 9:00pm
Thursday12:00pm – 9:00pm
Friday12:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday9:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday9:00am – 5:00pm

Early ticket pickup is available 15 minutes before opening.


79 Powers Road
Westford, MA 01886

Snow Tubing Park

See you at the Sunset Tiki Bar in May

2023-2024 REGULAR Hours of Operation

Thursday 1:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday9:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday9:00am – 5:00pm

Early ticket pickup is available 15 minutes before opening.


179 Great Road
Littleton, MA 01460

Refund Policy

No refunds, all sales are final. If we are closed due to weather or any other reason, then we will issue a credit via email to rebook your experience for another date and time available at Nashoba Valley Ski Area and Nashoba Valley Snow Tubing Park. (Please be sure to check your spam and promotion folders). We sell all tickets online and they often sell out in advance. The weather, conditions and speeds vary constantly. We do not guarantee any specific number of days of operation, hours or the number of runs you can do in a specific time frame.

Promotional cards expire on the date listed on them or at the end of the season they are purchased, whichever comes first.

Approved Equipment

The only approved equipment for lift service at Nashoba Valley Ski Area is skis, snowboards and snowblades with metal edges and proper retention devices(bindings) that appropriately fit. all equipment must have functioning run away prevention devices, (skis must have fully functioning brakes or leashes, snowboards must have leashes). Equipment not allowed includes but is not limited to snowskates, snowscooters, snowbikes and boots that are not intended to be used with ski or snowboard equipment. NO BACKPACKS allowed when riding a chairlift.


Nashoba Valley Ski Area (NVSA) reserves the right to select the type of equipment 

allowed on NVSA aerial and surface lifts, and terrain. Skis and snowboards must have metal edges,  

proper retention and/or braking devices. Ski & snowboard Bindings must positively and securely attach ski or snowboard boots to the ski or snowboard. Sleds, tubes, snow skates, ski bikes, ski trikes, 

discs, toboggans, snowscooters, body sleds, airboards and others are not permitted on NVSA 

terrain or lifts. This list is not exhaustive and subject to change at any time. In addition, 

foot passengers are not allowed on lifts unless authorized by management in advance. 

Adaptive Equipment 

Nashoba Valley Ski Area (NVSA) permits specialized equipment* to allow those with disabilities 

to access NVSA lifts and terrain under the following conditions: 

• The person using the equipment must have a qualifying disability** that requires 

them to utilize a special device to access lifts and slopes. 

• NVSA Management reserves the right to inspect the equipment and deem it to be safely operational 

when being loaded and unloaded on the aerial lifts, with minimum disruption to 

normal operations. 

• The equipment and person(s) operating/assisting must be able to control and 

stop the equipment in a safe manner. 

All equipment must have functioning runaway prevention devices.

All adaptive equipment must have one point to connect to that balances the equipment and the passenger for evacuation purposes. 

 * There is no express list of what type of equipment is considered specialized equipment for adaptive  

skiing access. Specialized equipment for adaptive skiers which meets all the conditions outlined in the  

Adaptive Equipment Policy will be allowed access at NVSA. Reasonable accommodations will be  

provided to help disabled person(s) meet the policy.  

** Skiers with a disability are persons meeting the definition contained in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 as amended by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, Section 12102, that substantially limits that person’s ability to ski or snowboard, negotiate slopes/trails or meet the general requirements to use passenger ropeways. This definition does not apply to impairments that are transitory, with an actual or expected duration of six (6) months or less.  

Downhill Traffic Only 

Nashoba Valley Ski Area does not allow any uphill traffic of any kind with or without a lift ticket. 

Children Riding Lifts

Any child riding a chair lift at Nashoba Valley Ski Area must be wearing skis or a snowboard and have sufficient ability to ride the lift. They must be familiar with proper loading, riding, and unloading practices as well as etiquette. Transporting a child in a backpack or front pack on any chair lift or surface lift at Nashoba Valley Ski Area & Snow Tubing Park is prohibited. Adult passengers carrying children in their arms, or in any type of pack may not ride on chairlifts. 

Uphill Policy

There is NO uphill traffic is permitted, including touring, hiking or snowshoeing.

Animal Policy 

  • No dogs allowed on hill or lifts!
  • Nashoba Valley does not allow animals of any kind on the snow surface or any of the lifts, conveyors or like devices.  This includes Service Animals.

Terrain Parks – all users must have a valid ticket or season pass to use the park. Hiking may be allowed by staff when appropriate, but ALL users of the park MUST wear and visibly display a valid ticket or season pass.

Spectator Policy

Uphill hikers are not permitted.

  • Lift and base personnel will alert ski patrol in the event of hikers starting up any trail.
  • Spectators must stay outside of all fencing or ropes in place on the event venue (including b-net or event-fencing).
  • Spectators must obey and follow rules and instructions of race or event officials, resort staff and/or patrol personnel.
  • Dogs or other pets are not allowed on the slopes or venue areas. You must clean up after any animals who are brought on to the property.
  • Sleds, dollies, outdoor cooking equipment such as grills, coolers, strollers or other equipment are not permitted on the slopes or event venue.
  • Persons found in violation of this policy will be removed from the event venue and/or the resort grounds without refund.

Outside Food & Beverage Policy

Due to food and liquor licenses, the following are strictly prohibited at Nashoba Valley Ski Area & Snow Tubing Park:

  • No outside alcohol allowed on property, including any parking area or lodges.
  • No outside vendors may be brought onto NVSA property for catering purposes..
  • No buffet-style meal service may be set up by guests in the lodge. This qualifies as an outside catering and is in direct violation of our food service license.
  • All outside food brought in by guests must be for individual family use only- not for large groups of people.
  • No cooking or heating devices are allowed anywhere on NVSA property, unless previously approved by management. This includes but is not limited to crock pots, heated storage devices, coffee pots, water boilers, griddles, grills, and hot plates.
  • Food and beverage staff is not allowed BY LAW to store, prepare, or reheat outside food brought onto NVSA property by guests- no exceptions.
  • Guests may not bring cases or large, bulk quantities of bottled beverages, including water, onto resort property.

Drone Policy

For safety reasons, Nashoba Valley Ski Area & Snow Tubing Park prohibits the operation or use of unmanned aerial systems, or aerial drones, by the general public. Any change to this policy must be approved in writing prior by upper management.

Wireless Internet

Wi-Fi is available throughout the base lodges. 

Your Responsibility Code

  •  Always stay in control. You must be able to stop or avoid people or objects.
  •  People ahead or downhill of you have the right-of-way. You must avoid them.
  •  Stop only where you are visible from above and do not restrict traffic.
  •  Look uphill and avoid others before starting downhill or entering a trail.
  •  You must prevent runaway equipment.
  •  Read and obey all signs, warnings, and hazard markings.
  •  Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
  •  You must know how and be able to load, ride and unload lifts safely. If you need assistance, ask the lift attendant.
  •  Do not use lifts or terrain when impaired by alcohol or drugs.
  •  If you are involved in a collision or incident, share your contact information with each other and a ski area employee.
  • Winter sports involve risk of serious injury or death. Your knowledge, decisions and actions contribute to your safety and that of others. 

Witch’s Woods Haunted Screampark

Haunted Hayride and Halloween Screampark with 7 scary attractions

Open Thurs-Sun in October

79 Powers Road
Westford, MA 01886
(978) 692-3033