Killington Parks is proud to present 5 unique parks encompassing a total of more than 130 features for your jibbing and jumping enjoyment. Each park has its own personality and target audience so here’s what you need to know.
Early & Late Season Parks
Reason Terrain Park: The early season rail garden located at North Ridge OPEN. For the latest information head over to our conditions report.
Ramshead parks are currently closed.
Easy Street Progression Park and Lil’ Stash: as the name states, this park is perfect for groms and less-experienced park riders. 15 Smaller features and a learning friendly environment make this a fun and inviting place for aspiring athletes of the future. The new Lil’ Stash is the little brother of our cutting edge Stash Park, bringing snowy glades riding to the next generation.
Timberline: 20 small and medium sized jumps, jibs, and rails make Timberline fun for everybody. Timberline Park is also home to the Minipipe which is the perfect place to dial in your tricks before graduating up to the Superpipe.
NeffLand: Neff Headwear collaborated with Killington on this must-see outer space themed park. Head for NeffLand for rocket jibs, exotic planets, lunar vehicles, and more.
Skye Peak and Bear Mountain Parks
Skye Peak and Bear Mountain Parks are currently closed.
Accessible from the Skye Peak Express Quad, Skyeship Express Gondola, and Superstar Express Quad, these parks have bigger features designed for more experienced skiers and riders.
The Stash: Shredding the snowy woods has always been the purest snowboarding experience. Jake Burton and the Burton Team have teamed up with Killington and five other resorts worldwide to create the ultimate natural terrain park environment. It’s called The Stash and it has 66 features in and out of the trees, inspired by snowboarding’s roots in the Vermont backcountry.
Dream Maker: Sunny Bear Mountain is home to the Dream Maker Park and the Beast’s burliest jump line. 19 medium and large features
Superpipe: Killington's 18’ Superpipe dominates the Bear Mountain Base area at the bottom of Dream Maker. The Superpipe can be accessed through both The Stash and Dream Maker Parks, making for one long park and pipe run.