|Yawgoo Valley Ski & Sports Park|
|Location||160 Yawgoo Valley Road, Exeter, Rhode Island 02822 U.S.|
|Nearest city||Providence, Rhode Island|
|Top elevation||310 feet|
|Skiable area||36 acres (150,000 m2)|
|Longest run||2,200 feet|
|Lift system||1 rope tow
2 handle lifts
2 chair lifts
|Snowfall||39 inches annually|
Yawgoo Valley is currently the only skiing resort in Rhode Island. It is located on a hill in Exeter, south of Providence and opened in 1965-66 season as "as Rhode Island's first chairlift served ski area."
As one of the southernmost ski areas in New England, Yawgoo relies heavily on artificial snowmaking. Lift tickets range from $28 on weekdays to $38 on weekends. Yawgoo valley also offers a snow-tubing park with four lanes and two lifts.
In addition to 14 skiing trails served by two chairlifts, Yawgoo offers snow tubing in the winter and, in the summer, a 32-foot (9.8 m) rock wall and a water park with 750 feet (230 m) of water slides.
Beginner: -Novice Area -Hub's Folly (Upper) -Upper Ledges -Crossroads -Down Under -TNT (Lower) -North Forte -Gnarnia
Intermediate: -Outback -Hub's Folly (Lower) -Yellow Jacket
Expert: -TNT (Upper) -Lower Ledges -Jack Attack
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