Snow Park, New Zealand
|Skiable area||60 hectares|
|Lift system||One Quad|
Snow Park was a dedicated snowsports terrain park in South Island, New Zealand. It described itself as the "first dedicated freestyle terrain park in the world" when it opened in 2002, and featured a number of half-pipes, jumps and rails, instead of traditional ski runs. It closed in 2013 and was sold to the Southern Hemisphere Proving Grounds, a vehicle testing facility.
The park and surrounding land was owned by the Lee family for sixty years, before it was put up for sale in September 2008, for $30 million.