Seven Springs Question
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September 28, 2004
Member since 10/10/2003 🔗
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A different type of "crowds" question on Seven Springs. Despite havng lived in DC my whole life, I've never made it to Seven Springs. This year, I was going to try and get the family up there for a weekend. I'm pretty sure I know what to expect on the slopes crowdwise, but how are the crowds for the non-ski activities on a typical (meaning no major dumps recently), non-holiday weekend in either January or February. For example, pool, putt-putt, bowling, tubing). Will it be crazy or reasonable?
September 28, 2004
Member since 07/12/2004 🔗
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I have spent many weekends up at Seven Springs so I may be able to help you out. Typical the resort is busy but never overcrowded. The bowling alleys are the only place that typical gets a crowd. Even though it gets a little crowded I have never waited more then a half hour for a lane. Mini Golf, Roller Skating, and the Arcades never have any kind of wait on them. From what I have seen of the pool it never seams too bad. Most of the restaurants don't usual have a wait for them. I can't really say how crowded the snow tubing is because I have never done it. Basically unless there is a major event going on it should be bustling but not to the point where you will feel overcrowded.
The Colonel - DCSki Supporter 
September 28, 2004
Member since 03/5/2004 🔗
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Other diversions you might want to do with the family...a horse drawn sleigh ride through the woods, snow tubing...and you can make reservations for both of these.

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