Big SNOW American Dream is committed to the health and safety of our guests and our team. Please be aware that exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present. We have taken numerous steps to reduce this inherent risk and ask that you familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 health and safety precautions and requirements prior to your visit. You should evaluate your own level of risk when determining whether to visit. By coming to the park, you acknowledge and agree that you assume these inherent risks associated with your attendance as we have explained them to you. Thank you.

Parental Escort Policy

We welcome all youth to Big SNOW and American Dream; however, all guests to Big SNOW must adhere to the American Dream Parental Escort Policies. This means that on all evenings, youth under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult 21 years or older from 4 p.m. until close. Additional details on the American Dream Parental Escort Policy can be found here: https://www.americandream.com/parental-escort-policy

As a parent or guardian, it is extremely important that you understand the inherent risks and dangers that come along with letting your child participate in the activities at Big SNOW. It is your decision to allow your child to participate in these activities offered at Big SNOW.

We strongly encourage parents and/or guardians to monitor their children at all times while at Big SNOW. If you do not wish to participate in the activities yourself, Spectator Passes may be purchased so you can accompany your child within the facility. Please note that proper footwear is required in the cold space as you will encounter cold temperatures, ice and snow.

It is the duty of the parent or guardian to make sure the child is aware of the inherent risks associated with the activities at Big SNOW.

      • Is your child aware of the dangers associated with riding a ski lift?
      • Can your child adhere to the Skier Responsibility Code?
      • Would your child benefit from a lesson?

NJ state law requires that all children under the age of 18 wear a helmet while skiing, snowboarding and riding our lifts. It is the Parents or Guardians responsibility for ensuring their children’s use of helmets at all times while participating in the activities at Big SNOW.

Big SNOW values the safety of its little skiers and riders and we want to make sure Parents, Guardians AND the children are aware of the inherent dangers associated with skiing and snowboarding. If you have any questions regarding the safety of your child, please do not hesitate to ask a Big SNOW team member.

We hope you enjoy your visit at Big SNOW.

Big SNOW requires that all guest entering the Snow Park and Rental Area have a valid ticket. For non-skiing parents who are looking to accompany their children into the Snow Park, Observation tickets are available onsite at a rate of $14.99. It is our recommendation that all children under the age of 12 be escorted by a parent or guardian while within Big SNOW.

Skiing with Infants & Toddlers

Big SNOW does not allow parents to ski or snowboard while carrying an infant or toddler (this includes an infant or toddler being attached to the adult in any carrying device).

American Dream Parental Escort Policy

To view American Dream’s Parental Escort and security policies please click here.

One adult may supervise up to 10 youth. During the Parental Escort hours, anyone 21 years or younger should be prepared to show an American Dream employee an identification card or one of the following forms of photo identification:

  • United States Driver’s License
  • United States State-Issued ID
  • Resident Alien card
  • Work Authorization card
  • Passport or passport card
  • United States Department of Defense ID card
  • United States Department of Veterans Affairs ID card
  • Mexican Consulate ID card
  • Canadian ID card
  • Tribal ID

No form of college or high school I.D. will be accepted, even if accompanied by a state driver’s license permit application.

To obtain a New Jersey Identification Card, contact your local driver exam office or driver’s license renewal office by clicking here.