Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort is a pair of partner ski resorts, owned by Peak Resorts, in Northeastern Ohio. The two locations were developed independently in the 1960s. In 1990, Brandywine was purchased by the owners of Boston Mills, forming the dual-resort complex known today. In 2002 Peak Resorts purchased the resorts and has owned and operated them ever since. With resort operations housed at Boston Mills, it is operated as the primary resort; Brandywine typically has more limited hours during the week and a slightly shorter season.
Between both resorts (only a few miles apart, with each visible from the other's peak), there are 18 trails of various skill levels, a tubing park, four terrain parks, and two beginner areas. Of the resort's 16 total lifts, there are 3 surface lifts, 2 magic carpet conveyor lifts, 2 double chair lifts, 7 triple chair lifts, and 2 fixed quad lifts.
The tubing park is named Polar Blast and is located at Brandywine. It features up to 20 lanes that stretch over "3 football fields in length." Polar Blast also has conveyor lifts so tubers do not have to walk back to the top of the hill.
Boston Mills is located at 41°15′51″N 81°33′54″W in Boston Township, Summit County, near Peninsula, Ohio.
The Brandywine Ski Resort is located at 41°17′02″N 81°33′20″W a little more than one mile to the north, in Sagamore Hills Township, Summit County, Ohio.
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