What type of tickets?
Tickets must be purchased at least one day in advance. Discounts are not applicable when purchasing through the Guest Services desk at the Pump House.
Admission for 1 Adult, age ... 15 or older, for one day at the Pump House Water Park at Jay Peak Resort. Valid ONLY for the date selected; CANNOT BE TRANSFERRED, IS NON-REFUNDABLE, NON-EXCHANGEABLE and NON-EXTENDABLE for any reason.
Admission for 1 Junior, age 4-14, for one day at the Pump House Water Park at Jay Peak Resort. Valid ONLY for the date selected; CANNOT BE TRANSFERRED, IS NON-REFUNDABLE, NON-EXCHANGEABLE and NON-EXTENDABLE for any reason.
Admission for Children age 3 or younger is free. Supervision tickets (admission for a guest who would like to enter the park but not use the facilities) is available for purchase at the Guest Services desk upon arrival.
May 2017 Hours of Operation:
May 13th: 10am-9pm
May 14th: 11am-8pm
May 19th: 5:30pm-9pm
May 20th: 10am-9pm
May 21st: 10am-8pm
May 26th and 27th: 10am-9pm
May 28th: 10am-8pm
May 29th: 10am-6pm Read More
Please present your ID at the Guest Services desk at the Pump House Indoor Waterpark located in Hotel Jay to redeem tickets.
You can redeem your order at the resort using your mobile device or a printed voucher.
About Jay Peak
If you've been to Jay Peak, you know what pulls you. The most snow in eastern North America and the most liberal in-bounds policy anywhere.
If you haven't ... been here, though - well, read on.
Located in Northern Vermont only a few miles from the Canadian border, Jay Peak has a different perspective on the sport. Up here, the mountain reigns supreme and our unparalleled gladed terrain and abutting backcountry attracts some of the best skiers and riders around. We make big-mountain skiing and riding affordable for all through a number of discount and value-added programs. Our lodging is virtually all ski-in/ski-out, we open early, and are always one of the last in the East to close.
Lots of resorts treat skiing and riding like an amenity. At Jay Peak it's both bread and butter. Sure, we have great lodging, a golf course and some interesting development on the way, but it's all a distant second behind skiing and riding.
We have 76 trails, slopes and glades for you to explore and that's just what you'll find on the map. In between, the nooks and crannies, are really what sets Jay Peak apart. Have fun exploring and find something that moves you.
And if the most snow and best gladed terrain in eastern North America isn't enough to entice you to make Jay Peak your home mountain, you'll also have access to, literally, millions of dollars worth of on-mountain and service related improvements including a significantly improved snowmaking system which should get you on snow sooner and keep you out later into the spring. Read More