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Winter Sports

We are currently preparing for the 2020-2021 Season with an anticipated opening day of Friday, December 18th. COVID 19 – Safety Guidelines for the 2020-2021 season will be posted here soon.

Downhill skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing are right here in your backyard.  Villa Olivia is just a short drive from anywhere in the Chicago area. With 100% snow making, ski & snowboard lessons for all levels, and rental equipment available, we have something for everyone. The hill includes seven runs, a chairlift, six rope tows, and a tubing hill. Visit the Ski Lodge to check in for slope tickets, rentals, merchandise, lessons and lockers. New this year guests will be able to make reserve tickets online.

Snow Tubing is VERY popular. Tickets are sold as first come first served, by availability, and are time stamped for two hours. Due to its popularity Snow Tubing may sell out for the day.  New this year guests will be able to make reservations online.  The online reservation system will become available closer to our opening day. Upon arrival check in at the Pro Shop which is located near the tubing hill at the south end of our main building.

For updates on opening/closing, run availability and conditions call our snow phone at 630-540-4199.

2019-2020 Villa Olivia Winter Sports Four Fold Brochure

Ski Patrol

The Villa Olivia Ski Patrol (VOSP) is a member driven volunteer organization and is affiliated with the National Ski Patrol (NSP). The VOSP provides emergency care service, ski and snowboard safety, as well as public relations for snow sports customers and visitors.

The Villa Olivia Ski Patrol is looking for new members

Membership is open to Skiers and Snowboarders. Benefits include family ski privileges, First Aid Training, Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC), Avalanche and Mountaineering Classes. For information on volunteering for the Ski Patrol fill out a volunteer application and send in as directed on the Volunteer page.

Be Safe & Have Fun!

The Villa Olivia Ski Patrol and Supervisors reserve the right to ask patrons to leave for reckless behavior.