Boston Mills and Brandy Wine Resorts

Partner Ski Resorts in Northeastern Ohio

Boston Mills and Brandywine Ski Resorts are a pair of partner ski resorts in Northeastern Ohio, between Cleveland, Canton and Akron. This area of Ohio has a dense population base over 7.1 million people within 100 miles. The two locations were developed independently in the 1960’s, beginning with Boston Mills in 1963. Brandywine Resort was purchased by the owners of Boston Mills in 1990 forming the dual-resort complex that it is today. Between both resorts 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 4 surface lifts, a conveyor surface lift, 2 double chair lifts, 7 triple chair lifts, and 2 fixed quad lifts. Brandywine’s tubing park features 20 lanes, and 2 conveyor surface lifts. Brandywine offers midnight skiing on weekends and holiday Sundays. Boston Mills and Brandywine has over 18 thousand season pass holders.