The WORST experience I ever had.The website must’ve been created twenty years ago. The Snow-Tubing sessions are listed as a two-hour Session with either sold-out or how many available spots left. There is no shopping cart, which means that you have to buy one item at a time. For example, you buy Ski Lift tickets and must finish paying for them before buying any other item. I have 3 children, after I paid for an-ALL-DAY Ski tickets for myself and 2 kids I attempted to purchase the Snow-Tubing tickets for my Five-year old daughter and my wife, the website showed that there were 13 available tickets for a specific session but when I clicked on the button to purchase the next screen said that they were sold out, the same happened with other available sessions. I realized that there website is not up to date and not setup properly. Then I was STUCK, I can’t go skiing without my wife and daughter. And I can’t cancel the purchases. By the way, all the time spent purchasing the tickets on line and on the phone was a waste of timeI called to speak to a sales person to either have them sell me the Snow-Tubing tickets or cancel and not go. A very rude woman answers TELLING me that all sales are final, and the Snow-Tubing sessions have been sold out for a week. I put my foot down I gave her the two choices. After a bit of arguing, she agreed to sell me tickets for the Snow-Tubing.My Family and I drove for an hour to get there; we arrive in front of the main building (North Building) at 12:30pm, There was a huge amount of traffic, bumper to bumper, to find no parking available, the Cops kept forcing us to go straight to the next parking lot where other Cops made us continue down the street to more Cops pushing us into a circle repeating the same process. Finally I realized that I must park on the side of a public street otherwise I would never get in. So we ended up parking a quarter of a mile down from the South building. We walked to the South building and walked in looking for help. There are no Signs, no Info Booth; it is now 1:30pm, all I saw was a very long line. Since there wasn’t any staff to help I asked the people on the line for help, I was told that I also should get on the line to obtain the Passes and rentals. Over an hour passes to get to the sales person that tells me that I have just wasted another hour and 10 minutes (2:40pm), I should have went to the North building a mile down the road. To get to the North building you must get on a bus, thank God the same bus took my wife and little daughter to the Snow-Tubing. So my two kids and I arrived to the North Building (3:05pm) where we are told that we need to get on line to buy the lift passes and rentals, I will shorten the story a bit, we got on several lines, Check-in line, Ski Passes line, Boots Line, Skies line, poles line and finally stepped on the snow at around 4:30pm. We were tired from standing in line, hungry, thirsty, also wanted to use to the restroom.(6:35pm) my wife calls and tells me that there is no more Snow-Tubing. Now we decided to go home. All rented equipment has to be returned because if they are not I would have to pay $300 per set. Walked to the drop off area for the skies and polls outside (Huge sign that says Skies/Polls Returns), the young man tells me that they no longer take them back outside and I should go downstairs inside and return them with the boots and helmets. I go on line to return the equipment where it says Boots and Helmets returns. 15 minutes later I am told that only boots and helmets are returned at that location and I have to go to another location to return the skies and polls. Here we go again, another 15 minutes wasted.(7:40pm) we arrive to the South building and reunite with the rest of the family and head back to our car.Please if you are thinking about going to Mountain Creek stop. Save your money and time. The amount of money I spent was over $500 to wait on line for FIVE hours and play for TWO hours.