Really a great family mountain, reminiscent of what skiing was like before all the big corporations took over. Reminds me of Breckinridge and Loveland Valley 30 years ago-but without the massive terrain. Just enough of a mountain to keep you occupied for a couple of days. Show up early, claim a bin, bring your own lunch (or not), and ski. Small enough to keep track of the kiddos, and big enough to have fun. Kinda similar to the Canadian resorts in the St. Saveur valley, or maybe Dartmouth or Middlebury's ski hill. If Whiteface weren't closer, I'd have a season pass to Titus. It's a much better place to take the kids, and it lacks any sense of pretension.
Owner is always around, and most group lessons turn out to be private or semi-private. My daughter got much more attention here than at Killington.
No apres-ski that I know of, but I don't do that anyway. I have no opinion of terrain park, either. I don't board.