Mine's Four Season's (Then called 90 acres) outside of Syracuse, NY.
Here's the stats:
Base Elevation:450 ft(137 m)Summit Elevation:550 ft(168 m)Vertical Drop:100 ft(30 m)Skiable Area:12 acres(5 hectares)Annual Snowfall:125 in(318 cm)Snowmaking:50 %Number of Lifts:2Uphill Lift Capacity:1,200 per hourTypes of Lifts:1 Mitey Mite
1 J-barNumber of Trails:4Longest Run:1,500 ft(457 m)
At the time I first skied there(both literally my 1st day ever on skis and first day there), its vertical was "only" 90 feet as there now double chair wasn't even a thought yet and it was just a j-bar and a rope tow.
I can also chalk up Yawgoo Valley(RI), Klien Innsbruck(MA) - now closed as already mentioned and Abenaki (NH) as others I've skied in the sub 200 foot vertical category