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The Best Tubbing & Sledding in Utah County 


 

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The Best Sledding and Tubing in Utah County

Kenna Wagner

Kenna's career is dedicated to exceeding the buyer’s expectations and to always do what is right for the customer...

Kenna's career is dedicated to exceeding the buyer’s expectations and to always do what is right for the customer...

Dec 2 5 minutes read

The Best Sledding and Tubing in Utah County


With the best snow on earth right in our backyards, there are many ways to enjoy Utah County’s great outdoors during the winter. And no matter where you live, there’s likely some prime sledding spots just around the corner from your house. So grab your mittens and some hot chocolate and enjoy these best places to tube and sled in Utah County.


Rock Canyon Park

Situated in a large grassy bowl, Rock Canyon Park has many sledding runs for you to choose from and is a great fit for families with kids of different ages. Situated at the foot of the mountains, Rock Canyon Park is the largest park in Provo and has plenty of room for large groups.

Address: 2620 North 1200 East, Provo

Peetneet Academy and Museum

The hills near Payson’s Peetneet Academy and Museum lend to some epic sledding and tubing. If you are going on a holiday or weekend, expect crowds, but enjoy the freshly packed snow that makes the sledding that much more of an adventure

Address: 10 South 600 East, Payson

Jolley’s Ranch

Jolley’s Ranch, located up Hobble Creek Canyon above Springville, is a great location for sledding and tubing. The beautiful scenery is sure to be a highlight for your day. Be sure to check Jolley’s Ranch Facebook page to see when winter activities are open.

Location: Drive up Hobble Creek Canyon until you hit a fork in the road. Take a right, and a mile further you will see signs for Jolley’s Ranch.


Tibble Fork Reservoir/Mutual Dell

For those who enjoy winter canyon drives, American Fork Canyon can provide many exciting sledding opportunities above Tibble Fork and around Mutual Dell. But keep in mind that none of these sledding routes are maintained, and they can become quite steep or icy. Be careful and have fun exploring new sledding runs.

Location: To reach Tibble Fork, drive up American Fork Canyon. When you reach the fork in the road, take a left. The reservoir is a few miles further. To reach Mutual Dell, take a right at the fork and drive several miles, watching for signs to Mutual Dell on the right side of the road.

Cherry Hill Elementary

Just south of Cherry Hill Elementary in Orem is a hill perfect for families with younger children. The hill is less crowded than nearby sledding locations but still offers a fun ride that parents and kids can enjoy.

Address: 250 East 1650 South, Orem

Silver Lake Amphitheater

For a fun sledding route on the west side of Utah Lake, check out the Silver Lake Amphitheater in Eagle Mountain. The large bowl provides fast sledding routes, and it’s a popular place for families.

Address: Pony Express Parkway, Eagle Mountain

Other fun sledding locations:


Alpine

Lambert Park: Grove Drive and Box Elder Drive


American Fork

Evergreen Park: 200 North 700 East

Hunter Park: 610 West 1120 North

Shelley Elementary: 600 North 100 West


Cedar Hills

Cedar Hills Golf Course: 10640 Clubhouse Drive


Eagle Mountain

Sandpiper Hill: 3015 Sandpiper Road


Highland

Equestrian Park: 9396 Aspen Hollow Circle


Lehi

Eagle Summit Park: 5100 North 2600 West

Residential Area: 1900 North and 300 East


Lindon

Oak Canyon Junior High: 111 South 725 East


Orem

Cascade Park: 200 North 950 East

Orchard Park: 1000 North 750 East

Orem Cemetery: 1200 North 800 East


Provo

Bicentennial Park: 1400 South 1600 East

Riverview Park: 4620 North 300 West


Spanish Fork

Spanish Oaks Elementary: 2701 East Canyon Crest Drive

Soldier Hollow


Soldier Hollow ( close by ) boasts the largest tubing lanes in Utah, and it’s a great option for people who want to have the fun without doing the work—a rope will pull your tube to the top of the hill. But you’ll have to pay the price for the convenience. For a two-hour session, it costs children $23 and adults $25. 


Address: 2002 Soldier Hollow Lane, Midway

    

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