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Snow Tubing & Sledding

The classic, winter tradition of finding the perfect hill from which to launch a tube or sled is alive and well in Utah. Whether you’re looking for commercial parks with structured lanes or a local hill and your own thermos of hot cocoa, we’ve got it all.

Snow Tubing Resorts in Utah

Brian Head Resort

Want an option besides skiing or snowboarding at Brian Head Resort? Family tubing fun can be found on two tubing hills: Navajo Tubing Park is open daily and Giant Steps Tubing Park is open on the weekends. Each $25 ticket gets you a tube rental and 1.5 hours of ride time. Fridays and Saturdays you can also feel the chill of night tubing. Booking 48 hours in advance is highly recommended.

Cherry Peak Resort

Located just 15 miles north of Logan (near the Idaho border), Cherry Peak Resort is a family-owned, nearly 400-acre ski area that offers some of the most affordable tubing in Utah. Hosting one large tubing run, or two in the years they split it, this 500-foot long run costs only $11 for a three-hour block. Family pricing is also available. The Grand Lodge at the base of the hill offers snacks and a fireplace for winter warming. 

Soldier Hollow

Soldier Hollow Nordic Center, part of Wasatch Mountain State Park and a major venue in the 2002 Winter Olympics, is home to the Toyota Tubing Hill. The tubing hill sports 1,200 foot tubing lanes for cool thrills and a magic carpet for easy transport. The venue offers extra support to persons with disabilities, including a transition area from wheelchair to tubing lanes. Try out this Olympic venue and enjoy tunes thanks to the Soldier Hollow sound system, and night tubing thanks to stadium lights. For fun you may even want to hop on the Heber Valley Railroad to get there. Prices range from $12-$30 depending upon when you go. Online ticket reservations are highly recommended.

Wasatch Parc Snow Tubing

Grab your snow boots, parka and camera and head to Wasatch Parc Snow Tubing at Nordic Valley in Eden for American tubing with a French twist. Rather than straight lanes, this tubing park has bobsled turns, so your descent is complete with corners and side rides. Rumor has it this is the steepest and fastest tubing hill in the state. Two lanes allow for racing and riding next to friends. Prices are $8 for a single ride, $20 for two hours and $30 for four hours. Prices include a lift ticket for the tow lift and tube rental. 

Woodward Park City

During winter months this world-class action sports facility offers up the Tubing Park, home to some of Utah’s longest tubing lanes. With seven lanes at 1,200 feet long, there’s room for the whole family. Two-hour slots start at the top of every hour, and with a cafe and cafeteria on site you can grab some TexMex, a pizza, or maybe a plate of nachos after your ride. Located at the site of the former Gorgoza Park, Woodward Park City is just 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. Tickets range from $20-$60, book online for the best prices.

Woodward Park City

Photo: Scott Markewitz

Best Utah Sledding Hills

Eaglewood Golf Course

1110 E Eaglewood Drive, North Salt Lake

In the winter this golf course transitions to a neighborhood sledding mecca. Nestled in an upper east side Bountiful neighborhood in Davis County, this tubing hill is easy to get to, parking abounds and there’s lots of room to spread out. While the facility is officially closed for the winter and no services are available, it is available for public access. No entry fee.

Flat Iron Mesa Park

1765 E 8600 S, Sandy

After a snowfall, Flat Iron Mesa becomes one of the most popular places in the city. Named for the large flat area on the top of a big hill, it becomes the perfect sledding locale after a winter storm. Steep enough to get a good run, it boasts a long runway at the bottom for slowing down safely. Flat Iron Mesa Park sports a great view of the mountains, and at 31.8 acres it is the largest developed park in the Sandy. Park hours are 7 a.m. to10 p.m. No entrance fee.

Popperton Park

1400 Popperton Park Way, Salt Lake City

North of the University of Utah and east of the Avenues, Popperton Park is open from dusk until dawn for public use. Throw on the parka, grab a sled, and start hiking up that hill — winter thrills await at no cost.

Rock Canyon Park

2620 N 1200 E, Provo

Rock Canyon Park sits at the base of the Wasatch Range in Provo. Steep hills and lots of space attract winter thrill seekers from all over Utah County as soon as the snow dumps. The bowl shaped space provides different levels of steepness with a long runout at the bottom for  slowing down. Families with small children enjoy the mellow sides of the bowl. There is no entrance fee, but bring your own tube and thermos of hot cocoa.

Sugarhouse Park

1330 E 2100 S, Salt Lake City

On any given winter day the hills in Sugarhouse Park are dotted with colored parkas and equally bright sleds. Alongside the call of winter birds, you’ll hear the delighted squeals of children descending the open hill.

Sugarhouse Park boasts 110 acres within the Sugarhouse neighborhood of Salt Lake City. A family favorite, there are two main sledding hills. Reach one from 1700 East and the other from 1300 East. The park is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the winter and there is no charge for entry. 

Photo: Andrew Burr

Photo: Andrew Burr

More Places to Sled

  • Emigration Canyon: Emigration Canyon Road
  • Bountiful: Mueller Park Junior High, 955 E 1800 S
  • Cottonwood Heights
    • Bella Vista Elementary, 2131 Fort Union Boulevard
    • Mountainview Park, 1651 Fort Union Boulevard
  • Holladay: Creekside Park, 1592 E Murray Holladay Road
  • Murray: Murray Park, 296 E Murray Park Avenue
  • Salt Lake City
    • Donner Trail Park, 2903 Kennedy Drive
    • Eastwood Elementary School, 3305 Wasatch Boulevard
    • Liberty Park, 600 E 900 S
    • Lindsay Gardens Park, 426 M Street
    • Mountain Dell Golf Course, Parleys Canyon, I-80, Exit #134
  • Sandy
    • Eastridge Park, 12151 S 1000 E
    • Willow Creek Park, 8400 S Highland Drive
  • Taylorsville: Bennion Park, 3200 W 5620 S
  • West Valley City: Hunter Park, 3500 S 5905 W
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