Utah has so many great places to go sledding that we wanted to put all the best together in a Mega List of Sledding and Tubing Spots in Utah. Most of these are free. (Please leave us a comment and let us know where your favorite spots are and we'll do our best to add them to the list.)
- Sugar House Park – Free, Located in Salt Lake City
- Lindsey Gardens – Free, in Salt Lake
- Popperton Park – Free, Salt Lake
- Mountain Dell Golf Course – Free, Located in Parley's Canyon
- Hunter Park – Free, Located in West Valley City. Sledding hill near baseball fields.
- Flat Iron Mesa Park – Free, Located in Sandy. Very popular!
- Mountview Park – Free, Located in Cottonwood Heights
- Churchill Jr. High – Free, Located in Salt Lake City (shown in video below)
- Aspen Meadows Park – Free, Located in Sandy (shown in video below)
- Eastridge Park – Free, Located in Sandy. Great for elementary age kids.
- Willow Creek Park – Free in Sandy
- Monarch Meadows Park – Free in Riverton
- Western Springs Park – Free in Riverton
- Murray Park – Free in Murray
- Vermilion Park – Free in South Jordan
- Rosecrest Park – Free, Herriman
- Donut Falls – Free, Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Get tons more info over at Utah Adventure Family.
- USU Old Main – Free, Located on USU campus in Logan. Very steep.
- Bridgerland Park – Free, Located in Logan
- Mount Logan Park – Free, Located in Logan
- Lundstrom Park – Free, Located in Logan
- West Bountiful City Park – Free, Located in West Bountiful
- Eaglewood Golf Course – Free, Located in Bountiful
- Mueller Park – Free, Bountiful
- Twin Hollow Park – Free Bountiful
- Fairview Canyon – Free, located 1-2 miles past Huntington Reservoir.
- Brian Head Resort – $, Located 3 miles north of Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brian Head Resort has sledding near the Giant Steps Lodge and Navajo Lodge. See their website for more info on cost and hours.
- Sand Mountain – Free, Located in the Little Sahara Recreation Area about 30 miles north of Delta. It is known for summer fun but when covered in snow you can get some serious speed! Check out videos on Youtube (image via DirtBikeUtah) so that you are prepared for the large hills and you may need a motorized way to get back up the dune.
- Woodward Park (formerly Gorgoza Park) – $, Located in Park City. Located about 2 miles east of Parley's summit, has Utah's longest lanes! Find prices and hours on their website.
- Rock Canyon Park – Free, Located in Provo
- Bicentennial Park – Free, in Provo
- Evergreen Park – Free, Located in American Fork
- Hunter Park – Free, American Fork (650 W 1120 N)
- Cherry Hill Elementary – Free, Located in Orem
- Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center Hill – Free, Located in Payson
- Silver Lake Amphitheater – Free, Located in Eagle Mountain
- Eagle Summit Park – Free, Lehi
- Oak Canyon Jr High – Free, Lindon
- Spanish Oaks Elementary – Free, Located in Spanish Fork
- Spanish Oaks Golf Course – Free, Spanish Fork
- Tibble Fork – $6 fee, Located up American Fork Canyon. There are no official sledding areas at Tibble Fork Reservoir but it is a popular spot to sled.
- Soldier Hollow – $, Located in Midway. Soldier Hollow is one of northern Utah's most popular sledding locations because of the tow rope that pulls you back up to the top! See their website for price and hours.
- Mt. Ogden Park – Free, Located in Ogden.
- Lomond View Park – Free, Located in North Ogden
- Rhomer Park – Free, Located in Washington Terrace
- El Monte Golf Course – Free in South East Ogden
NOTE: It's recommended you always wear a helmet when sledding or tubing and make safety your top priority. Never walk on sledding hills, take turns and be sure the sledder in front of you has completed their run before starting out. Building ramps or jumps, or sledding on modified products is not recommended and can result in serious injury. Ask permission before sledding on private property. Sledding and Tubing is at your own risk. Coupons4Utah is not liable or responsible for your safety and has not verified the safety or conditions of the listed locations. Updated from original posting of December 2012.