Best Sledding Hills in Utah

A popular winter adventure in Utah is sledding. Luckily, after purchasing a few sleds, this activity is free if you find a spot near your home. Local parks are often the best place to find a nice family-friendly sledding hill. We asked our followers for their favorite spots to sled, and used their responses to create this list. So here are the best sledding hills in Utah, according to you.

Warning: Please remember that sledding can be dangerous. Sliding down a snowy, ice slope is fun, but can also lead to injury, so take precautions to keep your family safe. Helmets are recommended.

Luckily a broken sled, but no broken head. Be careful when you go sledding.

Cache County

  • Old Main Hill: Logan
  • Hyrum Gibbons Park: Logan
  • River Heights
  • Mount Logan park: Logan
  • Salt Hollow Park: Hyrum
  • Hyde Park: North Logan
I love the huge smiles when we are sledding.

Weber County

  • Mount Ogden Park: Ogden
  • Rolling Hills Park: Ogden
  • Rohmer Park: Ogden
  • 4th Street Park: Ogden
  • Orchard Park: Ogden
  • El Monte Golf Course: Ogden
  • Barker Park: North Ogden
  • Wadman Park: North Ogden
  • Lomond View Park: North Ogden
  • Mountain View Park: North Ogden
  • Henry Barker, Jr. Park: Pleasant View
Sledding together is super adventurous.

Davis County

  • Mueller Park Junior High: Bountiful
  • Eaglewood Golf Course: Bountiful
  • Bountiful City Park: Bountiful
  • Lewis Park: Bountiful
  • Twin Hollow Park: Bountiful
  • West Bountiful City Park: West Bountiful
  • Eaglewood Golf Course: North Salt Lake
  • Springs Park: North Salt Lake
  • Andy Adams Park: Layton
  • Meadows Park: Clinton
  • Freedom Hills Park: Centerville
  • Chelemes Farm Park: Clearfield
  • Fox Hollow Park: Clearfield
  • Ponds Park: Kaysville
Local parks really make for some great sledding fun.

Summit County

  • Mountain Dell Golf Course: Park City

Uintah County

  • Buckskin Hill: Vernal

Salt Lake County

  • Sugarhouse Park: Sugarhouse
  • Popperton Park: Salt Lake City
  • Lindsay Gardens Park: Salt Lake City
  • Mountain View Park: Cottonwood Heights
  • Donut Falls: Big Cottonwood Canyon
  • Hunter Park: West Valley City
  • Oquirrh Mountain Sledding Bowl (near Highlands Loop Rd and 5600 W): West Jordan
  • Murray Park: Murray
  • Jordan Ridge Park: South Jordan
  • Flat Iron Mesa Park: Sandy
  • Eastride Park: Sandy
  • Rosecrest Park: Herriman
  • Emmebella Park: Herriman
  • Suicide Hill (10220 Clarks Hill Dr): South Jordan
  • Western Springs Park: Riverton
  • Riverton Golf Course: Riverton
Sledding in the mountains can be a lot of fun.

Utah County

  • Rock Canyon: Provo
  • Bicentennial Park: Provo
  • Sliver Lake Amphitheater: Eagle Mountain
  • Timpanogos Cove: Cedar Hills
  • Tibble Fork: American Fork Canyon
  • Centennial Park: Lehi
  • Eagle Summit Park: Lehi
  • Harvest Elementary: Saratoga Springs
  • Oak Canyon Junior High: Lindon
  • Mitchell Hollow Park: Highland
  • Evergreen Park: American Fork
  • Hunter Park: American Fork
  • Spanish Oaks Elementary: Spanish Fork
  • Peteetneet Hill: Payson
Even our littlest boy loves sledding!

Southern Utah

  • Canyon View High School: Cedar City
  • Fiddler’s Canyon Elementary: Cedar City
  • Woods Ranch Park: Cedar Canyon
Don’t forget the hot cocoa after a long day of sledding.

Resort Sledding

Some of the best sledding hills in Utah are at resorts. Fees are required, but the hills are nice and tubes are provided. If you are looking for a paid sledding experience, here are a few ideas:

Sledding hills can get busy, so be kind and patient.

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  1. Jonathan Nielsen

    Was just talking about this with family members the other day. Thanks for this great list.

    1. Natalie Ockey

      Hopefully it gives everyone lots of ideas!