Rock Canyon Park
2620 N. 1200 E., Provo
Lots of options on heights of hills
Multiple sledding areas
Any age – more recommended for older children (and definitely adults)
For young children, see the bottom photo

The hills at Rock Canyon Park are not for the faint of heart. These are some of the most popular sledding hills in Provo and are fairly long and steep. The park is quite large and is basically a very large bowl. There are hills on all sides of the park so there are a lot of options. I have taken my then two-year old on these slopes and although she was afraid at first, she ended up loving it. I would recommend going soon after it snows before the sledding hills become too icy. And beware of the very bottom of the hill on the east side – once the snow has been packed down, there is a lip that forms where the walkway usually is and although it is fun to be thrown into the air a bit when you hit the bottom, it can be a pretty hard landing if it is icy!

Rock Canyon Park

Rock Canyon Park
Do you see the icy lip there in about the middle of the picture? Brutal.

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Rock Canyon Park

Rock Canyon Park
This is my favorite sledding spot. It’s really steep and probably the longest hill in the park. But it’s also well-used so get there early before it’s taken and becomes icy!

Rock Canyon Park

Rock Canyon Park

Rock Canyon Park
This area is the front of the park on 1200 East. It looks like there have been many sleds that have come through this area and it also looks like a lot of sledders are sliding right into the street! However, this hill is much smaller than the rest so if you have little kids, this might be a good area … assuming they don’t actually slide into the street.

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