We have compiled a list of your favorite sledding hills! Here is what we have for now for sledding hills in Utah County – please let us know if you have a favorite that is not listed! As we review and photograph each location, you will be able to click on the link of the park/location to see what each hill looks like.
Rock Canyon Park: a park with many different heights to choose from and it is a huge park so there is a lot of space for a lot of people
Riverview Park: great for younger children
Bicentennial Park, 1400 S. 1600 E.
Windsor Elementary, 1315 N. Main Street
Cascade Park: great for little kids
Mountain View High School: good for all ages
Northridge Elementary, 1660 N. Nighthawk Dr.
Cherry Hill Elementary, 250 E. 1650 S.: great for younger children
Orchard Park, 1000 N. 750 E.
Orem Cemetery, 1200 N. 800 E.
Oak Canyon Junior High, 111 S. 725 E.
South side of Swiss One subdivision
East side of foothills of Canyon Road
Evergreen Park, 200 N. 700 E.
Shelley Elementary, 600 N. 100 W.
Silver Lake Amphitheater, Pony Express Road
Spanish Oaks Elementary, 2701 E. Canyon Crest Drive
Peetneet Academy, 10 S. 600 E.: very large, steep hill
1900 North and 300 East
Hills on the east side of the freeway at the Point of the Mountain
American Fork Canyon
Tibble Fork Reservoir, take Exit #287 from I-I5. Turn east onto UT-92 and continue driving into American Fork Canyon. There is a $6 per vehicle fee at the toll station entrance to the canyon. After about 5 miles, turn left, following signs to Granite Flat Campground/Tibble Fork Reservoir.
Hobble Creek Canyon
Closed until further notice.
Jolley’s Ranch (3 miles up): Open Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 8 p.m. and Monday to Tuesday from 3-8 p.m., Jolley’s Ranch offers groomed tubing and sledding hills. Jolley’s is a fee location. Sledding costs are $2 (before 5 p.m.), $3 (after 5 p.m.), and $10 for an anytime family rate. Season passes are available for $30. Bring your own sleds or rent them at the central yurt for $2.
Thank you to Michelle and Laurie for your great tips!