Sledding is such a quintessential winter activity. Fun for kids and adults alike, it is sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces. Looking for where to sled in North Lake Tahoe? Look no further, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite slopes below.
The North Tahoe Regional Park
Just $5 gets you a saucer, a parking spot, and a fun, groomed sledding hill in the heart of the North Tahoe Regional Park. Located just one mile from The Franciscan Lakeside Lodge, this sledding hill is convenient and fun for all. The North Tahoe Regional Park also boasts a ton of other winter activities-from ziplining to snowshoeing. Learn more>>
Mt. Rose Meadows
This sledding area is FREE and fun for all! Please use caution and pack out what you bring into this open area. There are many areas around Mt. Rose Summit on Highway 431 to pull over and sled, but parking does get limited, especially during busy weekends and holiday periods. This area is also popular for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing.
Tahoe-Donner Snow Play Area
Head up to Truckee for a fun snow-play area for the whole family. Snow tubing lanes and a monitored hill make this tubing area safe, and the larger snow play area is fun for kids of all ages. Snow play toys, sleds, and tubes are all included in the rates. Learn More »»
Granlibakken Sled Hill
Sled all day for just $17 at this steep, groomed, and supervised sledding hill. All passes include a saucer rental, and there is a smaller hill for the little ones. This low-key sledding area offers a safe and affordable way to spend a day. Lunch at the onsite Rusty’s Kitchen is delicious-authentic Mexican food at reasonable prices.
With all the snow we’ve received this February, sledding is a great way to enjoy all the white stuff. You’ll want a cozy cabin that’s close to the action, and that’s where we come in.