Utah Sledding and Tubing Locations

Are you planning a Utah winter vacation with the family? Don’t forget the popular and loved family tradition of sledding or tubing. Are you looking for somewhere new and exciting to snow tube? Utah has some of the best sledding and tubing places around. Enjoying winter sports is something everyone can do! You don’t have to be a downhill skier to get out and enjoy the beauty of the mountains. Below is a list of just some of the best sledding and tubing locations in Utah.

Soldier Hollow Cross-Country Ski Resort - Soldier Hollow is located above the town of Midway in the Wasatch Mountains of Heber Valley at the Wasatch Mountain State Park. Soldier Hollow has the longest tubing lanes in Utah. The tubing lanes stretch 1200 feet and include a lift service for hauling people up the hill for day or night tubing so you get the most runs for your money. They also have a sound system that plays festive music that only adds to the traditional experience. Tubing admission ranges anywhere from $3 to $20 depending on age and how long you decide to use the hill. This admission includes tube use and lift ride. The hill is open from Dec 15 to March 17. Tubing sessions are two hours long and start on the even hour (i.e. 10-noon, noon-2, 2-4, etc.) I suggest buying your tickets online in advance. They are open Monday through Friday from noon to 8 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sundays noon to 4 p.m. Soldier Hollow leaped onto the scene during the 2002 winter Olympics for its cross country skiing and biathlon events. Get out there with your family and experience for yourself this exciting way to enjoy tubing in the wonderful Utah outdoors!

Gorgoza Park - Gorgoza Park is a place where the whole family can have fun. Located 7 miles from Park City Mountain Resort and 30 minutes from Salt Lake City at 3863 West Kilby Rd. Park City, Utah. Gorgoza Park offers seven different tubing lanes to choose from as well as lift service and lights. For the little tuber 8 years and under the park offers Fort Frosty, a kids play area with a 60 ‘ conveyor, a tubing carousel, as well as many other fun snowy adventures to explore. For children ages 5 – 12 they have mini snowmobiles they can rip-n-zip around an oval course. They have an area for learning to ski or snowboard as well. Gorgoza Park offers it all. Rates for the tubing ranges anywhere from $8 to $33. Fort Frosty costs $10 per ticket or free if they purchase a 2 or 4 hour tubing ticket. For $10 you get 10 laps on the mini snowmobiles. The learn to ski zone requires a Fort Frosty or tubing ticket as well as a $5 snowboard or ski rental equipment fee. Gorgoza Park offers unforgettable memories that will last a life time. You will be talking about this experience for ever. For more information contact 435-658-2648.

Brian Head Resort - Brian Head is located at 329 South Highway 143 in Brian Head Utah (866)930-1010. Burn Rubber is the name of their snow tubing park and for good reason as they describe the 6 lane park as a frozen waterslide that shoots you down the mountain like a bullet. They are in operation Monday through Friday from 11a.m.to 3 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Their night tubing is on Friday and Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. The cost is only $15 so make your reservations online or by calling the number listed above.

Snowbasin Ski Resort – Snowbasin is located in Hunstville just 35 miles from downtown Salt Lake City. Snowbasin offers a 4 lane tubing hill that provides fun for all ages. The tubing hill is located at the former finish line of the 2002 Downhill ski course. Access to the top of the hill is provided by a hand tow lift. No need to bring your own tube as one is included with your ticket purchase. During the winter season, the tubing hill is open every Saturday and Sunday, as well as Monday holidays from 10am to 4pm. Tubing rates are $5 for one ride, $15 for three rides, $21 for six rides, or $30 for unlimited rides. For more information please contact 801-620-1000

The beauty of snow tubing is that everybody can do it. The following tubing hills come to you at no cost and are broken down by county.

  • Salt Lake County
  • Flat Iron Mesa Park in Sandy City - 10000 Centennial Pkwy Sandy, Utah 84070
  • Mountain Dell Golf Course at Parley's Canyon Salt Lake City, UT - I-80 Exit 134 Parley's Canyon
  • West ridge Golf in West Valley City - 5055 South Westridge Blvd. West Valley City, UT 84118
  • Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake City – There are two entrances to the park off of 2100 south, one on 1400 east and the other on 1500 east.
  • Murray Park in Murray - 296 East Murray Park Avenue, Murray, UT 84107
  • Utah County
  • Shelley Elementary School in American Fork - 602 North 200 West, American Fork, UT 84003
  • Canyon Road in Cedar Hills
  • Cherry Hills Elementary in Orem - 250 East 1650 South Orem, UT 84058
  • Peteetneet Museum & Cultural Arts Center in Payson - 10 South 600 East Payson, UT 84651
  • Jolley's Ranch 3 Miles up Hobble Creek Canyon, Springville
  • Davis County
  • West Bountiful City Park in Bountiful - 400 North 200 West, Bountiful, Utah 84010
  • Hidden Hollow in Layton
  • Weber County
  • El Monte Golf Course in Ogden - 1300 Valley Drive Ogden, UT 84401
  • Mount Ogden Park in Ogden - 3144 Taylor Ave Ogden, Utah 84403
  • Lomond view park in North Ogden - 220 East Elberta Drive North Ogden, Utah 84414
  • Cache County
  • USU Old Main Hill in Logan
  • Emery County
  • Fairview Canyon above Huntington Reservoir
  • Tubing availability with all locations mentioned above of course depends on whether Mother Nature wants to share the fluffy white stuff with us. If you have a favorite location you would like to share with us please send them to content@utahoutdooractivities.com. We would also love to post your sledding photos or videos!

    Disclaimer: Utah Outdoor Activities cannot be held responsible for the use of the information posted above. It’s posted for informational purposes only. Sledding and Tubing can be dangerous and Utah Outdoor Activities cannot be held liable for any injuries that may occur while enjoying this outdoor winter activity.

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