Winter in Utah is at its best when everything turns white and snow sparkles in the sun. It's the perfect time to enjoy a Utahn tradition of getting out the sleds and playing in the snow! Here are some of the top places to go sledding in Utah County.

1. Rock Canyon Park


2620 N 1200 E, Provo

This is the locals' favorite sledding spot in Provo, where you can slide down the large hills and then walk back up to do it again!

2. Peteetneet Academy


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10 N 600 E, Payson

In the field next to Peteetneet Academy are easily accessible hills, great for sledding! There is also a playground nearby, for more fun.

3. Cherry Hill Elementary


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240 E 1800 S St, Orem

Cherry Hill Park is an oasis in the middle of the city with a few fun hills families love to sled down.

4. Oak Canyon Junior High


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111 S 725 E, Lindon

Oak Canyon has a beautiful view of the mountains in the background and lots of hills to sled down while there.

5. Tibble Fork Reservoir


N American Fork Canyon Rd, Provo (best accessed from SR 92)

If your car can make it all the way up the mountain to Tibble Fork Reservoir, there are many sledding opportunities to be had!

6. Spanish Oaks Elementary

Father pushes his children's sled down the hill

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2701 E Canyon Crest Drive, Spanish Fork

The soccer field at Spanish Oaks Elementary offers a fun place to go sledding if you are in the area.

7. Silver Lake Amphitheater

Little boy trying to stand up on his sled

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Corner of Pony Express Pkwy and Silver Lake Pkwy, Eagle Mountain 

Silver Lake Amphitheater offers a big bowl of sledding areas, many of which provide a lengthy sledding course--perfect for racing each other!

8. Bicentennial Park


1400 S 1600 E, Provo

This beautiful park has walking paths and long hills to sled down, as well as a small pond and evergreens that collect the falling snow on their branches.


When sledding, don't forget to bring your own sled--the snow tubes and toboggans are a blast. Also, be sure to dress warm, with gloves, a hat, a coat, and snowpants if it is cold outside. After you're all bundled up, go out and have your winter sledding adventure!

For more ideas of things to do in the snowy season, see our list of winter activities.