Lake Tahoe Sledding, Tubing and Snowparks, Oh my!


Lake Tahoe Sledding and Tubing ParksNorth Lake Tahoe Sledding,
Tubing and Snowparks

Guaranteed family fun! North Lake Tahoe snowparks offer pristine snow conditions for wintertime entertainment. Giggle and laugh as you slip and slide your way down slick snowy hills, build a snowman, and have a snowball fight! Many snow play areas are free, and those that charge a fee also give you great perks such as magic carpets, tow lifts up the hill and snack bars. Plan your winter excursion with our complete online guide to North Lake Tahoe sledding, tubing and snowparks. Snowpark conditions vary depending on current snow conditions – we recommend you call ahead.

Boreal’s Tubing Park at Playland
Family friendly, well-groomed tubing lanes, and a convenient magic carpet.
Donner Ski Ranch
A favorite for families with young children, the atmosphere is relaxed and fun, and the two magic carpets are ready to whisk you up the hill.
Granlibakken Ski Area
Machine-groomed snow play area designated for plastic saucers only, plus saucer rentals.
Incline Village Snow Play Area
Easy hill found in the heart of Incline Village.
Kingvale Tubing And Sledding Center
Features five tubing lanes accessed by a lift and groomed by the “Stinger” snow park grooming machine.
Mt. Rose Snow Play Area
Bring your own sledding equipment to enjoy this large open tubing area at no cost.
North Tahoe Regional Park
Bring your tubes, sleds, saucers, and anything else that slides down a snowy hill and prepare for a full day of fun—all it costs is a $3 parking fee.
Northstar Tubing Center
Likened to a “snow coaster,” cruise down this J-shaped sledding hill complete with some exhilarating dips and bumps, and then hitch a ride back to the top on the tow lift.
Soda Springs Winter Resort
Enjoy Tube Town’s 390° moving carpet, designed to “escalate you up the mountain” in ease.
Squaw Valley’s SnoVentures™ Activity Zone
Three tubing lanes accessed by a covered magic carpet for easy access to the top of the hill.
West Shore Snow Play Area

Small, gentle hill that is perfect for young children.

South Lake Tahoe Sledding,
Tubing and Snowparks

Lake Tahoe sledding should be at the top of your to-do list this winter. This is an exhilarating activity that the whole family can enjoy together. Get outside in the brisk mountain air as you giggle and shriek your way down a slick sledding hill. Check out the free snow play areas, or visit the fee-required hills and enjoy the convenience of tow lifts or magic carpets. Pack the hot chocolate, gloves, and sledding and pick your winter destination to one of these South Lake Tahoe sledding, tubing and snowparks.

Echo Summit Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe
Considered by many as the area’s premier machine-groomed sledding area with three hills great for the big kids as well as the littlest snow angels.
Hansens Resort Snow Tubing and Saucer Hill
A 400-foot long hill featuring tubing runs that are groomed daily with high walls and a gentle stopper hill at the bottom.
Heavenly Adventure Peak
Accessed by a gondola ride to the top of the resort, discover two super-fast tubing lanes over 500-feet long.
Sierra at Tahoe Tubing Hill
Two tubing hills featuring a take-off deck and gigantic doughnuts for a thrilling ride, plus a tow lift to pull you back to the top.
Spooner Summit
Bring your own sleds to this popular free sledding hill found at the top of Spooner Summit.


One Response to “Lake Tahoe Sledding, Tubing and Snowparks, Oh my!”

  1. Justin on December 22nd, 2012 10:35 am

    Homewood Mountain Resort also has an amazing snowplay area for kids and parents alike!

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