Lake Tahoe Tubing, Sledding and Snow Parks Guide

Lake Tahoe Sledding and Tubing ParksLake Tahoe Tubing, Sledding and Snow Parks Guide – Discover the best snow tubing and sledding hills in the Lake Tahoe basin. Let us be your guide!

South Lake Tahoe Tubing, Sledding and Snow Parks
South Lake Tahoe seems primarily like an “adult” getaway what with all those lights and casinos. But, in actuality, there are tons of activities that cater to the entire family! Bundle up the family, pack the hot cocoa, and use this guide to discover South Lake Tahoe’s best of the best snow tubing, sledding and snow parks.

Echo Summit Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe
This machine-groomed sledding area is at the top of its league, with three hills and sled/tube rental for the entire family, even those looking to release their inner-kid spirit!
Hansens Resort Snow Tubing and Saucer Hill
400 feet of tubing is more than enough fun for the entire family at Hansen’s Tubing Hill. The runs are groomed daily, while admission is free for kids (4 and under) and cabin guests. You can be sure the young ones will utilize all their energy making the trek up and down this amazing ride.
Heavenly Adventure Peak
Take a 2.4 mile gondola ride up to the top of Adventure Peak. Breathe in the amazing view of Lake Tahoe and plunge down a 500-foot long hill with a 65-foot vertical drop. Or access Heavenly’s kids hill (ages 4-6) and watch their faces light up!
Sierra at Tahoe Tubing Hill
Blizzard Mountain is Sierra Resort’s newest winter attraction, for good reason too. Two rope-tow tubing lanes and sledding area are available to those big and small. Whether the kids are into tubing or just some simple winter fun, Blizzard Mountain has it all. Snowball kits, outdoor fire pits and picnic tables are provided.
Spooner Summit
Things don’t need to be complicated with day passes at Spooner Summit. Just pack up the kids and sledding/tubing gear and head down. Besides, it’s only nine miles south of Incline Village.

North Lake Tahoe Tubing, Sledding and Snow Parks
Nothing screams “winter fun!” like some of North Lake Tahoe’s finest snow parks. These snow play areas are great for the entire family; whether it be sledding, tubing or a genuine snowball fight! Snow conditions are prime, and many of the locations are free. Those that charge a fee still give you great additional benefits like tow lifts (up the slopes) and magic carpets. Use this complete online guide to explore the best snow parks in all of North Lake Tahoe:

Boreal’s Tubing Park at Playland
A moving carpet means the fun never stops at Boreal’s Playland. All ages are welcomed to enjoy their groomed tubing lanes.
Donner Ski Ranch
Enjoy Tubing Hill at Donner Ski Ranch! You can bring your own equipment and take advantage of their new moving carpet. Family-friendly atmosphere.
Granlibakken Ski Area
You and the whole family can enjoy sledding all day at Granlibakken. Saucer rental is included while lodging guests get 50% off sledding/skiing at the resort.
Incline Village Snow Play Area
Perfect gentle hill for youngsters and the family, right in the heart of Incline Village.
Kingvale Tubing And Sledding Center
The Center provides all the sledding equipment you need to race own their five lift-served tubing lanes. The courses are carved using the “Stinger” — those twists and turns will keep everyone guessing. Snack bar on site.
Mt. Rose Snow Play Area
Free to the public, Mt. Rose has varying hills, depending on the adventure you’re up for. Just bring your own equipment and enjoy the large open spaces.
North Tahoe Regional Park
Named the “best kept sledding secret” at Lake Tahoe, North Tahoe Regional Park means lots of fun on the cheap. Go sledding all day (sled provided) and the lack of foot traffic means you can have the hills all to yourself.
Northstar Tubing Center
200 yards of tubing galore is in store at Northstar. Get a free tow lift to the top again and again, but get there early because it’s a first-come first serve deal.
Soda Springs Winter Resort
Soda Springs moving carpet makes life a little easier and maximizes the sledding fun! That moving carpet means sledding all day without the trek back up to do it all over again.
Squaw Valley’s SnoVentures™ Activity Zone
Mini snowmobiles and snow tubing can all be found at Squaw Vallew. Three tubing lanes and a groomed mini snowmobile course ensures fun for any member of the family. Magic carpet available.
West Shore Snow Play Area
Just bring your own equipment and show the kids how fun and exciting this gentle hill is!

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