Sledding in Lake Tahoe
There are snow parks where you can pay to go sledding, like Adventure Mountain at the top of Echo Summit, but those will costs you a few bucks and they can get really crowded on weekends.
To their credit, snow parks like Adventure Mountain do offer some perks. If you don’t own a sled you can rent one. There’s also a lodge so you can really make a day of it. Along with Adventure Mountain, you can also check out Hansen’s Resort, which is located right on Ski Run Boulevard.
In the free, “just a basic sled hill” category, here are some other spots to check out.
Just 5 minutes from the house is Sawmill Pond is a popular family destination year-round in Tahoe South. At the Y, rather than turning to go onto Highway 50, just keep going on Lake Tahoe Boulevard and you’ll eventually come to Sawmill Pond on your left. There’s a small parking lot and a very gradual hill you can sled down. It’s a great spot for young kids. If you’ve got daredevils looking for an adrenaline rush, you may want to try another spot.
This is a great spot and carries with it the advantage of being in a wide-open public park. Driving from California and into Nevada, Kahle Park will be on your right just after you pass Lakeside Casino. There are also indoor facilities at Kahle Community Center if you need to warm up, and from Kahle Park you get to enjoy some views of Lake Tahoe.
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