By Paola Santiago
Posted On: Jan 31, 2021
A time-honored tradition, Ohio does sledding like nowhere else! With snowy weather on the horizon, now is the perfect time to grab your sled, a toboggan, a tube and your family. This will be a winter to remember!
Avalanche Tubing Park
Avalanche Tubing Park at Mad River Mountain is a family-friendly destination, perfect for those seeking an adrenaline rush! There is a maximum capacity for the park and tickets are for two-hour sessions. Click here for more information.
Snow Trails Ski Resort
Our favorite tubing spot and Ohio's oldest ski resort, Snow Trails serves the Mansfield area with 1,100 long tubing lanes! The best part? You don't have to carry your tubes back up the hill. Conveyor belts make it easy for even your little ones to go up and down the hills with ease! Snow tubing is offered every Thursday through Sunday and online reservations are required. Click here for more information.
Ohio State Parks
Find sledding all over the state, like known favorite Punderson State Park which provides a slight grade lighted sledding hill along with a winter sports chalet. Check out their website for a complete list of all parks that have a designated sledding hill -- just make sure to bring your own equipment! Click here for more information.
The Chalet in Mill Stream Run
With or without snow, the Chalet runs through March and offers a perfect experience for thrill-seekers. The twin, 700-foot refrigerated ice chutes can accommodate a small group or a single person, so challenge your friends to take the plunge! Reservations and face masks are required. Click here for more information.
Wright Memorial Park
With excellent access and plenty of parking, the designated sledding area offers trails that range from bumpy to perfectly smooth. About 700-800 feet, this 40-degree hill is also situated in perfect proximity to the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Park. Click here for more information.