11 Perfect Sledding Spots Near Lehi, Utah

At the base of the majestic Wasatch mountains sits the town of Lehi. Those who have visited or lived in Lehi can attest that winters in this part of Utah can be absolutely fun! Sledding is one of the best activities to do here once the snow falls.

There are tons of wonderful sledding spots located in and around Lehi! In fact, there are so many that it can at times be difficult to decide where to go. I got you cover though, I have narrowed it down to eleven sledding spots that you will not want to miss out on trying.

1. 300 East Lehi Sledding Hill

Location

1900 N 300 E, Lehi, UT 84043

This sledding spot is located in a residential area that is a little way north of Lehi’s downtown area. You can find this sledding area right up to the road from the Lehi City Cemetery. The hills are right off of N 300 E and Davis Ln. in the greenbelt area.

Hours

You can stop by anytime. However, keep in mind that this sledding spot is located in a residential area, so be respectful to the people living there. Don’t go too early or stay too late.

Cost

Free.

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Pack up your sleds and load up your family! This sledding spot will not disappoint. It is probably the best sledding spot in Lehi and is definitely thrilling to slide down. There are two main hills to pick from; both are quite steep and provide a long ride. There are also some smaller hills located in the middle and perimeter of the sledding area that is perfect for little kids to fly down.

One great thing about this sledding spot is that the bottom of the hill gives you plenty of room to stop once you are done sliding down. I highly recommend trying this hill out as soon as possible!

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In addition to being a great place to sled, this hill also provides some stunning mountain view and is especially beautiful after a snowstorm. Be sure to bring your own sleds and dress warm.

Something else to keep in mind; this sledding spot has no facilities such as bathrooms or drinking fountains. I highly recommend planning ahead, especially if you have little kids. Bring along some snack and water.

2. Silver Lake Amphitheater

“Great little neighborhood park, perfect for sledding in the winter.”

Tim Pape

Location

Pony Express Pkwy, Eagle Mountain, UT 84005

The Silver Lake Amphitheater is located in the town of Eagle Mountain, which is west of Lehi. The Amphitheater, along with its hills, is located right off of Pony Express Parkway and Silverlake Parkway.

Hours

N/A

Cost

Free.

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In the summer you can find crowds lounging on the hills in front of the amphitheater enjoying movies, live music, and plays. In the winter, this all changes.

Once the hill is covered with snow it becomes a sledders paradise! The Silver Lake Amphitheater and Park is naturally a hilly area, but the best hill is the one located just in front of the stage. This long, wide, and moderately steep hill offers a stupendous sledding experience, void of any obstacles. There are no trees or rocks that you have to avoid while sledding here.

This hill is definitely large enough to accommodate any number of sledders.

Additional Information

Silver Lake Amphitheater and Park sadly do not offer any amenities such as bathrooms, warming huts, or drinking water. The closest public bathroom is located in the shopping area just a quarter of a mile up the road.

If you are sledding in this area, I highly recommend stopping by the Ridley’s Family Market and picking up some food and hot chocolate.

3. Evergreen Park

Location

200 N 700 E, American Fork, UT 84003

Evergreen Park is only 4.5 miles from the center of Lehi in the city of American Fork. The park is west of the interstate and can be found in the cross-streets of N 700 E and Fleming Drive.

Hours

Open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.

Cost

Free.

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If you are looking for a great place to take the little one’s sledding, this is the spot to go! There are a handful of gentle and smaller hills that make for a perfect sledding adventure for little kids. Evergreen Park is nestled right up against the mountains and is, therefore, a beautiful place to get a great view of the snow covered peaks in the winter.

Don’t forget to bring your camera when visiting this sledding spot.

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When it comes to sledding in comfort, Evergreen Park has it all. There is ample parking, restrooms, pavilions, playgrounds, and much more. This park is not only a great place to bring the kids to in the winter but is also perfect for them to play in during the summer months too.

4. Vermillion Park

“I sled here here every year because it is by far the best sledding hill. The hills range in size so its perfect for all ages!”

Isabelle Ashton

Location

4421 W 10200 S, South Jordan, UT 84095

This elongated park with its accompanying sledding spot is located 25-30 minutes northwest of Lehi in the city of South Jordan. The park is situated near Finch Park and Daybreak Water Tanks Open Space off of S Jordan Parkway.

Hours

Open daily from 8 am to 10 pm.

Cost

Free.

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Although this sledding hill is a bit further than the others mentioned so far, it is well worth the extra drive. This sledding spot is absolutely amazing! It is large and pretty steep. The hike up can be a little tiring, but like every good sledding hill, the slide down certainly pays off.

Additional Information

Because of the terrain, this hill can be a little bit bumpy (depending on how much snow is on the ground) and may not be suitable for younger children due to its size. Be sure to dress warm about be safe while sledding this hill. There is a road at the bottom of it, but sledders almost always stop before it.

Bring a camera on this sledding trip! The views here are unbeatable. At the top of the hill, you get a full view of the city and the surrounding mountains.

5. Rock Canyon Park

Location

2620 N 1200 E, Provo, UT 84604

Rock Canyon is located in northeastern Provo and is right up against the mountains. You can find it kitty-corner to the local university (BYU). It is about a 30-minute drive southeast of Lehi.

Hours

Daily from 7 am to 7 pm.

Cost

Free.

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Of all the places that are on this list, Rock Canyon is by far the best! This gorgeous park is located in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains and is a local favorite during the winter months. Its sprawling hills boast jumps, long rides, and vary in steepness.

This amazing sledding spot honestly has something for everyone and is a great place to bring the whole family.

The sledding hills are in somewhat of a bowl shape and offer some amazing views. You are literally sledding in the midst of the towering and snow-covered mountain Timpanogos as well as other mountain ranges. It is no wonder this spot is most peoples’ all-time favorite sledding area.

Additional Information

Due to its popularity, Rock Canyon can get rather crowded, especially on a good snow day. The hill attracts tons of students from the local university. Be sure to arrive earlier in the morning or later in the evening if you want to avoid the crowds.

6. Eagle Summit Park

Location

5100 N 2600 W, Lehi, UT 84043

Eagle Summit Park is located in Lehi city limits and can be found slightly north of Thanksgiving Point.

Hours

N/A

Cost

Free.

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Located in the shadow of Thanksgiving Point, is this hilly park. Eagle Summit Park offers some astounding sledding hills. The hills differ in steepness, height, and length. This is what makes Eagle Summit a top destination for sledders. There are hills for both kids and adults.

Additional Information

Be careful when sliding down the various slopes in the park. Many of them have trees to avoid and bottom out pretty quickly. In addition to that, be sure to dress warm, this part of Lehi is known for getting windy.

After you are done sledding, you can relax in one of the various pavilions and picnic areas located within the park. There are also multiple playgrounds for the kids to play on.

7. Peteetneet Academy

Location

10 N 600 E, Payson, UT 84651

This prime sledding spot is located 30-minutes south of Lehi in the town of Payson.

Hours

N/A

Cost

Free.

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The greatness of this sledding spot is no secret to those who grew up in Utah County. It has become many locals’ favorite places to go sledding. Peteetneet Academy’s hills are plenty slick enough to pick up a good amount of speed.

These hills are so steep and slick that some people don’t even bother bringing sleds or tubes. They, instead, opt on sliding down in just their snow pants.

Upon arrival, you will find the best and most popular sledding hill is located west of the parking lot. This hill is adequately wide to fit all the sledders who show up after a good snow storm.

Additional Information

Peteetneet Acadamy has a tendency to get a little overcrowded. It is a good idea to go at off times if you want the hill to yourself.

Also, be sure to dress warm and bring plenty of food and water as there is no facalities.

8. Hunter Park

“Seriously the best sledding hill.”

CHia-Chen Buck

Location

610 W 1120 N, American Fork, UT 84003

Hunter Park is very close to the city of Lehi. It is only a 5 to 7-minute drive east of downtown Lehi. The park is technically located in American Fork in the cross streets of W 1120 N and N 560 W St.

Hours

Open daily from 6 am to 10 pm.

Cost

Free.

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This park is absolutely beautiful. It is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. In addition to that, there are also multiple spots to go sledding.

The hills are a little smaller but are still fun to slide down. Hunter Park is a great place to bring your kids. There is ample area to also do other snow play activities such as building a snowman, making snow angels, or having a good ole’ fashioned snowball fight.

Additional Information

Hunter Park is also a great place to bring your four-legged friends. Humans aren’t the only ones who enjoy a good session of sledding!

9. Orem City Cemetery (Park)

Location

1520 N 800 E, Orem, UT 84097

This sledding spot is located in the city of Orem, which is a 15-20 minute drive south of Lehi. You can find the park adjacent to the actual cemetery near Provo Canyon.

Hours

This park is open 24-hours.

Cost

Free.

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When I first heard about this sledding spot, I was a little put off by the name. If this is the case for you there is no need to worry! This sledding area is not actually located in a cemetery! Rather, it is located in a beautiful park near the city cemetery. You won’t be disrespecting any graves!

The park itself has some stellar sledding hills. The main sledding area is bowl-shaped and thus offers a variety of hills to choose from. In addition to that, the outside of the park has smaller hills, that are perfect for the little ones to sled down.

Additional Information

This 16-acre park not only offers top-rate sledding, but it also provides some insanely great views of the mountains as well. This sledding spot is perfect for capturing both action shots of people sledding and landscape shots of the mountains. For this reason, I highly recommend bringing a camera.

10. Shelley Elementary

Location

600 N 100 W, American Fork, UT 84003

Shelley Elementary sledding area is just a 10-minute drive east of Lehi. The sledding hills are located across from the American Fork Cemetery.

Hours

N/A

Cost

Free.

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Right by the Shelley Elementary School, you will find some sledding spots that many American Fork residents enjoy. The hills are family friendly and are conveniently located. What’s not to like about this place?!

Additional Information

This sledding area is located near an elementary school. Be sure to be respectful and choose proper times to go.

11. Sandpiper Hill

Location

3015 Sandpiper Rd, Eagle Mountain, UT 84005

In Eagle Mountain near the Hidden Valley Park, you will find a great sledding spot. Eagle Mountain is only a 15-20 minute drive if you are coming from the center of Lehi.

Hours

N/A

Cost

Free.

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Sandpiper hill is the place to go if you are in the Eagle Mountain area. This hill is quite large and can accommodate just about any size of crowd. It offers an adrenaline-infused ride to the bottom. This hill is pretty steep, but not too steep. This makes it a prime stop off for sledding enthusiasts.

At the bottom of the hill there is a small stream. No need to worry though, 99% of sledders stop before actually reaching it.

Additional Information

The surrounding area is great for sledding as well. Sandpiper Hill is located by Hidden Valley Park and Nolen Park, both of which are great sledding spots to check out.

Nolen Park is especially good for little kids because the hills are pretty mild.

Be cautious of the stream at the end of the hill and you’ll be sure to have a blast!

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