Where to Go Sledding & Snow Tubing in the Saratoga Area
Each winter, adults and children alike flock to Saratoga's sledding and tubing hills for snowy fun! Everyone comes prepared with saucers or tubes and dressed in their warmest attire to enjoy the outdoors. We've highlighted some of the top places for sledding and snow tubing in the area below.
Disclaimer: The list of sledding hills in Saratoga was compiled using suggestions from Saratoga residents. It is wise to check with officials at each venue before sledding. The webmaster of Saratoga.com is not responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed here on Saratoga.com. Please go sledding at your own risk.
Snow tubing at West Mountain Ski Area in nearby Queensbury is fun for the whole family! Their large tubing park features four upper lanes and six lower lanes, and there is no age or height requirement.
Although known for their premier cross-country skiing trails, Lapland Lake in Northville offers a variety of other winter activities too, including snow tubing, kick-sledding, and more. The junior snow tubing hills are suitable for kids of all ages.
Head over to Willard Mountain in Greenwich for a day of skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. You can purchase a 2-hour tubing pass, a 4-hour tubing pass, or a season pass. *Note: The tubing park will not be open for the 2019-2020 season due to the conditions.
Saratoga National Historical Park in Stillwater features designated hills for snow tubing and tobogganing as weather permits. Contact the Park Office for directions and updates on the latest snow conditions.
McGregor Links Country Club
Located in Wilton, McGregor Links is a golf course with plenty of rolling hills for sledding. Tip: The 17th hole offers the most exciting hill.
Woods Hollow Nature Preserve
The hill at Woods Hollow Nature Preserve in Milton is known for its smooth, bump-free ride.
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