Downhill Play in the Snow

Sledding & Tubing

Sled the Day Away

You don’t have to be a kid to love sledding in Bend, but we guarantee zipping down hills in a toboggan fill you with the magic of childlike wonder. 

Lots of families head for Wanoga Sno-Park just off Century Drive southwest of Bend. Bring your flexible flyer, your saucer sled, or your boogie board and enjoy this accessible and inexpensive form of snow play. Wanoga is an established sledding area with plenty of parking available with your Sno-Park permit.

You can purchase your permit at the Bend Visitor Center in downtown Bend or at one of our outdoor retail shops. Don’t forget to be a good steward of Bend’s outdoor spaces by packing broken sleds home with you at the end of the day.

On days when white stuff piles up in town, you’ll find small family-friendly sledding spots in Drake Park and Hollinshead Park. Watch for smaller children, and put safety first anytime you hop in that saucer.

A short drive from Bend, thrill seekers will find some established sledding hills in Sunriver including the tubing hill at the SHARC. With a four-wheel-drive vehicle, you can explore a more remote location by traveling on Forest Service Road 9720, which is east of Highway 97 at the Sunriver exit.

If you’d rather not fuss with packing your own sled or hauling it up a hill, hit the Snowblast Tubing Park at Mt. Bachelor. Keep in mind that during the 2020-2021 winter season, the Snowblast Tubing Park will not be operating due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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