Sledding in Michigan is great for all ages, both adults and kids alike. The proficiency required is low. The gear list is short. But the fun factor is always high. The best sledding hills have wide open slopes – no crashing into trees, please – and fast and gentle terrain, with lots and lots of snow. Where are these idyllic sledding hills? In Michigan, of course. Our team has compiled a list of five of our favorite sledding hills in Michigan below. Take a peek and tell us what you think.
Top 5 Spots for Sledding in Michigan
Cannonsburg Ski Area
Cannonsburg has the highest slopes in Southwest Michigan. The winter sports complex has fat bike trails and ski hills, but also a dedicated tubing area.
City Forest Sledding Hill
City Forest Sledding Hill is an old fashioned unsupervised, public access hill run by the City of Midland,
Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park
Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park provides a full day of winter fun, with access to sledding, skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, and an Olympic-style luge track.
Rolling Hills County Park
Rolling Hills is a dedicated sledding-only hill for both kids and adults. The park offers sled rentals if you’re unable to bring your own.
Hawk Island Park
Hawk Island has 16 lanes and a 60-foot drop and is one of the best spots for sledding and snow tubing in all of Michigan.
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