Bend Oregon Sledding - Wanoga SnoPlay Area
Wanoga Snoplay Sno-Park Area
- located approximately 14 miles southwest of Bend on Century Drive - east of Wanoga Sno-park’s snowmobile area
- Park entrance is on the south side of the road at milepost 15
- Dogs are permitted on a leash
- Parking available with a sno-park parking permit.
Hollingshead Park and Al Moody Park
Smaller tubing hills can be found at Drake Park, Juniper Park and Ponderosa Park.
Sunriver Oregon Sledding Areas
In and around Sunriver, adventurers can enjoy tubing hills at a couple of places:
The first sledding area can be found near Sunriver Community Church on Theater Drive.
The other tubing locations near Sunriver are just east of U.S. Highway 97 at the Sunriver exit - Forest Service Road 9720. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended for access on this gravel road due to varying weather and road conditions.
Prineville Oregon Sledding - Marks Creek
Central Oregon Ski Resorts Sledding Runs
Central Oregon ski resorts - Mt. Bachelor, Hoodoo Mountain Resort and Willamette Pass Resort
- All offer tubing areas
- Pay to play sledding
- Tubes are provided
Sledding Safety Tips
Beware of obstacles, such as trees, rocks, shrubs and fences.
Always check before beginning descent for other sledders who may obstruct your path.
Scope out the entire sledding run, as the hill may end in a dangerous location. Check for Snow coverage on your sledding route. Without proper snow coverage sledders may stop short of the sledding run.
Understand how to stop the sled by turning sharply or dragging your feet. Roll off the sled if you loose control.
Do not exceed the capacity of the sled gear.
On slick, hard-packed days use soft-bottom tubes. On
powder days use a hard-surfaced sledding equipment.
Types of Sledding equipment