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County: Knox City: Knoxville Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~35 degrees Length: 300-400 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (not specified) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Ryan, 12-12-2010
Directions: Lyons View Park, Intersection of Northshore and Lyons View.

Comments: Park at top of the hill in the park.

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County: Marshall City: Chapel Hill Property: Public Street Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Asphalt Texture: Smooth Crowds: Large
Slope: ~35 degrees Length: 400-500 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: No
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Chase Gentry, 1-10-2011

Sledding Hill Known As: " Anderson Hill " ( RENAME THIS HILL AS YOURS - DETAILS )

Directions: Sledding hill called Anderson hill at Anderson Lane off of Simpson Lane north of Thick Rd.

Comments: None

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County: Rutherford City: Murfreesboro Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: 35 degrees Length: 100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Charlie Stout, 2-14-2011
Directions:There are several man-made hills at the Almaville Road and 840 interchange. You can get there via 840 going west from Murfreesboro to Franklin - or you can go down Highway 96 to Almaville road and hang a right.

Comments: Parking is on the side of the road so you need to be careful crossing the street back and forth between the hills. However, when it's snowy traffic usually goes very slowly through there and there are always a lot of people. On the south side of the interchange is a steep hill maybe 50 degrees - hard to hike back up but crazy fast. There is a large grassy area at the bottom that runs parallel with the interstate and plenty far away from the interstate traffic. On the north side of the interchange, facing toward Franklin, there is a large grassy area you can walk out to, with a hill about 100 feet out. I prefer this area because it provides a nice area for milling about at the top of the hill well away from the overpass traffic. Sheriff officers regularly patrol this area and they always just wave at us and tell us to have fun. I think technically they aren't supposed to let us on here - but theres always a ton of people and I've spoken personally with them and they basically said "hey we only get two or three sledding days a year - I'm not going to ruin the fun".

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County: Sevier City: Gatlinburg Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: None
Slope: ~45 degrees Length: 50-100 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: No (see comments)
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (see comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Charlie Stout, 1-19-2011
Directions: Go into Smoky Mountains National Park via Hwy 441 in Gatlinburg. Pass the ranger station and keep to the left - heading up to Clingmans Dome Road. Note that the National Park does not salt their roads - they use snow plows and sand only. If you are worried about conditions you can stop and ask the Rangers at the park station about road conditions. Drive very slow and you'll be OK. The sand helps tires grip.

Comments: Once you arrive at Clingmans Dome road - there is a small turnabout that people use to park. The road is closed in the winter time and they let the snow collect for snow shoeing and cross country skiing. There is only room for about 10 cars and you may have to wait for a spot.

We walked about 500 feet up the road around a bend and there were a group of sledders there sliding down a steep hill. You'll need a person stationed at the bottom to avoid going into the trees on the other side of the road. We used inner tubes which I recommend because the hill is bumpy and has a steep angle where the hill meets the road. But if there is enough snow you can mount it up to mitigate this. There is also a small hill on the asphalt a little further up but we didn't go there as the snow was deep and hiking was tough. There was only about 4 families sledding where we were. As we tubed down the hill several groups of snow shoers and cross country skiiers came by.

Final note - even if there is no snow in Gatlinburg - there could be snow up on the mountain. Call the park Ranger. When we went the snow was melted in Gatlinburg but there was two feet up at the New Found Gap - Clingmans Dome area (right at the NC border) and it was beautiful.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!


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