Sledding Hills

This image shows three boys on one sled sledding down the hill together.
This image shows a girl sledding down the hill.
This image shows a young girl sledding down the hill.
This image shows three children sledding down the hill together.
This image shows three boys on one sled sledding down the hill together.
This image shows a girl sledding down the hill.
This image shows a young girl sledding down the hill.
This image shows three children sledding down the hill together.

Fargo offers three sledding hills which are great recreational fun for people of all ages. Grab your sled and head out to the Edgewood Chalet, Mickelson Sledding Hill and Crofton Coves.

Sledding Information

1. Carefully walk up the hill watching for sledders. 
2. Make sure your sledding path is clear before proceeding down the hill. 
3. Building jumps is NOT allowed. 
4. No metal saucers, toboggans, sleds with metal runners or cardboard pieces are allowed on the hill. 
5. Stay within sledding hill boundaries. Sledding boundaries are the straw bale/fenced rows. Sledding outside these boundaries is not recommended. 
6. No smoking. 
7. Sled at your own risk. 
8. Do not move Straw bales. 
9. Limit of four sleds per group. 
10. No snowboarding or skiing permitted on the hill. 

 

If you cannot comply with these rules, you will be asked to leave. 

All sleds must be returned to the check-out location. 

For the enjoyment of others no profanity. 

There is no charge to use the sleds at the Edgewood Chalet sledding hill, however, we require either a picture ID or a $20 deposit that is returned when the sled is returned at the Mickelson Park and Softball Fields sledding hill. 

There are no sleds available for use at Crofton Coves.