Clemmons Sled Hill


Sledding is a popular activity during the winter months. Sledding has become a common activity for the citizens of Fremont, young and old, at Clemmons Park (19th and Luther Road). Recent renovations to the sled hill have made Clemmons Park a premier place for sledding. 

Man-Made Snow

The Fremont Parks and Recreation Department has the ability to create man made snow with a snow gun when temperatures are in the teens for several consecutive days. The snow gun has the capability to create a 4 inch base of snow suitable for sledding over a eight hour time period.  Sledders can even use the hill after dark under the lights. The lights are operational from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

Sledding down Clemmons HillClemmons Sled Hill Rules

  • Please be aware of other sledders and snowboarders around you.
  • Do not move snow to make ramps or moguls.
  • Do not walk up or stand on the slope, use the stairs.
  • No bicycles allowed on the hill.
  • Sled hill open from 8:00 am to 11:00 pm.
  • Sledders 10-years-old and under must have adult supervision.
  • Small children are encouraged to use the north side of the hill.
  • Stay out of the way of sledders coming down the hill.
  • The lights will come on at dusk and go off at 11:00 pm.
  • The sled hill is closed during snow making operations.
  • This is an unsupervised sled hill. Participate at your own risk.
  • When the lights are off between dusk and 11:00 pm, the sled hill is not suitable for sledding.
For additional sled hill information, please call 402.727.2630.

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