*Note: Please check with property owners before sledding at all private venues.
Central Berkshire County
Wahconah Country Club, 20 Orchard Road, Dalton: Small hill, good for all ages but especially for younger children
Kittredge Elementary School, 80 Maple St., Hinsdale: Small and large hills, good for all types of sledding enthusiasts
Clapp Park, West Housatonic St., Pittsfield: Large hill, steep in some parts but good for most ages
Reid Middle School, 950 North St., Pittsfield: moderate hills for all ages
Bousquet, 101 Dan Fox, Pittsfield: Snow-covered tubing hill designed for ages 5 and up. $15 for two hours. bousquets.com
South Berkshire County
Monument Mountain Regional High School, 600 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington: Large, steep hill
Bartholomew’s Cobble, 105 Weatogue Road, Ashley Falls
Butternut, 380 State Road, Great Barrington: Seven-lane tubing park that makes sliding downhill fun for everyone! The Tubing Center is located on the far left side of Butternut’s main parking lot. The Tubing Center has it’s own ticketing building and offers 200 tubes, seven chutes, a dedicated handle lift that makes getting back to the top of the tubing runs easy and fun, plus 100 percent snowmaking coverage. $18 for two hours/$99 season. skibutternut.com.
North Berkshire County
Taconic Golf Club, 19 Meacham Street, Williamstown
Sheep Hill, 671 Cold Spring Road, Williamstown: Extra large, steep hill, recommended for more experienced sledders, younger sledding enthusiast should be accompanied by a parent
Forest Park Country Club, 41 Forest Park Ave., Adams
Just Outside the Berkshires
Berkshire East, 66 Thunder Mountain Road, Charlemont: The tubing hill is open from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on weekends, holidays,and holiday weeks. Other days and times may be reserved for large groups, (50+ people), by calling in advance to 413-339-6617. Cost: $20 ages 12 and up;$15 under 12 (two-hour time slots). berkshireeast.com.
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