Snow inner-tubing and sledding park with lifts. This place can be better than a sledding hill because they have restrooms, lifts, food and parking, but you have to pay to get in and there can be lines to use the hill on busy days. If you want to just play in the snow you can do that too. Leland Snowplay's altitude is 6,330 ft, so it may have snow when unofficial snow play areas / sledding hills do not.
You can buy, but not rent snow clothing at the park.
You can bring your own food to the park or go to their 'High Sierra Grill'. They don't allow people who haven't paid for food to use their dining areas.
- Big Hills - for older kids and adults
- Kiddie Hills - for small children
How to prepareEdit
- Wear warm snow clothing that will keep you dry
- Bring extra dry socks
- Bring sunscreen
- Bring chains
- Check the weather report and road conditions before driving up
- Make sure you'll be able to get directions even if you lose cell coverage
- Pets are NOT allowed
- Long lines
- Staff yelling at people in the parking and on the hill
- Small snow play area
- Muddy parking lot
Start date: December 7, 2018
End date: April 21, 2019
About 6 miles further down highway 108 from Strawberry.
Leland High Sierra Snowplay 34033 Leland Meadow Rd, Pinecrest, CA 95364