TN Posted in Tennessee February 25, 2016 by Meghan O'Brien Here Are the Best Places To Go Sled Riding In Tennessee This Winter Ray Sadler / Flickr So here's the thing. Tennessee doesn't really have a ton of sledding opportunities...because we don't get much snow. That doesn't mean we're going to forget the solid spots we do have! Curious? Take a lovely little gander, folks. 1. Lakeshore Park - Knoxville Roger Smith / Flickr We heard this one through the grapevine - from local Knoxvillian's, of course! They swear by the soft slopes at Lyon's View Park when it gets a bit chilly and frosty out there. Be careful driving, but you can find it at 5908 Lyon's View Pike. 2. Smoky Mountain National Park - Gatlinburg Casey Fleser / Flickr The Smokies aren't just great for hiking and lookin' at - they also make for some solid sledding hills! Jump in your car and take a trip through the winding hills. You'll find groups of families parked (safely) by the side of the road, ready to enjoy an afternoon. US Army / Flickr Doesn't this little guy just kill you?! You're doing good things, buddy. For sure. 3. Ober Gatlinburg KnoxNews The snow tubing at Ober Gatlinburg is grade A in our book. It's all the fun of sledding WITHOUT the long walk up the hill - which we all know totally sucks. Have you been? Ober Gatlinburg Fun for all ages! Also, it would be so so hard to leave. Unless there was a steaming mug of hot chocolate at the end of it... 4. Your Own Backyard Kevin Oliver / Flickr Don't have a way to get around? Grab a cardboard box and make your own sled, and find a spot in your neighborhood. It's such a fun way to bond with your neighbors and enjoy a bit of time together. We love the chance to make new friends, and if someone has a camera? It's officially history. This list may be small, but whoa is it mighty! We aren’t too upset, anyway. A little bit of snow means a ton of fun precisely when we want it. Take that, northerners!