You'll Feel Like A Kid Again When You Sled Down One Of Iowa’s Best Winter Spots, Horseshoe Bend Wildlife Area
It’s about time to begin planning your next day of sledding in Iowa, and if you’re looking for a fun hill without the hoopla of resorts and lift tickets, you’ll want to head to Horseshoe Bend Wildlife Area.
Horseshoe Bend Wildlife Area is way up by the Iowa Great Lakes, south of Okoboji in the town of Milford.
For many Iowans, this quiet, small county park is the first place they think of when we get a good snow, because it's an amazing spot to go sledding in Iowa!
For generations, their sledding hill has been maintained and managed by the park, offering a safe, easy, and fun way to go flying down the hill on a snowy winter day.
The park is also open to snowshoeing and cross country skiing, and you'll find winter weather enthusiasts traveling through on any given day where there's a good base of snow.
The park also offers a warming hut, which can be rented out for private events!
Be sure to check to see if the warming hut is open before you head out to enjoy sledding in Iowa! If it's not, you'll want to bundle up, pack a thermos, and shove some hand warmers in your pocket.
You can find Horseshoe Bend Wildlife Area along the Little Sioux River, and it's truly one of Iowa's best-kept secrets.
You can find out more information regarding the hours and operation of the Horseshoe Bend Wildlife Area’s sledding hill on the
Dickinson County website, right here.
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1924 240th St, Milford, IA 51351, USA