Make Some Memories at These Great Maine Sledding Spots
As we enter the winter months, there is a good chance that your kids are spending a lot more time inside. They are probably glued to their tablets, phones, and video games. All they want to do is sit around with a screen in their face. As a parent, this is probably really frustrating you, right?
What do you do? How do you make sure your kids are getting enough exercise?
Why not take them sledding?
Sledding is a really fun way for the kids to get some exercise and fresh air. And it is cheap.
You can usually find a basic plastic sled for less than $20. On the Cabela's website, you can get a sled that is big enough for two kids delivered to your door for less than $17.
Additionally, most of the best sledding spots are free.
Not sure where to go sledding? Check out our list of the best sledding spots in Maine.
Great Sledding Places In Maine
Because sledding is really weather-dependent, you want to keep in mind that some of these places may not be good for sledding right now. This is often the case early and late in the season. You may want to scout them out in advance.
We mentioned that you can get a decent sled for less than $20. These are great for most kids, but if your child is big into sledding, you can get them something a little more advanced. Walmart has sledding tubes for about $30. If your kid really loves sledding, you could always get them a mini-bobsled. These super cool sleds kind of look like a snowmobile and go for just under $100.
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