- Address: 450 Ln 100 Lake James, Angola, IN 46703, USA, United States
The Toboggan Run in Angola at the Pokagon State Park is frequented by more than 90,000 riders during winters. Featuring a 30-foot tall tower, dips and valleys, and a total vertical drop of 90 feet over the course of a quarter mile, the Toboggan Run is a favorite amongst kids and adults alike. While the first slide was opened in 1935, the second one was added in 1940.
Toboggan Run Reviews & Ratings
Our Boy Scout Troop goes here every year. It's always a great trip. Individuals, families, and groups all have a great time, both riding the toboggans and in watching everyone else. Excited screams are half the fun. The radar (speed sensor) near the bottom of the track displays the speed for each run. There's a fire to warm up by and a concession stand upstairs in the cabin. It's like a tiny ski lodge with observation windows facing the track. A great place.
Fun on the way down but you better have more than one strong adult as you have to carry the very heavy sled back up to the top and it is a LONG walk. I'm a mom who took my 2 younger kids and we could only go down twice because I could only carry it back up that many times.
So much fun! The lines can be long but everyone had fun. There was a fire pit mid-line to allow people to warm up.
Great place to have fun, just be sure to follow the rules
The day we went it was pretty busy. Had about 30 min wait just to get a sled. Then had to wait about 20 min to actually go down the hill. I am not complaining it was fun. I suppose if there would of been snow the kids would of been more entertained. They had a nice campfire going with seating. There is also a snack shop and bathrooms but we didn't use any of them.