From park brochure:
Sliding and sledding is permitted only in the designated snow play area, located immediately north of the upper parking lot at Paradise.. The snow play area may remain open into mid-March, depending on snow.
• Snow play is accessible via the upper parking lot on weekends only.
• Weekdays, access the snow play area from the main trailhead behind the new visitor center.
• Use only inner tubes, plastic sleds, saucers, or other soft sliding devices. No wooden toboggans, runner sleds with metal edges, or other hard devices are permitted.
• Compressed air is available on weekends and holidays during snow play hours at the upper parking lot restroom.
The information above fails to mention that this Inn is 22 miles INSIDE the National Park, incurring a $15 fee. Also, chains are required in the park so be prepared for that, another $15 to rent chains for the day (which may not even be used, but you are required to have them in your car). Then, the speed limit is arduously SLOW for that 22 miles. I didn't even reach our destination. We went to a county park in Ashford and just played in the snow. Allow plenty of time to actually reach the Inn. I got there a little after 3 pm and wouldn't have reached the inn before dark. So while the idea is nice that this nice Inn is letting people sled for FREE, if it's too good to be true, it probably is.