I did a google image search and the results were, by a land slide (a-hem), predominantly sleds. Though I was raised knowing a toboggan is a sled, I've only ever called them sleds.
Camden is also home to the held annually every first weekend in February. The venue is an iced-over, 400-foot long wooden toboggan chute with a vertical incline of over 70 feet that shoots toboggan riders screaming down the hillside onto the frozen ice of Hosmer Pond below. The single wooden track is constructed similar in style to an Olympics luge run. Over 400 teams compete in several divisions at the National Toboggan Championships. They compete in two-, three- and four-man toboggan teams that race down the hillside of Ragged Mountain. The fastest time down in each team division wins with tobogganers typically reaching speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. The event draws over 5000 people each year to witness this outdoor winter sports competition.
Fun and speedy tobogganing, the unique experience on the Ounasvaara hill! The hard treaded snow track, made specially for winter toboggans, is 800 meters long. The special toboggans are equipped with steering and brakes. Maximum speed is about 50 km/h.