If you are looking for the best sledding hills in Ohio, we have got you covered. Read on to see the best hills to sled in Ohio!
Welcome to Ohio Hills for Sledding
Many of us has fond childhood memories of sledding down local hills. If you are looking to recreate those childhood memories or help your own children make memories of sledding, we can help you find places to go sledding near you!
Below we have researched and categorized the best places to sled in Ohio. We have divided each sledding hill into 1 of 5 areas of Ohio. So whether you leave in Central Ohio, Northwest Ohio, Northeast Ohio, Southwest Ohio or Southeast Ohio, we will help you locate the best sledding hills near you!
We are talking about lots of sledding hills in Ohio, if would like to jump to a particular area or city, please click the city name below.
Map of Local Ohio Sledding Hills
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Sledding Hills in Central Ohio
Bubly Tubing Park: 1000 Snow Valley Rd, Zanesfield, OH 43360. Phone: 800.231.7669. This sledding/tubing park is part of Mad River Mountain. It is the perfect winter adventure for adults and children. Purchase tickets online. Website
Vertical Descent Tubing Park at Snow Trails: 3100 Possum Run Road, Mansfield, Ohio 44903. Phone: 1.800.OHIO.SKI. While adult supervision is required, there is not an age requirement for this tubing park. They also have glow tubing available. Purchase tickets online. Website
Fryer Park: 3899 Orders Road, Grove City, OH, 43123. Phone: 614.539.8747. Is a 110-acre destination park, it has a lot to offer year round. It has a designated sledding hill. Just like most sledding hills, it can be a steep walk back up, but it has great down hill ride that will keep sledders coming back for more. Website
Blendon Woods Metro Park: 4265 E Dublin Granville Road, Columbus, OH 43081. Phone: 614.620.1861. Another gem that has activities for the entire year. There is ample parking and restrooms at this sledding hill. The hill is a gentle hill, not too steep. Website
Big Run Park: 4205 Clime Road, Columbus, OH 43228. Phone: 614-645-3380. This sledding hill is a bigger one. It has bumps on one side and the other side is a smoother ride. This particular park has limited parking and also restrooms are not always open. Website
Blues Creek Park: 9627 Fontanelle Road, Ostrander, OH 43061. Phone: +1 740-524-8600. Sledding hill is at the center of the park, with parking and restrooms located right there. Website.
Marysville Reservoir Park: 18375 Raymond Rd. Marysville, OH 43040. Phone: (937) 645-7350. Website.
Griggs Reservoir: 2933 Riverside Dr. Columbus, OH 43221. Phone: +1 (614) 645-3300. Website.
Glenwood Park – 1888 Fairmont Ave, Columbus, OH 43223. Phone: +1 (614) 645 3282. Website.
Scioto Audubon: 400 West Whittier Street, Columbus, OH 43215. Phone: 614.202.5197. Sledding hill located near the obstacle course and bocce court. Website.
Whitehall Community Park – 402 N Hamilton Rd, Whitehall, OH 43213. Website. Phone: +1 614-689-2050
Scioto Grove Metro Park – 5172 Jackson Pike, Grove City, OH 43123
Sledding Hill: A sledding hill is available for winter fun near to Backpacking Site #2. Website. Phone: 614.949.1078
Schneider Park - 2130 Astor Ave, Columbus, OH 43209. Website. Phone: (614) 559-4300
Jeffrey Park - 165 N Parkview Ave, Bexley, OH 43209. Website. Phone: +1 614-559-4300
Clintonville/Worthington - Ohio Sledding Hills
Antrim Park: Clintonville/Worthington: 5800 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, OH 43085. Phone: 614-645-3380. Antrim Park offers up some fun outdoor recreation all year long. The sledding hill at Antrim Park is a smaller hill, great for beginner sledders and those just wanting to have fun! Website
Clinton-Como Park Sledding: Clintonville: 301 W. Pacemont Road, Columbus, OH 43202. Phone: (614) 645-3380. This park features a very gentle hill for sledding. It is great for families with younger children who want a longer smoother ride that isn't too steep. There is not much parking for this sledding hill. Website
Huntley Bowl Park: 6199 Huntley Rd. Worthington, OH 43085. Phone: (614) 436-2743. One side of this bowl is designated for sledding during the winter months. Website.
Kenney Park: (formally known as Delawanda Park) 5201 Delawanda Ave. Columbus, OH 43214. Phone: +1 614-645-3300. Behind Graceland Shopping Center/LA Fitness. Access to the park is from the parking area west of the new Kroger Market Place. Website.
Olentangy River Parklands - 600 W. Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085. Phone: (614) 436-2743. This set of hills is considered a hidden gem when it comes to sledding in Central Ohio! It has a variety of different sized hills.This place will have a sledding hill to fit every need! Parking is pretty limited but there are restrooms on site. Website
Park Boulevard Park: 125 Park Blvd. Worthington, OH 43085. Phone: +1 (614) 436-2743. Park Boulevard Park was originally known as Devil’s Hill Park because of the steep incline at the back of the park. Website.
Whetstone Park of Roses: Clintonville: 3901 N High St, Columbus, OH 43214. Phone: +1 614-645-3391 There are two main sledding hills here, but many areas of the park provide other spaces to sled. There is ample parking here and there are restrooms at the park entrance. Website
Delaware - Ohio Sledding Hills
Alum Creek State Park: 3305 S. Old State Road, Delaware, Ohio 43015
Sledding off the multi-purpose trail off of Africa Rd. No sledding on the dam. Website. Phone: (740) 548-4631.
Delaware State Park: 75 Downing Rd, Delaware, OH 43015. Phone: (740) 548-4631. Sledding hills and ice rink available. Website.
Gallant Woods Preserve: 2151 Buttermilk Hill Rd., Delaware 43015. Phone: +1 740-524-8600. Hill is located close to the park entrance. Parking right in front of hill; restrooms are down the road near the shelter. Website.
North Orange Park: 7560 Gooding Blvd. Delaware, Ohio 43015. Phone: 740-548-5430. Website.
Dublin - Ohio Sledding Hills
Ballantrae Park (with the Dancing Rabbits Sculpture): 6350 Woerner Temple Rd, Dublin 43016. Phone: 614.410.4700. Start at the top with the bunnies and enjoy the ride! (Located at the splash pad if you are familiar with this area.). Website.
Scioto Park (Leatherlips Park): 7377 Riverside Dr., Dublin. Phone: (614) 410-4400.
Some caution that this gets very crowded and the bales of hay around trees and at the bottom are dangerous. Gentle and steep hills, plus walkway for getting to the top of the hill. Parking and restrooms available. Website.
Gahanna - Ohio Sledding Hills
Gahanna Golf Course: 220 Olde Ridenour Road. Website Phone: +1 614-342-4270
Galloway - Ohio Sledding Hills
Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park: 8465 Alkire Road, Galloway OH 43119. Phone: 614.370.6254. This metro park offers up a super steep hill for advanced or adult sledders. We would not advise to take young children to this hill. There are restrooms on site. Website Phone: 614.370.6254
German Village - Ohio Sledding Hills
Schiller Park -1069 Jaeger Street, Columbus, OH 43206. Phone: 614-645-3380. Schiller Park is located in German Village. The steep sledding hill is located behind the playground. There are no restrooms but lots of parking. Website
Grandview Heights - Ohio Sledding Hills
Wyman Woods Park: 1520 Goodale Blvd in Grandview Heights. Phone: +1 614-488-3111. Sledding hill is moderate in height and speed. Parking is somewhat limited, and restrooms are available. Website.
Groveport - Ohio Sledding Hills
Walnut Woods: 6716 Lithopolis Rd, Groveport, OH 43125. Phone: 614.357.9375. Sledding Hill: A low hill in the Buckeye Area provides just the right slope for young kids to enjoy sledding. Website.
Hilliard - Ohio Sledding Hills
Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park: 3800 Veterans Memorial Dr, Hilliard, OH 43026. Phone: (614) 876-5200. Good sledding at Hilliard's largest park. Limited parking. Website.
Lewis Center - Ohio Sledding Hills
Highbanks Metro Park: 9466 Columbus Pike (US Rt 23 N) Lewis Center, OH 43035. Phone: 614.906.3149. Two sledding hills in the Big Meadows Picnic Area, one for children age 10 and younger. The bigger hill is steep and the hill ends in a tree lined area. The end of the hill does have hay bales to help stop/protect sledders - Website
Glen Oak Park: 7126 Blue Holly Drive, Lewis Center. Phone: 740-548-5430. Located at the south end of the parking lot. The park also offers an ice skating pond drained to less than 24″ deep in the winter. The ice thickness is measured on a regular basis for safety. Signs posted when open. Website.
Pickerington - Ohio Sledding Hills
Sycamore Creek Park: Pickerington, OH 43147. Phone: 614-837-3974
This Pickerington Park offers 2 hills for sledding, parking is limited and restrooms may not be available. Website.
Reynoldsburg - Ohio Sledding Hills
Blacklick Woods: 6975 E. Livingston Ave., Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. Phone: 614.208.4247. Moderate hill on the golf course with close parking and restrooms. Website.
Upper Arlington - Ohio Sledding Hills
Jack Nicklaus Park: 2470 Tremont Rd, Upper Arlington, OH 43221. Phone: 614-583-5300. Website.
Northwest Kiwanis Park: 4840 Stonehaven Dr, Upper Arlington, OH 43220. Phone: 614-583-5300. Website.
Reed Road Park: 3855 Reed Rd, Upper Arlington, OH 43220. Phone: 614-583-5300. Website.
Sunny 95 Park: 4395 Carriage Hill Ln, Upper Arlington, OH 43220. Phone: 614-583-5300. Great for younger kids. Restroom available at the Amelita Mirolo Barn. Website.
Thompson Park: 4250 Woodbridge Rd, Upper Arlington, OH 43220. Phone: 614-583-5300. Longer hill for kids that won’t complain about the walk. Restroom open at the North Shelter (middle of the park). Website.
Victorian Village - Ohio Sledding Hills
Goodale Park: 120 W. Goodale St. Columbus, OH 43215. Phone: +1 (614) 645 3300.
Short steep hills on the Buttles Ave. side of the park. Limited parking lot, but meters are available around the park. Website.
Westerville - Ohio Sledding Hills
Alum Creek Park North: 221 W Main St, Westerville, OH 43081. Phone: 614-901-6500. Medium hill with some small bumps. There is also a small slope down into the park that works well for younger kids! Website
Blendon Woods: 4265 E. Dublin Granville Rd. Turn right at the ranger station and drive towards the dead end. Best for ages 8 and under! Website
Hoover Dam Park: 7701 Sunbury Rd. This hill is on the east side of the dam. Sledding is not permitted at the Reservoir. Website
Sharon Woods: 6911 Cleveland Avenue, Westerville, OH 43081. Phone: 614.315.5520. Long run for sledders and snowboarders; not steep. Small bunny hill for little kids. Restrooms and good parking available. Website.
Sledding Hills in Northwest Ohio - Ohio Sledding Hills
Blue Creek/Nona France Recreational Area: Whitehouse 7035 Providence Street. Phone: +1 419-877-5383. This man-made and unlit, sledding hill is 60 feet above ground, making it so that sledding is only available during daylight hours. You can enter the sledding hill area from the Providence Street park. Website.
Fort Miamis Park: Maumee 600 Michigan Avenue. Phone: +1 419-360-9187. This historic sledding hill is the site of the former British Fort Miamis, and overlooks the Maumee River. It is a great sledding area for younger children. The city of Maumee allows sledding, but asks that the hills with steel rails are not used. You can sled here until dark. Website.
Harroun Park: Sylvania 5500 Main Street. Phone: 419-885-8733. Locally known as “Suicide Hill”, this hill is located near Harroun Park’s parking lot. The walk up the hill will leave you out of breath, but the downward ride is totally worth it and will leave you exhilarated! This is one sledding hill that is recommended for bigger kids. You can sled here until dark. Website.
Maumee Bay State Park: 1400 State Park Road, Oregon, OH 43616. Phone: (419) 836-7758. The 70-foot sledding hill at Maumee Bay State Park provides you with a stunning view of Lake Erie, and an exciting sledding experience for the whole family! Website
Northview High School: Sylvania 5403 Silica Drive. Phone: +1 419-824-8570. This hill is right next to the school, and due to the surprise bumps and man-made moguls, it is best to keep the sledding to daylight hours! Younger kids should be supervised at all times, as this hill is known to cause some wipe-outs! Website
Ottawa Park Sledding Hill: 2201 Kenwood Blvd. Phone: +1 419-245-2875. You can find this park located at Bancroft and Ottawa Parkway. The actual sledding hill is situated behind the Toledo Police Museum and you can sled around there during daylight hours. Head over to Ottawa Park for the lit open-air ice rink, where you can stay until 10pm. It costs just $4 for admission, and skate rental is just $2! Website.
Pearson Metropark: 761 S Lallendorf Rd, Oregon, OH 43616. Phone: +1 419-360-9178. A lighted area allows for nighttime sledding on the hill. The lake also provides a lit skating area, when the ice is safe enough to do so! Website
Conneaut Park: Bowling Green, OH 43402. Phone: 419-354-6223. Tucked into the site of the city's old reservoir system, this sledding hill is the ideal spot for winter fun for kids of all ages! Website
Wagener Sledding Hill at Side Cut Park: 1025 W River Rd, Maumee, OH 43537. Phone: +1 419-360-9187. This slope is very popular with the older kids, and can often times get quite busy! However, it is still ideal for a family day out in the snow! Access to the Wagener Sledding Hill is located at the Silver Lake area at Side Cut in Maumee. Want some after dark fun? The area is lit, so enjoy!! Website
Sylvania Prairie Park: 8601 Brint Road, Sylvania 43560. Phone: +1 419-882-8313. This park has three slopes! Free admission and you can sled to your heart's content from 7:30am until just before dark! Website
Glass City Metropark: 983 Front St, Toledo, OH 43605. Phone: 419-360-9178. Toledo's newest Metropark has a lit sledding hill! With views of the beautiful Maumee River and the amazing downtown Toledo skyline, this is definitely one hill you will be adding to your winter sledding traditions! There are three entrances: Front Street at E. Broadway (main entrance), Morrison Street and Main Street. Website
Navarre Park: 1001 White St., Toledo, OH 43605. Phone: +1 419-691-2254. Lots of fun to be had, for kids of all ages! Website
Homecoming Park: 715 Lawrence Ave., Wauseon 43567. Phone: +1 419-337-0900. Homecoming Park boasts one of the tallest sledding hills in the area! Lots of fun can be had here, and the park is located Lawrence Avenue & West Leggett Street! Website
Pine Glen Park: 3145-3195 Wynnewood Dr, Toledo, OH 43613. Phone: (419) 936-2875. Bring the kids and have fun! Website
Sledding Hills in Southwest Ohio - Ohio Sledding Hills
Embshoff Woods: 4050 Paul Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45238. Phone: +1 513-521-7275. Sledding is allowed everywhere except for golf courses, conservation areas and natural areas. There are restroom facilities available in the park. Website
Harbin Park: 1300 Hunter Road, Fairfield, OH 45014. Phone: +1 513-867-5348. The sledding hill at this park is HUGE!!! Fun for all ages, but watch out for reckless sledders! Website
Keehner Park: 7411 Barret Rd, West Chester Township, OH 45069. Phone: +1 513-759-7312. Website
Miami Whitewater Forest: 9001 Mt Hope Rd, Harrison, OH 45030. Phone: +1 513-367-4774. Near the harbor overlook. Website
Stanbery Park: 2221 Oxford Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230. Phone: +1 513-352-4080. One of the most popular sledding hills in town! Facebook
Winton Woods: 10245 Winton Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45231. Phone: +1 513-521-7275. Be on the lookout for Butterfly Bluff in Harper Meadows. Website
Woodland Mound: 8250 Old Kellogg Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45255. Phone: +1 513-521-7275. You can sled behind the Ranger Station! Website
Sledding Hills in Northeast Ohio - Ohio Sledding Hills
The Chalet in Mill Stream Run Reservation: 16200 Valley Parkway Strongsville, OH 44136. Phone: +1 216-635-3200. The twin, 700-foot refrigerated ice chutes. These chutes operate with or without snow through early March, weather permitting. Check the website for details. Website
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