20 Columbus Sledding Hills

Well, what a winter we have had already! If you are tired of staying indoors and looking at the snow, pull out your sleds and have a blast on the sledding hills around the city! Go prepared with the proper gear and clothing. Stay safe!  

Whether young or old, this is a wonderful way to connect as a family. Grab your tube or flexible flyer and bring on the hot chocolate…mmm!

Sledding Hills Around Columbus


Antrim Park: Clintonville/ Worthington: Great sledding hill for smaller children with an easy to climb hill. 

Clinton Como Park: Clintonville at the end of Weber Road: Longer sledding hill that will keep your kiddos entertained! 

Whetstone Park of RosesClintonville: Two sledding hills, nearby parking and restrooms.

Huntley Bowl ParkWorthington: One side of the bowl is designated as a sledding hill.  

Kenney Park: Clintonville: This park is behind Kroger in the Graceland parking lot. Formally known as Delawanda Park. 


Gallant Woods Park: Delaware: Hill is located close to the park entrance. 


Ballantrae Park: Dublin: Start at the top with the bunnies and enjoy the ride! 

Scioto ParkDublin: Opens 7:30 a.m. until dusk and is south of Leatherlips with heated restrooms.


Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park: Galloway: This is a very steep and popular hill! Restrooms on site.

German Village

Schiller Park: German Village: Good sledding hill, not too steep for smaller kids too. 

Grandview Heights 

Wyman Woods Park: Grandview: A popular spot with a moderate hill.

Grove City 

Fryer ParkGrove City: Great sledding hill with parking and restrooms.


Walnut Woods Metro Park: Groveport: A small hill near the Buckeye Area.It is the right slope for your little ones! 


Roger A. Reynolds Municipal ParkHilliard: Sledding hill at Hilliard’s largest park. 

Lewis Center

Highbanks Metro Park: Lewis Center: Two hills (one gentle, one steep) at the far end of the driving loop at the Big Meadows parking lot.

Glen Oak ParkLewis Center: Man-made hill at the end of southern parking lot.




Sycamore Creek Park: Pickerington: Two hills to enjoy at this park!


Blacklick Metro Park: Reynoldsburg: Moderately sized hill on the golf course. 

Victorian Village 

Goodale Park: Victorian Village: Short steep hills and you can park at meters. 


Sharon Woods: Westerville: Has a long run for sledders and small bunny hill for little kids. Restrooms and good parking available.

Sledding Hills {A Little Further Distance}

Avalanche Tubing Park at Mad River Mountain: Visit Ohio’s largest tubing park for a fun-filled time. The cost is $25 for 3 hours. They are closed most Mondays-Wednesdays but be sure to check their website for the most up to date information.

Snow Trails: The moving conveyor belt means you don’t need to lug your tube pack up the hill. Tubes come in kiddie or adult sizes. Two-hour tickets are $25 and kids 5 and under save $10.  Typically open from December through Mid-March with Thursday-Sunday hours. Check their website to view the calendar with the specific dates and details.

Get out there and have fun!  Let us know if you have a favorite in your neighborhood or one we missed. 

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