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Our top spots for neighborhood sledding hills in Columbus

Our top spots for neighborhood sledding hills in Columbus

Jack McLaughlin

While driving conditions still aren’t the greatest, having a whole lot of snow the week after Chrisstmas is a pretty nice plus. We’ve compiled a list of local sledding spots for those in the Columbus area to enjoy, with a focus on neighborhood parks to reduce the amount of time you’ll need to spend on the road to get to them.

Scioto Park (Dublin)

Under the watchful eye of Chief Leatherlips, sledders can opt for both steeper and more gentle hills to make sure things stay fun for all ages.

Goodale Park (Victorian Village)

The Victorian Village neighborhood might not be the first spot residents think of when sledding comes to mind, but this hill is a Columbus classic.

Kenney Park (Clintonville)

A small, forested alcove in urban Clintonville, Kenney Park, located behind Graceland Shopping center, is a great spot for sledding as well.


Jeffrey Park (Bexley)

For east siders, Bexley’s Jeffrey Mansion and Jeffrey Park are go-to spots for all things outdoors. And sledding is one of them, with the Park’s sledding hill located near the Jeffery Park Nature Trail.

Schiller Park (German Village)

This iconic German Village park isn’t just a historical landmark, it’s also a great place to jump on a sled, and an easy walk for most in German Village.

Fryer Park (Grove City)

A playground, a rotary lake, eight softball diamonds and, of course, sledding hills, are offered at Grove City’s go-to municipal park.

Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park (Hilliard)

Billed as “Hilliard’s premier park” by the City, this 130-acre spot features a ton to do, and sledding is most definitely on the list.

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