30 Columbus Sledding Hills


I’m not sure about your kids, but we have been waiting for the snow! It’s time to pull out your snow pants and gloves 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!

Be sure to check Facebook pages or websites for the status of each hill based upon snowfall before you go!

Sledding Hills Around Columbus


Schneider Park: Western end of Astor

Jeffrey Park: 165 N. Parkview


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.

Olentangy River Parkland: Worthington: 600 W. Wilson Bridge Rd.

Park Boulevard Park: Worthington: 125 Park Blvd.


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

Delaware State Park: 5202 Us Route 23 North, Delaware


Ballantrae Park: Dublin: Start at the top with the bunnies and enjoy the ride! (Located at the splash pad if you are familiar with this area.)

Scioto ParkDublin: Opens 7:30 a.m. until dusk and is south of Leatherlips with heated restrooms. This hill is open weather permitting.


Gahanna Golf Course: 220 Ridenour Road


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.

New Albany

Rt. 62 and Greensward Lane: It’s a perfect sledding hill across from New Albany Country Club.


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.

Alum Creek Park: 221 W. Main Street: Medium hill with some small bumps. There is also a small slope down into the park that works well for younger kids!

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!

Hoover Dam Park: 7705 Cubbage Rd: This hill is on the east side of the dam. Sledding is not permitted at the Reservoir.

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.

Outside Ice Skating Areas

  • Blendon Woods Metro Park
  • Victory Park
  • Delaware State Park
  • Glen Oak Park
  • Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park
Get out there and have fun!  Let us know of any favorite sledding hills in your neighborhood or one we missed. Everyone can find a way to love winter!
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Maureen Ingham has enjoyed living in the great city of Columbus for nearly 13 years! Originally from Canton, Ohio, Maureen attended Ohio University and will always be a bobcat at heart! After completing her education degree in Athens, she made her way to The Ohio State University to obtain a Masters degree in Special Education. She fell in love with Columbus then and convinced her now husband to join her in this awesome city! She taught 5th grade for 6 years, before deciding to stay home to raise two beautiful girls. Their family has recently moved to Worthington with their two girls and are excited to plant their roots here! Their first daughter, Maeve is 6 and her sister, Reese will soon be 5 years old. They welcomed a son, Miles in March 2020. Maureen has been with The Columbus Moms Blog since the beginning and now enjoys working on editing and events for the blog. She also works as a Postpartum Doula with her sister at a company called Together Wee Grow. They provide night nursing services, as well as daytime support to local families and babies in Columbus. It is a wonderful job to work along her sister and help families with their precious little ones in a vulnerable time period. In between the night shifts, sweeping up crumbs, exploring Columbus, and getting kids to where they need to be, Maureen enjoys working out, trying new recipes and restaurants, traveling, spending time with family, being crafty and trying to help others whenever she can! Maureen has many Columbus favorites. Her go-to restaurant is Third and Hollywood, she enjoys a sweet treat at Sassafrass Bakery or Fox in the Snow, a slice of pizza at Dewey's Pizza and a warm cup of joe at Highline Coffee. A perfect Saturday involves an outdoor activity with her family and trying a new restaurant when they can! She is excited to be a part of an excellent team here at Columbus Moms blog and hopes to be able to inspire mothers that small acts of kindness go a long way in raising their kids and the city they live in!