Winter’s here — and I think we can all agree that sledding is one of the season’s greatest pleasures! Cincinnati is called the “City of 7 Hills,” and indeed, there are many great sled riding spots in town!
We asked around, and here are the best places to go sledding in Cincinnati. Save this list for a
rainy snowy day!
When you see snow, check the Nature Center’s Facebook page or call the front desk to find out if there will be snowy fun in the Nature PlayScape. Contact [email protected] to be added to our Nature PlayScape email list. Free; nonmembers pay daily admission.
Tip: Visit the Behringer-Crawford Museum while you’re at this Covington park!
This Fairfield park is a sledding favorite and features a crazy long hill!
Sledding near picnic area.
Sledding near the overlook off Harbor Woods Drive. **Requires a Great Parks Vehicle Permit
Montgomery Park is a favorite destination for kids, walkers, knothole baseball, basketball and picnicking, not to mention sledding in the winter time. The walking trail in the park is .36 mile long. This park also features a handicapped accessible playground for kids ages 2-12.
This Cincinnati Park is known for its awesome sledding hill in the winter.
Another N. KY pick.
Sledding at the Cardinal Crest Meadow Shelter. **Requires a Great Parks Vehicle Permit
This sledding hill (located near the Nature PlayScape) is epic!
This Mt. Washington park holds a long-standing title as one of the most popular sledding hills in town.
VOA Park Drive in West Chester is a great choice for Northern Cincinnatians — click here for info on the parking fee.
Look for the Butterfly Bluff Shelter. **Requires a Great Parks Vehicle Permit