Grab your sled and run for the hills! We’ve put together a list of the best sled riding hills in Cincinnati.

And we should remind you that sledding can be dangerous and that you should “sled at your own risk”.

sledding at Devou Park in Kentucky
Sledding at Devou Park, pic courtesy of The Little Things


Embshoff Woods*
(per their own page: The 9-hole disc golf course becomes a fun sledding hill in the winter.”); 4050 Paul Road (near Delhi)

Winton Woods* (look for Butterfly Bluff in Harper Meadows); 10245 Winton Road, Springfield Township

Woodland Mound* (sled behind the Ranger Station); 8250 Old Kellogg, Anderson Township

Sharon Woods* (sledding near Sharon Centre); 11450 Lebanon Road, near Sharonville

Miami Whitewater Forest* (near the harbor overlook); 9001 Mt. Hope Road in Crosby Twp.

Harbin Park is a great place with a loooonnnggggg hill. See pictures of the hill in our post on Harbin Park here.  1300 Hunter Road, Fairfield

Stanbery Park continues to be one of the most popular sledding hills in town. 2221 Oxford Avenue, Mt. Washington

Mt. Storm Park  is located at 700 Lafayette Avenue, Clifton

Voice of America Park, VOA Park Drive in West Chester (click here for info on parking fee)

Devou Park  is located in Covington, Ky.

Rossford Park is located at 219 Rossford Ave. in Ft. Thomas, Ky.

Keehner Park is located at 7211 Barrett Road in West Chester

 

*Great Parks of Hamilton County do require a car permit to enter the park. 2016 price is $3 for the day or $10 for the year. Passes are sold at a booth as you enter the park.

Looking for more fun things to do in Cincinnati during the winter months? Check out “Free and Cheap Things to do in Cincinnati – Winter Edition”

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