33.1 F
St. Louis

Downtown

two girls sledding down a hill

Art Hill

Fine Arts Hill Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110

*Family-friendly. This hill is the most well-known sledding hill in St. Louis!

Hay bales at the bottom of the hill keep sledders away from the lake.

 

Compton Hill Reservoir Park

1700 South Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63104

Metro East

Glidden Park

1293 Branch Street, Collinsville, IL

*Must have at least 2 inches of snow for the hill to be open for sledding.

Only plastic or inflatable sleds allowed.

 

Haskell Park

1211 Henry Street, Alton, IL

*Steeper hill, good for older kids

 

Pleasant Ridge Park

401 Pleasant Ridge Road, Fairview Heights, IL

*Big, open hill with lots of room.

The walk to the top can be tiring!

Great for all ages.

 

a boy on top of a hill on a sled with snow falling

Mid-County

Ackfield Park

4450 Shrewsbury Avenue, Shrewsbury, MO 63119

*Great hill for all ages!

 

Blackburn Park

421 Edgar Road, Webster Groves, MO 63119

 

Deer Creek Park

3200 North Laclede Station Road, St. Louis, MO 63143

*CAUTION – While this hill looks short, it’s quite steep.

It has earned the nickname, “Suicide Hill” due to the number of broken bones

kids have gotten while sledding.

 

Dreher Park

Warson Woods Drive and Ridgeline Dr. 63122

*Great hill for all ages!

 

a young girl in a light blue jacket and pink snow pants walking in the snow with her red plastic sled

 

Endicott Park

2950 Endicott Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63114

 

Lockwood Park

5 Newport Place, Webster Groves, MO 63119

 

Pattonville Heights Middle School

195 Fee Fee Road, Maryland Heights, MO 63043 

*There are two hills behind Pattonville Middle School.

Medium sized slopes, great for all ages!

 

Shaw Park

27 South Brentwood Boulevard, Clayton, MO 63105

* Sledding hill at the corner of Brentwood and Forsyth

North County

Killer Hill

Across from Florissant Civic Center

1 James J. Eagan Drive, Florissant, MO 63033

*The hill itself isn’t steep and dangerous,

just steer clear of the telephone pole on the right side of the hill.

 

Sioux Passage Park

17930 Old Jamestown Road, St. Louis, MO 63034

*A great long, steep hill that is rarely crowded.

 

Superior Park

635 Robert Avenue, Ferguson, MO 63135

*Sledding hill is to the right of the pavilion.

a sign with an arrow that says “sledding” on a snowy hill near the woods

South County

St. Charles County

Bum’s Hill at Blanchette Park

1900 West Randolph Street, St. Charles, MO 63301

*This park has hills of various sizes, making it a great sledding spot for all ages!

 

McNair Hill

McNair Park, 3100 Droste Road, St. Charles, MO 63301

 

Civic Park

308 Civic Park Drive, O’Fallon, MO 63366

This park has a designated sledding hill.

 

close up of a man and a woman sledding down a hill on a wooden sled

West County

Bluebird Park

225 Kiefer Creek Road, Ellisville, MO 63011

 

Crestview Middle School  / Rockwood Early Childhood Center

16025 Clayton Road, Ballwin, MO 63011

*Sledding hill sits behind the Early Childhood Center

between Crestview’s soccer and football fields.

Some parts are good for all ages,

and some parts of the hill have drop offs

that make it more suitable for older kids.

 

Faust Park

15185 Olive Boulevard, Chesterfield, MO  63017

 

Hidden Valley Ski Resort

17409 Hidden Valley Drive, Eureka, MO 63025

*Hidden Valley has a great tubing hill

(along with skiing and snowboarding)

however there is a fee.

 

Queeny Park

550 Weidman Road, Ballwin, MO

*Sledding hill is located behind the

Greensfelder Recreation Complex

 

Selvidge Middle School

235 New Ballwin Road, Ballwin, MO 63021

*Sledding hill between football field and soccer fields.

Good for all ages.

 

Vlasis Park

300 Park Drive, Ballwin, MO 63011

*Sledding hill is near the police station.

a girl tipping sideways off of her sled in the snow