We’ve got our first possible winter snowstorm coming to Circle City and that can mean only one thing – it’s sledding time! We have rounded up some of our favorite places to sled around the city. So bundle up the family, grab those sleds and head out to one of these hills to make memories your kids will never forget. Let’s go sledding in Indianapolis and around town!
Flat Fork Creek Park – Fortville
Flat Fork Creek Park is the highest point in Hamilton County and a favorite in the Fishers area! The 60-foot sledding hill is sure to keep your kids laughing each and every time.
Cool Creek Park – Carmel
Nestled between Carmel and Westfield, Cool Creek Park is a great place for some sledding fun. Plus the Nature Center is the perfect place to warm up afterward!
Sarah T. Bolton Park – Beech Grove
Sarah T. Bolton Park is the perfect sledding hill in a family-friendly area in Beech Grove.
Koteewi Run Seasonal Slopes
Located in Noblesville, Koteewi Run is a part of Strawtown Koteewi Park. This huge complex includes Koteewi Run – a 700 foot snow tubing hill. So fun! Check out their website for sessions and how to get passes.
Fort Harrison State Park – Indianapolis
The huge hill in Fort Harrison State Park has been a local favorite for years! Grab those sleds and join the fun! This is one of our favorite places for sledding in Indianapolis!
Garfield Regional Park – Indianapolis
This may be the oldest park in the city, but Indy Moms contributors promise it’s a fun place for sledding!
Southeastway Park – New Palestine
This popular Indy Parks and Recreation park, Southeastway Park, has a sledding hill that won’t disappoint!
Washington Township Park – Avon
Looking for a place to sled on the west side? Washington Township Park in Avon has a hill that is perfect for a family sledding adventure.
Simon Moon Park – Westfield
The hill at Simon Moon Park is a fast one and perfect for a day of sledding with the family!
Freedom Park – Greenwood
The sledding headquarters of Greenwood can be found at the huge hill in Freedom Park! Enjoy hours of fun on this hill and sled until your heart’s content.
Heritage Park – Fishers
While this may not be the biggest hill, Heritage Park is perfect for newbie sledders or those who just want to take it a little bit slower.
Share with us! Where is your favorite place to sled around Indianapolis?