Sledding on Long Island

 Welcome Sledders!With only a few days each year to have fun sledding in the snow on Long Island, below is a list of some of the places where you may be able to climb to the top of a hill and sled downhill. This list is brought to you by LARRY AND SHEILA Realtors.  Some of these hills you can climb in any direction, and some have gentle downgrades.  Please call ahead to confirm information and weather conditions for sledding. 
Bethpage State Park
Bethpage Parkway
Farmingdale, NY 11735
Cedar Creek Park
Merrick Road
Seaford, NY 11783

Christopher Morley Park
Searingtown Road
Roslyn, NY 11576
Grant Park
Broadway and Sheridan Ave.
Hewlett, NY 11557

Eisenhower State Park
Hempstead Tpke.
East Meadow, NY 11554

Please note these locations have been recommended by visitors.
They may be unsupervised areas, and specific towns may have their
own rules and regulations as far as public use.
The Grange
Broadway Ave.
Sayville, NY 11782

Bald Hill
Off Ocean Ave.
Farmingville, NY 11738

Dead Man’s Hill
Southbound Corona Ave between the entrance/exits
of the Westbound Southern State Parkway.
Parking is around the corner.
North Valley Stream

The Pits
Malverne High School field on the corner
of Lakeview and Ocean Ave

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And below is other information about places of interest for sledding on Long Island


Short and steep, this Bellmore town is a round hill, which means everyone climbs to the top and can sled downhill in any direction.

Basically, imagine sleigh-riding down a giant gumdrop. The summit is close to two stories high and the ride to flat ground is about 50 feet long.


If you have young children and want a family atmosphere for your fun in the snow, this is where to go. Sled Hill at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow is wide and long with a gentle downgrade.


Bethpage State Park opens both the Red and Green courses for public sledding when weather permits. If you’ve ever played or driven past any golf course, you already know the advantages of sleigh-riding on such terrain.


This hill begins right behind the Old First Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Huntington and leads you right into Heckscher Park. It’s relatively small in terms of width, but the length and the decline will satisfy riders. There are four trees placed sporadically near the top of the hill that create natural lanes for older riders and alternate starting points for younger, less experienced sledders.

Four miles south, Koster Park in Huntington Station is pretty good for the little kids, too.

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We are not affiliated with any of the above, but are your local Licensed Independent Realtors helping Long Island with their Real Estate goals.

So go and Enjoy!

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