Where to Go Sledding on Long Island
By Gordon Rago

Where to Go Sledding on Long Island

Parks & Recreation  

Looking for places to go sledding on Long Island? Here's a list of official locations that allow sledding, including parks and other hills in Commack, East Islip, East Meadow, Farmingdale, Farmingville, Hewlett, Sayville, and Seaford.

Nassau County

Bethpage State Park
Bethpage Parkway, Farmingdale

This hill is located on one of the park’s famously designed golf courses, which was home to a PGA Championship golf tournament. No blow-ups or tubes allowed.


Cedar Creek Park
Merrick Road, Seaford

Sledding hills are open in January and February, weather permitting.


Eisenhower State Park
1899 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow

The appropriately named "Sled Hill" has a gentle grade and is very long and wide, making it great for kids of all ages.

Grant Park
Broadway and Sheridan Avenue, Hewlett

The sledding hill here is open throughout the winter, weather permitting.


Suffolk County

Bald Hill
Near Ocean Avenue, Farmingville

Bald Hill, formerly a small skiing area, is one of the highest points on Long Island, behind Jayne's Hill in Huntington and nearby Telescope Hill.


Heckscher State Park
Heckscher Parkway, Field 1, East Islip


Hoyt Farm Town Park
200 New Highway, Commack

Islip Grange Park
10 Broadway Ave., Sayville

This favorite sledding spot features a gentle hill that’s great for all ages and abilities, whether your kid's a speedster or just starting out.

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