46 Best Sledding Hills in Kansas City (Full List)
The best sledding hills in Kansas City are those that we have fond memories at. But there are also other less-known sledding places around town.
So we compiled a complete list of all the sledding spots, so you can easily find sledding hills near me…
Check out the fun places to play in the snow!
The Best Sledding Hills in Kansas City
It’s time to play in the snow!
Sledding is one of the best things to do when it snows, so check out the best sledding hills all around town. They are grouped together by city, so it is easy to find fun sledding places without driving too far…
Mad Dog Hill (Richard Gebaur)
155th and Westover
This is one of the best sledding hills in Missouri. There is a large area to sled so children can safely play. It is located on the Calvary University campus.
Blue Springs, MO
Ward Park Sledding Hill
SW 22nd St. off 40 HWY
This is a smaller sledding area, so if you have smaller children, they can safely sled and play in the snow here.
Keystone Park Sledding Hill
2214 SW Keystone Drive
This is the largest sledding hill in Blue Springs, so come check it out with your family! It is very popular in the area.
William Landahl Park Reserve
2 miles east of Missouri Highway 7 on Truman Road
The sledding hill has some gravel, so consider this when choosing a sledding hill. It is a small hill, so if there are a lot of people there is can be crowded quickly. Sledding is located on the north side of the park.
6509 E 147th Street
This sledding hill is big enough for older children to have fun sledding and also has a playground for your little children to play on while older kids sled!
High Grove Elementary School
2500 High Grove Road
This sledding hill is behind the elementary school at 2500 High Grove Rd.
13610 Byars Road
Located in a large park, you can come sledding with your entire family. There is also a lake nearby if you want some scenic views.
Off 24 Highway
This sledding hill also offers a playground for small children to play if they aren’t old enough to go sledding.
Glendale Elementary School
2611 Lees Summit Road
This is a smaller sledding hill (less steep), so it is great for smaller children. Older kids will also think it is fun, because it is somewhat steep.
Blackburn Elementary School
17302 E R D Mize Road
This sledding hill is shaped like a bowl, with multiple hills to sled. You can also sled on a steeper hill that is nearby. Great for all ages – this is a great sledding hill for little kids.
William Chrisman High School
You can sled a block from the high school, so you may have to walk a tad, but it is definitely worth it! Most people park in nearby parking lots.
Wyandotte County Lake Park
91st & Leavenworth Rd
Come sledding with your kids at Lake Park. The hill is sometimes busy as it is well-known and large, but there is plenty of space for everyone to sled!
Pierson Park Sledding Hill
55th Street & Metropolitan Avenue
This sledding hill is located at 55th Street, in front of Pierson Elementary. It’s a long walk back to the top, but a safe sledding spot for younger kids.
2601 Park Drive – Next to I-70
This steep sledding hill is at the City Park next to I-70, near the animal shelter. There is a big area to park and multiple places to sled so your kiddos have options.
Brookside Park “Suicide Hill”
Brookside & 56th Street
The is one of the best sledding hills in Kansas City! Everyone has memories of this hill from your childhood, so bring your kiddos to have some fun too!
There are multiple sledding hills to choose from near the tennis courts, so all your children will be happy.
Wornall & 55th Street
There are multiple hills to sled on at Loose Park. If you have kids of all ages, there are great places for each of them to play – with different hill steepness.
Penn Valley Park
28th & Wyandotte
This sledding hill is in downtown KC. You can see it from the highway – a very steep hill, but super fun!
47th & State Line Road
This is a moderately steep sledding hill, but there are different areas where small children can sled safely.
White Oak Park
89th Street & Crescent
Small park with small sledding hill.
39th to Brush Creek
There is plenty of space to park and multiple sledding areas, so it isn’t crowded.
119th and Wornall
If you live near State Line Rd. , come sledding at Avila University! There are tons of pretty snow-covered trees and it’s a lesser-known sledding area.
Kansas City Museum Hill
Located on Gladstone Blvd.
Blue Valley Park
2301 Topping Ave
There is a small sledding hill, where kids can safely play in the snow. To sled with your kiddos, must park on street.
Swope Memorial Golf Course
Elmwood St & Gregory Blvd
You can also sled at Swope Park Frisbee Golf Course.
77th St & Prospect Ave
This sledding hill in Kansas City offers a good steepness for you to really get going!
E. 12th St. & Winchester
These sledding hills are great for kids to play on! There aren’t dangerous areas, so kids can safely sled here – steep enough for fun, but not too crazy.
Blue River Park Athletic Field
I-470 & Holmes
This sledding hill is medium steepness.
104th St. & 435
This is a lesser-know sledding hill, so if you’re looking for less crowded sledding hills, this is a good option for you! The hill is a good steepness, so it is safe, but there are some natural humps that cam send you into the air.
Leawood Pioneer Library
117th Street & Roe
This is the main Leawood Library at Town Center Plaza. You can sled around the back of the library!
133rd & Mission Rd
This park has small sledding hills for small children. It is located across from Price Chopper & the elementary school.
Leawood City Park
10601 Lee Blvd
Leawood City Park has sledding hills, as well as a playground and other areas to play in the snow.
Sar-Ko Park Sledding
Lackman & West 87th Street Parkway
You can sled near the tennis courts, with lots of parking available. Small children can also find smaller hills, but the main hill will definitely get some wind in your face.
Lees Summit, MO
Douglas Rd & Chipman
120 NE Chipman Road
On the other side of the street from Lea McKeighan Park you can sled with your kiddos! The slope is small, so little children can sled too.
Delta Woods Middle School
4401 NE Lakewood Way
This is the perfect mid-sized hill for families! If you live in the Lee’s Summit area, check it out.
William Jewell College
500 College Hill
This sledding hill is located on the college campus. You can park at the top of the hill so you don’t to walk up it every time, but there is also parking at the bottom. You can’t miss this hill!
Pleasant Valley Church
35 & 291 Hwy off the outer road
Liberty has a couple of great hills if you’re looking for a less busy sledding spot.
North Kansas City, MO
NE 32nd St & N Oak Trfwy
just north of Burlington in North Kansas City – multiple hills here!
119th & KC Road
This is a steep sledding hill in Olathe, so it may not be the best for little ones.
Hill Next to Lowe’s (137th and BlackBob)
13750 S Blackbob Rd
While this sledding hill is listed on the internet, the owner recently planted trees and metal poles to hold them up so if you are going to sled here, you need to be careful.
Overland Park, KS
Corporate Woods Sledding Hill
110th & Antioch
This is one of the best sledding hills in Overland Park. There is tons of parking, multiple sledding hills and it’s steep!
Since it is such a well-known hill, it can be crowded, so you check out the hill behind the apartment complexes too.
Jewish Community Center
115th & Nall Ave
Another one of the best sledding places is JCC. This sledding hill is located across from Town Center, with multiple places to sled in the area. You can also sled nearby at the Leawood Library.
159th & Antioch
This sledding hill is located near Stillwater, so if you’re in South OP this is perfect. It is a moderately steep hill, but there is a lot of room to slow down. It is definitely a safe area for kids to sled!
8700 NW River Park Drive
This sledding hill is at Park University in Parkville. There are different areas to sled, with fun hills (that are pretty steep)
47th & Woodland
This sledding hill is located at a park with walking trails and a playground, so there is something for everyone.
Shawnee Mission Park
79th & Renner Road
Offers numerous sledding options, though some hills are off limits. The back side of the dam is reported to be the best sledding spot for all ages and levels of adventure.
Tubing at Snow Creek is always a fun option!
1 Snow Creek Dr, Weston, MO
One of the best sledding places is Snow Creek! It’s so much more than a sledding hill…
You really feel like you’re in the mountains of Colorado while you’re playing in the snow! You can ski, snowboard or sled. There’s even a ski lift that will take you to the top of the mountain!
No matter where you choose to play on snow days, your family is sure to have fun sledding in Kansas City! If you know of other sledding hills for kids around town, drop them in the comments.
Be safe while you’re sledding!
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