Best Sledding Hills In Northern Colorado
Snow has finally made its way to Northern Colorado, and if you’re not planning on packing up the family and heading to the slopes, you can still enjoy the snow close to home! Northern Colorado has plenty of sledding hills that you and your family can enjoy this winter. Here are just a few of them.
City Park | Fort Collins
1500 W. Mulberry Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521
This hill is for our experienced sledders out there! Expect to catch some serious speed with plenty of stopping room. There are trees just past the bottom of the hill so you might want to consider having the kids wear helmets while sledding on this hill.
Kroh Park | Loveland
5200 N. Garfield Avenue, Loveland, CO 80538
The hill at Kroh Park in Loveland is one of the regions most popular sledding hills and is certainly a hot spot for Loveland residents. Get there early, because this place gets packed! The hill at Kroh Park is great for all experience levels, so take the whole family!
Nottingham Field | Greeley
17th Ave Reservoir Road, Greeley, CO 80639
Right on the west side of the University of Northern Colorado’s campus, next to Nottingham Field, is Greeley’s best and oldest sledding hill! The hill has an impressive view of UNC’s central campus and there is plenty of parking and room for sledders. Sledders of all ages love this hill!
Aggie Greens Disk Golf Course | Fort Collins
2449-2543 S. Overland Trail, Fort Collins, CO 80526
Often referred to as “the best sled hill on Fort Collins,” the hill at Aggie Greens Disk Golf Course is tall enough to get a thrill, but not tall enough to worry about the kids’ safety. People come to this hill from all over the region to feel the thrill of sledding on this hill!
Water Valley Senior Living Resort | Windsor
805 Compassion Drive, Windsor, CO 80550
The large hill behind the Water Valley Senior Living Resort in Windsor is a go-to location for the town residents. There are a few obstacles that can get in the way, so be sure that you are sledding in a clear area.
While sledding is a fun way to enjoy the winter weather and spend some time playing outside, we also want to remind you and your family to be safe while sledding. Here are some easy sledding rules to follow this winter:
- Avoid sledding in crowded areas as to not hurt yourself or anyone else
- Keep sledders away from motor vehicles
- Children must be supervised by an adult at all times
- Consider wearing helmets to avoid head injuries
- Dress in many layers so you stay warm
- Sled feet first to avoid injury and to maintain control of the sled
If your child happens to get injured, bring them to the Pediatric Urgent Care of Northern Colorado. Illness and injury don’t take a day off, so we are open 365 days a year!