Those winter snowflakes are falling and that can only mean that winter snow might actually happen this year — which means sledding will happen in Indianapolis! Here’s our list of the best snow sledding hills in Indianapolis.
You will have to bring all of your own equipment when you visit these locations (unless noted otherwise) and for the love of Frosty, please don’t forget your warm clothes (waterproof clothing is best) and GLOVES!!!!! Seriously! Keep in mind that you will typically need sunblock and chap stick even when it’s not warm out or the sun seems to be hiding.
Sledding is only allowed during daylight hours at the following locations. Please practice safe sledding. See the interactive map below.
Sledding Hills Near Me
Snow Sledding in Hamilton County
Simon Moon Park in Westfield
2710 E 171st St, Westfield
Slide down “the hill” on the east side or the south side.
Heritage Park in Fishers
10595 Eller Rd, Fishers
Flat Fork Creek Park in Fishers
16141 East 101 St., Fishers
50 foot sledding hill, ADA compliant, sledding hill.
West Park in Carmel
2700 W 116th St, Carmel
Northview Church Sledding Hill in Carmel
12900 Hazel Dell Pkwy, Carmel
Large hill at Northview Church. Bring your own sled!
11800 Koteewi Dr, Noblesville
Machine-made snow keeps this hill open even when other options are done for the season. You’ll pay to use this snow tubing hill but innertubes are provided and a tow line will take you and your snow tube back up the hill. Nighttime and daytime hours make the Koteewi slope a viable option for many families.
701 Cicero Road, Noblesville
Tubing hill near the lodge.
Snow Sledding Hills on the East Side of Indianapolis
Paul Ruster Park in Indy
11300 E. Prospect St., Indianapolis
The Paul Ruster Park sledding hill is near the parking lot. It’s a great option for many ages since its incline is just right to pick up a little speed without losing control. Without trees and obstacles, it’s okay to embrace that speed!
Southeastway Park in New Pal
5624 S Carroll Rd, New Palestine
Fort Harrison State Park in Indy
6000 N. Post Road, Indianapolis
Fort Ben has the largest sledding hill in Indy. This popular place to go sledding is beloved by many families.
$5 per vehicle.
Christ Presbyterian Church Sledding Hill
7879 Carroll Road, McCordsville
This church has a sledding hill that’s popular in the community.
Lawrence Soccer Complex
5301 North Franklin Road, Lawrence
1002 East 2nd Street, Greenfield
A few different sizes of hills to choose from.
Memorial Park in Fortville
400 W Church St, Fortville
There’s a sledding hill behind the skate park on the east side of the park. This hill is popular for families with younger kiddos who might not be ready to brave the hills at Flat Fork Creek Park.
Snow Sledding on the West Side of Indianapolis
Washington Township Park in Avon
115 S. County Rd 575, Avon
Best spot is near the large shelter.
Hummel Park in Plainfield
1500 S. Center St., Plainfield
The Hummel Park sledding hill can be found near the parking lot.
Sledding Hills inside the Indianapolis Loop
Brookside Park Indianapolis
3500 Brookside Pkwy S. Drive, Indianapolis
Park at the top of the hill and slide down! Sledding at Brookside Park gives you lots of space to spread out and avoid others. Clear of trees and bushes.
4200 English Ave., Indianapolis
There’s a fun sledding hill available behind the swimming pool. Varying levels of slope angles give a great experience sledding for many ages.
Ellenberger Park Indy
5301 East St Clair Street, Indianapolis
This Indy Park sledding hill is a lot of fun for everyone. Sledding hills of different sizes allow for younger ones to enjoy a less fierce sled ride and older kids can select a bigger slope to go down.
Garfield Park Indianapolis
2450 S. Shelby St, Indianapolis
Find the perfect sledding hill right off of Garfield Drive. There are two hills near the Garfield Arts Center.
6363 Spring Mill Road, Indianapolis
This hidden gem of a sledding hill is a favorite for families with little ones. While it’s not an official Indy Parks sledding site and we’ve been sworn to secrecy when it comes to location, if you park near the Habitat Hall Nature Center, you’ll find it pretty quickly.
Rhodius Park Indy
1001 S. Belmont St., Indianapolis
The southwest corner of Rhodius Park has a sledding hill.
Park Tudor Indianapolis
7200 N. College Ave, Indianapolis
The sledding hills at Park Tudor are fun for many ages and thrill levels. Park in the lot near the football stadium and use the shorter hill near the stadium or the bigger hills behind the buildings.
Sledding on the South Side of Indianapolis
Freedom Park Greenwood
850 Stop 18 Rd, Greenwood
Large sledding hill that’s perfect for many ages. It’s not too steep but provides a good ride. When they’re cleared, the steps to the top of the hill make it easier to get back up with your sled.
See more info and photos here for the Freedom Park sledding hill.
Glenn’s Valley Park Indianapolis
8015 Bluff Road, Indianapolis
Very few parking spots available during busy times.
Jimmy Nash City Park Martinsville
360 N. Home Avenue, Martinsville
Very steep, 400 foot long sledding hill! When Martinsville schools are out for snow, Martinsville Parks & Recreation provides hot cocoa and a fire in the Family Pavilion!
Providence Park Franklin
396 Branigin Blvd, Franklin
Many daring areas throughout the park.