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County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: 35 degrees Length: 600-700 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-20-2004
Updated By: Steve King, 1-24-2011
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Cherokee Park. Look for signs.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.



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County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: 40 degrees Length: 100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-20-2004
Updated By: Steve King, 1-24-2011
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Cherokee Golf Course. Not staffed. Look for sign stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!




County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Crescent Hill Golf Course. Not staffed. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

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County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: None
Slope: 40 degrees Length: 600-700 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (See Comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Jordan Smith, 12-1-2011
Directions: The power line clearing on St. Andrews Church Rd. between Arnoldtown Rd. and St. Anthonys Rd.

Comments: Obstacles include the power towers. But they are easier to avoid than trees. Parking at the nearby pub. A good walk though to the hill.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!




County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at George Rogers Clark Park. Not staffed. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

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County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Joe Creason Park. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

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County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Iroquois Golf Course. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

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County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at McNeely Park. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen.Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

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County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Riverview Park. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

This hill has missing data (unknowns). Click here to submit an update today!




County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Tyler Park. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen.Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

This hill has missing data (unknowns). Click here to submit an update today!




County: Jefferson City: Louisville Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Unknown Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-20-2004
Directions: Designated sled riding hill at Charlie Vettiner Park. Not staffed. Look for designated hill stating open.

Comments: Sledding hills will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. as long as there is adequate snow to protect slopes. Metro Parks has developed a sledding policy that is activated when at least 2 inches of snow has fallen. Metro Parks staff members will visit designated sledding hills and post an ''open'' or ''closed'' sign depending on the amount of snow. A designated sledding hill will remain open as long as there is an adequate amount of snow. The parks staff has selected hills that they judge to be the best and safest for sledding. Metro Parks will have staff members available with first-aid kits when sledding is allowed. They will call emergency services if anyone is injured and needs medical attention. In extremely cold conditions, parks staff will light and maintain bonfires.

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!

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County: Warren City: Bowling Green Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~ 25 degrees Length: ~ 200-300 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: No
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Bill, 2-26-2005
Directions: This hill is known as Hospital Hill, because of the old Hospital. It is also known as Water tower hill. The RED, WHITE, & BLUE American Flag painted water tower can be seen from most locations in Bowling Green. It would not be hard to find.

Comments: Hospital hill has been a favorite of the Bowling Green area since the late 1800's

Disclaimer: The webmaster of SledRiding.com is in no way responsible for trespassing (due to false information) and/or injury or death of any person or persons on any hills listed on this website. Go sledding at your own risk. With that said, check out the snow sleds here!




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