The schools are closed which means you're home from work. The kids are begging to play in the snow.  What will make them happy (and tire them out)? SLEDDING!! You just have to find the snow. We have tracked down five sledding hills sure to make everyone in the family happy. You should make sure to dress warmly and bring an extra change of clothes and check the conditions before heading out!

1. Odorisio Park (418 Fairview Road, Wayne)

This public park includes a choice of three large hills. If you seem to not be able to find it, just spot the baseball field and you’re all set.

2. Valley Forge National Historical Park (1400 N. Outer Line Drive, King of Prussia)

King of Prussia’s park includes a wide variety of hills, making this a perfect place for kids and families of all ages. For the extremist, there are hills just for you to speed down. For the tots, Valley Forge park will be a great option, too!

3. The Willows Park (490 Darby Paoli Drive, Villanova)

HUGE, very wide hill with jumps built in. This hill is not for toddlers! Your daredevil kids will love it.

4. St. Joseph's University (5600 City Ave, Philadelphia)

There's a reason why it's called Hawk HILL! Great sledding on a variety of size hills.

5. Bryn Mawr College (816 New Gulph Rd, Bryn Mawr) 

This hill is very wide and will fit a ton of kids (and adults) on a snowy day. It's a steep long hill that has some jumps built in.


Dreaming of Summer already? Here are 61 homes on the Main Line available right now with fantastic inground pools!