Here's where you'll find some of our favorite Jersey sledding hills. Grab your sled and hit the hills.
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Along with building a snowman, sledding remains the most basic—and perhaps most beloved—of winter activities. Whether you opt for a traditional Flexible Flyer or a more contemporary plastic disc, sledding brings out the kid in all of us. Here’s where you’ll find some of our favorite Jersey sledding hills:
❄ Allamuchy Mountain State Park
800 Willow Grove Street, Hackettstown; 908-852-3790
❄ Atkins Glen Park
Freemont Avenue, Park Ridge
❄ Cheesequake State Park
300 Gordon Road,
❄ Chubb Park
Route 24, Chester; 908-879-5100
❄ Duke Island Park
Old York Road, Bridgewater
❄ Echo Lake Park
1165 Globe Avenue, Mountainside;
❄ Floods Hill
Meadowbrook Lane, South Orange
❄ Fort Mott State Park
454 Fort Mott Road, Pennsville
❄ Holmdel Park
44 Longstreet Road, Holmdel
❄ Hopatcong State Park
Lakeside Boulevard, Landing
❄ Lewis Morris County Park
270 Mendham Road, Morristown
❄ Monmouth Battlefield State Park
16 Business Route 33, Manalapan
❄ Ringwood State Park
1304 Sloatsburg Road, Ringwood;
❄ Round Valley Recreation Area
Route 22 E, Annandale
❄ Voorhees State Park
251 County Road, Glen Gardner
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