Head For The Hills

Here's where you'll find some of our favorite Jersey sledding hills. Grab your sled and hit the hills.

Sledders, from left: Maiken Gehsmann, Brenna Reilly, Tara O'Neill, Louise Gehsmann and Tessa Reilly, all of Morristown, enjoy a snowy slope at Villa Walsh Academy in Morristown.
AP Photo/Daily Record.

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,
Matawan; 732-566-2161

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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