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Sledding Places in KC

Well, we’re a little short on snow right now, but here’s a list to prepare you for the next round. Until then, stay warm, and leave a comment to tell us about any other favorite sledding spots!

  • “Suicide Hill” (KCMO) – 56th and Brookside, Brookside Park

  • Gillham Park (Kansas City, MO)

  • Avila University (KCMO) – 119th and Wornall

  • Water Works Park (Northland) – North Oak, just north of Burlington in North Kansas City – multiple hills here!

  • William Jewell College (Liberty, MO)

  • William Landahl Park Reserve (north side of park) (Blue Springs, MO)

  • Ward Park (Blue Springs, MO) – SW 22nd St. off of 40 Highway

  • High Grove Elementary School (Grandview, MO)

  • Belvidere Park (Grandview, MO) – 6509 E. 147th

  • Meadowmere Park (Grandview, MO) – 13610 Byars

  • “Mad Dog Hill” (Belton, MO) – 155th & Westover

  • Glendale Elementary School, Lee’s Summit Road (Independence) – a good slope for smaller kids

  • McCoy Park (Independence) – 24 Highway

  • Hill across from Lea McKeighan Park (Lee’s Summit, MO) – 120 NE Chipman

  • 119th & Kansas City Road (Olathe, KS)

  • 137th and BlackBob (Olathe, KS) – just south of Lowe’s

  • I-435 between Antioch and Metcalf (Overland Park, KS) by Cleveland Chiropractic College (formerly the Farmer’s Insurance building) – get there via College Blvd.

  • Grace Church (Overland Park, KS) – 159th & Antioch

  • Wyandotte County Lake Park (Kansas City, KS)

  • Stump Park (Shawnee, KS) – 47th & Woodland

  • “the hill behind the Leawood Pioneer Library at 119th and Roe.  Frowned upon… but hilarious fun!”

  • Pleasant Valley Church in Liberty has a couple of great hills. They are located at 35 & 291 hwy off the outer road.

  • Shawnee Mission Park – 79th & Renner Road – offers numerous sledding options, though some hills are off limits. The back side of the dam is reported to be the best sledding spot for all ages and levels of adventure.

NOTE: Not all of these locations – though popular – are public property. It is always a good idea to seek permission before sledding on private property. Be careful and watch out for your kids! Sledding is super fun but can certainly be a bit dangerous.

Remember: leave a comment and share your favorite sledding hills!

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