With snow in the forecast, you may get the chance to put your sled to use this winter. We have put together a list of the various places to sled around the St. Cloud and surrounding area. Check out our list below.

  • Hester Park

    1020 6th Avenue N

    St. Cloud, MN 56301

    Hester park has two steep hills good for both sledding and snowboarding. If you don't like walking back up the hill, there are stairs that will take you at least halfway to the top. The area is clear of trees along the sledding path. There is no remote access to restrooms. Parking is free, but limited. There are additional places to park along the roadside.

    uriel 1998, flickr
  • Northside Park

    12th Street North

    Sartell, MN 56377

    Northside Park is good for both young children and adults. There are a few small hills for first time sledders, as well as bigger hills for more experienced people.

    gr8dnes, flickr
  • Calvary Park

    1800 17th Ave S.

    St. Cloud, MN 56301

    Calvary Park has medium sized hills that are great for both first time sledders and younger kids. You don't need to worry about trees along the sledding path. There is no remote access to restroom facilities.

    numberstumper, flickr
  • Wilson Park

    625 Riverside Dr NE

    St. Cloud, MN 56304

    If you're looking for some steeper hills Wilson Park is the place for you. You may have to watch out for a few trees along the way down the hill. There is no remote access to restroom facilities. Parking is free along the roadside.

    Pierce Martin, flickr
  • Riverside Park

    1800 Kilian Blvd

    St. Cloud, MN 56301

    Riverside Park is great for both sledding and snowboarding. The hills are steep, with longer slopes than other places in the area. Parking is free and plentiful. The park does have a warming house which is available for rent. You must call head of time to reserve it.

    terren in virginia, flickr