The 15 Best Sledding Spots In Connecticut

The 15 Best Sledding Spots In Connecticut
19 comments, 01/03/2014, by , in LISTS, LOCAL

Everybody is just complaining about the snow today. Well, now we have snow good enough to go sledding on! So wipe your tears.  Or let the wind wipe them away for you as you’re zipping down a hill on your butt.

 

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Grab your blow up mattress and some nips and check out these sweet sledding spots collected from real life CT people.  Warning,  some of these places don’t exactly allow sledding and our real life CT sources are sledding outlaws and laugh in the face of “no trespassing” signs…so be careful!
 

1. Pine Rock Field,  Hamden

 

2. New Haven Country Club, Hamden

 

3. Beardsley Park, Bridgeport

 

4. Boothe Memorial Park, Stratford (my sources say to ignore the signs)

 

5. Grassy Hill County Club, Orange

 

6. Laurel View County Club, Hamden

 

7. Our Lady of Victory Church, West Haven

 

8. Town Center Park at Meadowbrook, Hamden

 

9. Oak Hills Golf Course, Norwalk

 

10. The Pit (Kennedy Field), East Haven

 

11. Barlow Field at Fairfield University

 

12. Sturges Park next to Ludlow Middle School, Fairfield

 

13. Bruce Park, Greenwich

 

14. Cummings Park,  Stamford

 

15. Page Park, Bristol

 
 

P.S. SOMEONE NEEDS TO BUY THIS BLOW UP SNOWMOBILE SLED FOR ME…

 

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19 comments

  1. TracyGray
    February 15th, 2014 14:06

    Sledding is not permitted at Our Lady of Victory church. They stopped it a few years back due to insurance reasons.

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  2. Rockitman
    January 9th, 2014 22:15

    Henry Park, Rockville is pretty awesome!

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  3. pammyc
    January 7th, 2014 10:02

    My dad? -Pam

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  4. pammyc
    January 7th, 2014 10:01

    So, where do you go then? Maybe there will be a v2 of this list. -pam

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  5. pammyc
    January 7th, 2014 10:00

    My dad? -Pam

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  6. Chris
    January 7th, 2014 0:07

    Ummmm… Wickham Park?!?!?

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  7. Niseryan
    January 6th, 2014 19:27

    Both Cummings Park in Stamford and Bruce Park in Greemwich are totally overrated. Dinky hills. Don’t go out of your way to visit them, they don’t belong on the list.

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  8. BarbaraBrinerJahnige
    January 6th, 2014 17:10

    Your dad says he knows of three of those!

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  9. SharonR69171334
    January 6th, 2014 14:12

    What about ‘suicide hill’ at the Norwich Golf Course?  It definitely beats Bruce Park & Cummnings Park.

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  10. Sarilep
    January 6th, 2014 10:36

    Page Park?? Nelson’s Field is waaaaayyy better!
    (Corner of Burlington Ave (aka Route 69) and Maple Ave)

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  11. pammyc
    January 6th, 2014 8:41

    Got it on video??! (pam)

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  12. pammyc
    January 6th, 2014 8:41

    I gotta check this place out. Yes, I’m more familiar with the souther western part of state….I guess I’ll venture out more to parts unknown!! (pam)

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  13. pammyc
    January 6th, 2014 8:40

    I think that was one of the places my source warned me about (pam)

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  14. Brian1970
    January 5th, 2014 18:55

    You might want to check with the church for number 7. In past years they put a fence in the middle of the hill so people can’t sled ride.

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  15. guest
    January 5th, 2014 17:32

    horsebarn hill on uconn storrs campus

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  16. guest
    January 5th, 2014 17:31

    Hosebarn Hill on Uconn Storrs Campus!

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  17. Justin
    January 5th, 2014 17:05

    This list is way heavy on South Western CT. Wickham Park in Manchester is good as well as Vernon Center Middle School.

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  18. RobTheFreshman
    January 5th, 2014 17:03

    I had one of those blow up “snow mobiles” those things went fast as hell got a minor concussion when I had one haha

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  19. lusa_helen
    January 4th, 2014 12:52

    STAR999radio Wickham Park Manchester

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