CLEVELAND — Winter is officially upon us which can only mean on thing: snow.
Although most people hate snow, there is one good thing about it.
If you have kids or a child like spirit then you're going to want to know the best places to go sledding in the area.
In Cuyahoga County, everyone on social media couldn't stop talking about the Memphis sledding hill. Multiple people said they have been sledding there for years. The Memphis sledding hill is located at the intersection of Memphis Avenue and Tiedman Road in the Big Creek Reservation.
The Cleveland Metro Parks also has a great hill in Berea. The Barrett Sledding Hill is a bit steeper and would probably be better for older children. The hill is located on Valley Parkway, just north of Falls Lane.
Edgewater Park is not just a place you can go to swim, but also to sled. The huge hill leading down to the beach is great for sledding. Edgewater Park is located at Upper Edgewater Drive near Whiskey Island.
In Summit County, Munroe Falls in the Metro Parks has some pretty decent hills. Make sure when you go to stay near the lake because it is light. Munroe Falls is located at 521 South River Road.
Another great spot in Summit County is Goodyear Heights Metro Park. There is two sledding hills located inside of the park. Goodyear Heights is located at 2077 Newton Street in Akron.
If you don't mind spending some money, tubing at Brandywine may be for you. The tubing hill is open from Thursdays to Sundays and costs at least $25. The Polar Blast is located at 1146 West Highland Road in Sagamore Hills.
In Lorain County, the biggest sledding hill has to be at the Vermilion River Reservation. The Metro Parks even has a semi enclosed shelter nearby to warm up in. The Vermilion River Reservation is located at 51211 North Ridge Road.