Racine County offers some great sledding spots at our local parks during snowy months. Discover our gently rolling hills for young sledders and steeper hills for the big kids.



Colonel Heg Memorial Park

6300 Heg Park Rd., Norway

Devor Park

394 Amanda St., Burlington

Firemans Park

9630 Charles St., Sturtevant

Lockwood Park 

4300 Graceland Blvd., Racine

North Beach Park 

100 Kewaunee St., Racine

Reservoir Park

4400 Maryland Ave., Racine

Shoop Park

4510 Lighthouse Dr., Wind Point




Sledding Safety Tips

Use Safe Gear 

  • Pick a sled that has brakes and can be steered. 
  • Wear a helmet (whether winter or bike helmet) while sledding.
  • Wear a hat, gloves or mittens, snow pants, winter jacket, and snow boots. Make sure scarves are tucked into coats, so they don't get caught under the sled.

Be Safe While Sledding

  • Children age 5 and under should sled with an adult, and children under age 12 should be watched at all times.
  • Everyone should sit face-forward on their sleds with their feet downhill. 
  • Everyone should go down the hill one at a time and with only one person per sled (except for adults with young children).
  • Walk up the side of the hill and leave the middle open for other sledders.
  • Don't ever pull a sled with a moving vehicle (like a snowmobile or all-terrain vehicle).
  • It is best to sled during the day. For sledding at night, make sure the path is well lit.