Sledding Hills in Binghamton
I’m a firm believer that a person should never stop having fun regardless of their age. And fun for me is snow tubing. I got a snow tube for Christmas not too long ago and love to give it a good workout whenever I can.
I’m new to the area and looking for good places to go sledding. So far I’ve only found the two places below, but would love to know where else I can go, so if you don’t mind leaving a comment below, that would be awesome!
Chenango Valley State Park– there’s a sledding hill in Chenango Valley State Park. Bear left when entering park. Slope on left, parking after slope and look for the signs. Admission is free during winter.
Endwell– a sledding hill is located at Maine-Endwell High School at 750 Farm-to-Market Road in Endwell. The school parking lot is located at the top of the hill.
Here are some of the other places you’ve recommended through the Hawk Morning Show Facebook page:
Lori Zurbruegg– Good morning-there is a park in Johnson City, at the end of Harry L Drive. It’s called Virginia Ave Park. My kids really enjoyed that one.
Jaime Murphy-Maine Endwell high school is where we went as kids
Annie Liberati- On the South Side behind Ben Franklin School by the field there are smaller hills but if you go up into the woods there is a huge sledding hill you can’t miss it. Other smaller trails up there too.
Amanda Collyer- Behind Whitney Point High School. Lots of hills! And the dyke is there too.
Laura Runyon-Lots of people go sledding on the Main Endwell High School Hill. I just moved to the area and passed by the other day. Looks like a lot of fun to me!
Cheryl Card Yatsonsky-Maine Endwell school, lots of fun.
Amy Hibbard Aqua Terra- Its a Broome County Park so u can look it up on their website. It’s an old ski park in the town of Binghamton. My kids love it!!!
Howard Dingman- to do things a little more “formally”, on a bigger hill with a lift, Greek Peak has snow tubing as well as skiing.
Kyle Sherman- Glen Wood elementary in vestal