An afternoon sledding on the hills is family winter fun at it’s finest! Not to mention, once you have sleds, it’s completely free to enjoy over and over. There are hundreds of tobogganing and sledding spots across the GTA, and likely many close to where you live. Keep reading for Family Fun Toronto’s picks for The Best Tobogganing Hills in Toronto.

Bickford Park

Bickford Park has 3 tobogganing hills to choose from! It is more secluded than other options and therefore typically less busy.

Address: 400 Grace Street
Website: www.toronto.ca

Centennial Park

A big hill located in Etobicoke with plenty of space for lots of sledders.

Address: 165 Centennial Park Boulevard
Website: www.toronto.ca

L’Amoreaux Park

Few people visit the hills at L’Amoreaux Park, which is surprising given their excellent slopes. The hills are steep with long run-outs.

Address: 2000 McNicoll Avenue
Website: www.toronto.ca

Riverdale Park

The west side offers a staircase and a better ride for younger kids. Riverdale Park East features a more thrilling ride.

Address: 375 Sumach Street (West Park); 550 Broadview Ave (East Park)
Website: www.toronto.ca

Withrow Park

This popular east end spot has a steep and smooth hill and stairs.

Address: 725 Logan Avenue
Website: www.toronto.caKeep in mind that tobogganing is prohibited at 14 specific local parks. Check out the City of Toronto Website for a full listing of designated tobogganing hills near you, as well as tips for enjoying them safely with your family.


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