Oakland County Parks and Recreation invites visitors of all ages to slide down a 27-foot high and 325-foot long Family Sledding Hill at Waterford Oaks County Park.
“The hill is ready to go, weather permitting, and it’s a great outdoor winter time activity where family and friends can gather and get some exercise at no cost,” Park Supervisor Katie Pardy said. “Many childhood winter memories are made at sledding hills. Kids come wrapped from head to toe in snowsuits and go up and down the hill for as long as they can. Visitors are welcome to bring their own snacks and hot chocolate to complete the fun.”
Entry is free. The hill is open daily from sunrise to sunset or as posted. Visitors must bring their own toboggans or sleds. Safety lanes are present to direct sliders back up the hill. Portable restrooms and picnic tables are available.
Waterford Oaks County Park is located at 1702 Scott Lake Road in Waterford. The park offers 185 acres of hiking trails, platform tennis and the Family Sledding Hill for winter recreation.
For details, maps and more visit DestinationOakland.com, find Oakland County Parks and Recreation on Facebook and follow on Twitter @DestinationOak.