Columbia Commons: in the back of building 5100, kids enjoy going down the hill. It’s a nice hill located at 5100 South 8th Rd. in Arlington, VA.
Jamestown School: My kid’s favorite sledding spot is the long hill behind Jamestown School. We have also sledded on the steep hill behing McKinley School (we call it killer hill), and the Reed school slopes.
Tuckahoe Park: The field next to the park and the school. Place your sled at the top of the hill , next to Sycamore street and sled down onto the field.
Lubber Run Park: the paved trail that leads from the top of the amphitheatre down to the stream bank. Moderately steep, fairly long run and the stream at the bottom of the run make for excitement.
Nottingham Elementary: wicked fast and fun.
Hayes Street Hill: Back in the day, in south Arlington, down the Hayes St. hill, from Fort Scott Drive to 26th Street, or maybe beyond to 25th street, and – if the snow was especially fast – all the way to 24th Street. An absolutely amazing hill, enthralling if you will, without exaggeration. And the physical nature of the Hayes hill street itself, as well as other streets intersecting or adjoining the street have not changed significantly..
Lubber Run Community Center: Hill behind the playground at Lubber Run community center 300 N Park Rd. Very Steep!.
Jamestown Elementary: The hill from the playing field at Jamestown Elementary that goes down to N Dickerson St..
Glencarlyn Park: There’s a hill in Glencarlyn park we all sled down on and have for the last 40 years. We pack it down, bank it and then have a ball going down it.
HB Woodlawn: formerly Stratford Jr. High (I know, that dates me!).
Ashlawn Elementary: Our favorite sledding hill is the park behind Ashlawn Elementary. Great hill in all snow conditions..
Reed School Hill – Bill
HB Woodlawn : is hot for sledding, with the perfecting landing of a big soccer field.