Where to Sled? Valley Forge National Historical Park and Nockamixon State Park Top the List of Slippery Slopes

Ken Knickerbocker
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Sledding can be enjoyed by both young and old, and luckily those who are looking for the best spots to enjoy the winter activity do not have to go far from home.

Sledding is one of the fun winter activities that can be enjoyed by both the young and old alike. Luckily, those looking for some of the best sledding spots that can provide hours of enjoyment do not have to go far from home, writes Nick Vadala for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

In addition to being a historic landmark, Valley Forge National Historical Park features great sledding places for the entire family. Some of the best spots include the hills near Memorial Arch and the statue of Anthony Wayne.

Nockamixon State Park in Quakertown also has a great sledding spot in the area above the park’s marina.

Beyond Montgomery County, Marsh Creek State Park in Downingtown provides a whopping seven acres of sledding hills to choose from.

Nearby Newtown’s Tyler State Park in Bucks County is huge and is basically one giant downhill slope. Some of the best spots are just below its Upper Plantation Picnic Area parking lot.

Read more about the best sledding spots at The Philadelphia Inquirer by clicking here.

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