Sledding, Skiing Popular Activities To Enjoy Central Ohio Snow
The Griggs Reservoir sledding hills were full of families on sleds on Friday.
Central Ohio offers plenty of other places for sledders of all ages, shapes, and sizes.
Metro Parks are prime places for sled riding. They include Highbanks, Sharon Woods, Blacklick Woods, Blendon Woods and Battelle Darby Creek.
Among the Columbus top spots are Antrim Park for small children, Clinton-Como Park, Whetstone Park and Schiller Park.
Suburban spots include the Gahanna Golf Course, Wyman Woods in Grandview Heights, Fryer Park in Grove City, Hilliard Municipal Park, Sycamore Creek Park in Pickerington, Whitehall Community Park and the Olentangy River parkland in Worthington.
Meanwhile at Mad River Mountain, they are rolling in the snow.
Ten new inches have fallen over the past few days and every ski run is open.
Officials said that tubing opens on Friday.
It’s always important to be careful while you are having fun.
The most common sledding injuries are broken bones.
Experts say to make sure your children are wearing helmets when they go sledding, snowboarding, or skiing.
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