The Sledding Hill at Beverly Hills Park (aka Beverly Hills Village Park) is the perfect hill for sledding. It is located on Beverly Road, just west of Southfield Road. Lot parking is available right off of Beverly Road. Beverly Park is a 34-acre park that not only offers an amazing sledding hill but also an ice skating rink in the winter. Sports lovers can enjoy sand volleyball, basketball courts, baseball fields, tennis courts, disc golf as well as nature trails for hiking or biking. The park also hosts a large playground, pavilion, and restrooms. Finally, this park is home to a storybook trail and a Little Free Library.
The Sledding Hill at Beverly Hills Park
Winter is here and we are gearing up for a lot of fun in the snow and sun. Coupled with other outdoor activities, sledding is a perfect way to get out all that pent up energy. Outdoor play also provides us with the opportunity to enjoy the fresh crisp air. With so many wonderful parks in Metro Detroit featuring outdoor winter activities, there is no reason not to get outside and play. Sledding is a favorite winter pastime in Metro Detroit. Check out our 20 safety tips for sledding.
The sledding hill at Beverly Hills Park is located near the south side of the park. It is a little over 900 feet ( .17 miles) from the parking lot. The sledding hill offers two sides to enjoy. The east side of the slope offers a single slope that is fast and smooth. The west side offers a more adventurous ride with two hills with a plateau in the middle. Along the north and south sides of both hills are stairs and railings for guests to use to return to the top.
The Sledding Hill at Beverly Hills Park is a decent height and also provides a quick fun ride for parkgoers. Although, it was rather busy during our visit and there were many riders walking up the middle of the slope or just standing at the bottom.
The sledding hill at Beverly Hills Park is “use at your own risk”. Adults must accompany as well as supervise their children while using the park.
Parks in Beverly Hills, Michigan
Riverside Park – a 1/2 acre park with a picnic table, grill, and access to Mill Pond. Visitors can enjoy fishing, nature, as well as the green space.
Douglas Evans Nature Preserve – an 18-acre nature park with limited access for walking and nature study.
Beverly Park – a 34-acre park offering a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. Park amenities include a sled hill, an ice skating rink together with a playground. Sports offerings include sand volleyball and basketball courts, two baseball fields and two tennis courts, a large playground, disc golf course, as well as a wooded natural area with trails for biking/hiking. Finally, a Little Free Libray is located near the playground.
Check out our Favorite Playgrounds in Metro Detroit.
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