Joy Secuban with her nephews and niece got an early start on the grassy hills of the Clinton Presidential Center in our November 2014 issue.

Snow day? Go sledding! The family fun activity is a great cardio workout: climbing hills, pushing or propelling sleds, jumping for joy—you get the picture. If you are able to venture outside of your neighborhood, here are two perfect slopes in public parks.

The Clinton Presidential Center: You don’t even need a snow day to sled the hills on Clinton Presidential Center Park grounds. The soft, green inclines are popular for box-sledding on warm, sunny days—and they’re perfect for wintry weather, too.

This "bunny slope" between Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock and the Arkansas River is great for small sledders.

North Shore Riverwalk Park: In downtown North Little Rock, this riverside park offers beautiful views of the Arkansas River and downtown Little Rock. Enter the park at Riverfront Drive and N. Willow St. (across from Dickey-Stephens Park). There you’ll find a large green space with a gentle slope that will thrill young sledders.

Neighbors take advantage of the hilly terrain in Chenal Valley.

Here are some suggestions made by Little Rock Family readers:

“Front yards and driveways here in Chenal Valley (especially Challain Place) in Little Rock are GREAT for sledding! Here is the view from my front door last winter.” —Amber Hamilton Henson

“The hills of Magness Creek Village.” —April L. Kiser

“Snake Hill in North Little Rock.” —Amanda Webb (Editor's Note: Amanda is much braver than we are!)

Now, you tell us--where does your family go sledding in central Arkansas?