The Quad Cities is finally seeing some snow and it's the perfect time to grab a sled and hit the hills. The forecast calls for up to four inches of the white stuff and some of you are chomping at the bit to make snow angels and go sledding. has put together a good list of QCA hills and I've added a few spots of my own. Pack up the kid, bundle up and strap the toboggan on the family truckster. Check out these sledding spots in your own backyard.

Visit QC has put together this list.

Black Hawk State Historic Site, 24th Avenue & Black Hawk Road, Rock Island, IL

Camden Park, Corner of Milan Beltway and Rt 67, Milan, IL

Duck Creek Park, 3300 E. Locust Street, Davenport, IA

Fejervary Park, 1800 West 12th Street, Davenport, IA

Lincoln Park, 38th to 42nd Streets, 9th to 11th Avenues, Rock Island, IL

Longview Park, 17th Street & 18th Avenue, Rock Island, IL

Middle Park, 23rd Street and Middle Road, Bettendorf, IA

Prospect Park, 16th Street & 30th Avenue, Moline, IL

Riverside Park, 31st Street & 5th Avenue, Moline, IL

Scott County Park, located nine miles north of Davenport off U.S. Highway 61

{Opens December 31st Weather Permitting} Snowstar Ski Resort, 9500 126th St. W, Andalusia, IL,(309) 798-2673 Call ahead to reserve a time to sled down the hills in tubes.

Here are a few spots I've had success with on my own.

Hollyhock Park, Jones Street, LeClaire, Iowa                                                                563-289-4242

Cross Point Church, 1330 Spruce Hills Drive. Bettendorf                                                563-322-8691(never hurts to call first)

Cross Point hill was the spot my German Shepherd would follow my girls down the hill and pick up their saucer in her teeth and bring it back up the hill for them. That was a good dog.

Make sure you have plenty of warm hats, gloves, scarves, and boots. If you know of more sledding spots you'd like us to add to our list, message us at the station app.


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