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Best Places to Sled in Port Jefferson?

We asked, you told us. So here are some of the best places to head out sledding on Tuesday.

With the local school districts off again on Tuesday, and the weather looking a little better than Monday, for those who can travel around safely, it's a little safer to dust off those sleds, get the snowsuits on, and find the best spot in town to go sledding.

A few days after the big snowfall, there is still plenty left; area snowfall totals, according to the National Weather Service, measured over two feet. For those who can't get enough of the white stuff, exact unofficial totals measured 25.5 inches in Port Jefferson and 26 inches in Mt. Sinai.

Click here for all the local news you need to know about the blizzard.

Over the weekend, we put out a question to our readers in anticipation of a good sled day on Sunday.

Have any other favorites of your own? Sign in and add them into the comments.

And if you happen to have your smart phone out while you're on the hills, feel free to upload them to our Pics & Clips section, an ongoing compilation of user photos from around the Port Jefferson area.

Be safe sledding out there, and have fun!

Here's where some of our readers' favorite spots are:

  • Judy Kerndl Meyer: Port Jefferson High School Bowl
  • Robin Merlo, Michelle Knoetgen-Taylor: St. George's Golf Course
  • Dawn Casella-Andolfi: Heritage Park, Heatherwood Golf Course
  • Kathy Devlin-Huber: My neighbor's front yard since everyone promised their kids & were not plowed yet, they built a ramp & 5 houses of kids (& adults) came running with sleds!

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