The Moon Park Ice Rink is now OPEN! The rink is free and open to the public. This year the rink has doubled in size to 48ft by 68ft and is located on tennis courts 3 & 4. Only skates are allowed on the rink. No street shoes. No rough housing or checking. The rink is constructed of acrylic ice. It performs much like real ice, but doesn't require below freezing temps. For the best glide, we recommend sharp skates. At this time, we do not have skates available for rent.
Sunday through Wednesday - Dawn to Dusk
Thursday through Saturday - Dawn to 9pm
Fridays - Hockey Night 5pm - 9pm
Date: March 17 & March 24
Time: 5:30 – 7pm
Ages: All Ages! (Adult must register team)
Fee: $25 Moon School District residents (Per Team), $30 non-residents (Per Team)
Location: Moon Parks
Instructor: Andrew Bott
Basketball Madness comes to Moon Park in March of 2021! Get ready for a fun interactive scavenger hunt through Moon Park. Each week as the March Madness bracket is released, the logo of each qualified team will be hidden throughout Moon Park. Each Wednesday, your group will be given an hour to search the park to find as many of the teams as possible! That weekend, root for your team, and track the wins and losses of the teams you found in the park. The bracket gets smaller the second week and the items will be harder to find! The group who finds the most winning teams over both weeks wins a Moon Parks basketball prize basket. While those of all ages are invited to participate, your Captain must be 18 years or older! After a year of social distancing, this is a great way to safely spend time outdoors with friends and family! Captain’s only register your team! Register HERE.
Date: Saturday, April 3rd
Time: 11am to 4 pm
Location: Moon Township
On Saturday, April 3rd, the Moon Easter Bunny will be riding his wagon all around Moon Township. He will be visiting the five Moon Elementary Schools and all three Moon Parks. All visits will be outdoors in the parking lot. Residents are invited to choose a location near them to visit the Easter Bunny. Current social distancing guidelines will determine our photo set-up, but each child will have an opportunity to interact with the bunny, and parents are welcome to take photos. We will also be holding a coloring contest for kids in conjunction with the Bunny’s visit to Moon Township. Children are encouraged to drop their coloring sheets off to the Bunny. All entries will be posted online for display. More details and coloring sheets coming soon! The schedule is as follows; please note we have two Bunnies to reduce crowding:
Hyde Elementary AND Robin Hill Park
12:15 - 1:15pm
Allard Elementary AND McCormick Elementary
1:30 – 2:30pm
Olson Park AND Brooks Elementary
2:45 – 3:45pm
Bon Meade Elementary AND Moon Park
Monday, March 1, 2021 will be the first day to reserve a March 2022 date. Beginning at 8:30a.m. on March 1, please leave a message at 412-262-1703 Ext. 404 indicating the date that you would like to reserve. Callbacks will be made on Tuesday, March 2nd in the order of messages received on March 1st from 8:30a.m. and on.
Give us a call at 412-262-1703 (x404) Tuesday through Thursday to reserve a pavilion for the 2021 rental season (May - October). Pavilions are reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Please have several dates and pavilions chosen in case your first choice is not available. To qualify for the resident rate, you must provide proof of residency in Moon Township and be the primary point of contact for the reserved event.
Additional rental information can be found HERE.
Moon Parks & Recreation offers a variety of programs and classes throughout the year for all ages and skill levels. Check out our current program and event pages on our website or Facebook Event Calendar .
We are looking for enthusiastic creative individuals to improve community recreation in Moon Township! Each day will be different as the staff will execute a variety of recreation programs throughout the community. Workdays will include implementing our Rec on the Go program where soccer, capture the flag, and other fun activities are brought to neighborhood playlots. Other days will require assisting with the Moon Parks and Recreation Summer Camp or monitoring our afterschool and evening programs. Bring a smile and a positive attitude to work knowing a fun experience will be provided. Moon Township is a tremendous community looking for responsible leaders who want to come outside and play! This is a seasonal position and will run mid-May through mid-August.
Email application and resume to:
Please visit Moon Township's website for additional information regarding COVID-19.
As of Sunday, November 1st the Park has moved to winter hours.
The park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Starting in December 5th late night hours will be available from 5-9pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for holiday light viewing and skating (starting December 12).
We ask that people continue to practice social distancing at all Moon Parks. Please social distance with 6 feet of space, wear masks when in groups, wash or sanitize your hands frequently, and stay home if you are sick. In accordance with State and Local guidelines, Moon Park is open daily. All playgrounds, pavilions, fields, facilities, and the Clearview Federal Credit Union Splash Pad are open. These areas are NOT regularly sanitized. Please be sure to wash or sanitize hands frequently.
Athletic fields and courts are now open to organized sporting groups and can be reserved. Under current guidelines the field capacity must be held to a maximum of 90. To find out more information about field reservations, please call the parks office at 412-262-1703 ext 406. Reserved groups to have priority for field and court use.
Robin Hill Center is available for rent. Robin Hill Center's capacity has been greatly reduced to meet state guidlelines. Call the parks office at 412-262-1703 ext 404 for more information.
At this time the Moon Township Parks and Recreation Office remains closed to foot traffic. Please call 412-262-1703. Our staff is available during township business hours.