Who says a sledding hill is only good for snow? Let's beat the heat and cool off with a fun SUMMER sledding event! Join us at the Simon Moon Sledding Hill with your sled and zoom down the hill on a tarp while getting sprayed by hoses from our Westfield Fire Department! It'll be a wet, wild and FUN adventure!
Join us at the Simon Moon Sledding Hill on Saturday, August 15th. Firefighters from our Westfield Fire Department will be onsite spraying down a big tarp on the sledding hill! Participants will need to bring their own sled and maintain physical distancing among other participants. There is no cost to participate but you will need to download a free ticket!
Please park in the East lot at the City Services Building (just west of Simon Moon Park). The address for City Services Building is 2728 E. 171st Street
To ensure physical distancing, this event will be limited to 200 people per hour. Each person in the event area will need a free ticket- regardless of whether they are sledding or spectating. Please be respectful of other participants and adhere to physical distancing guidelines. Each person will need to have a mask and wear it if physical distancing cannot be achieved.
Bring your own sled! We will not have sleds available to participants to use. Saucer sleds work the best but you may also use a boogie board. Pool floats DO NOT work! If you don’t have a sled or boogie board, you can body-slide!
Think of it as a big downhill slip-n-slide…you’ll get wet so make sure to wear the proper attire!
Our friends at Kona Ice will have a truck onsite to provide some yummy, icy snacks!
This is a FREE ticketed event. To maintain physical distancing guidelines, each person entering the event space will need to have a ticket- regardless of whether they are sledding or spectating. Attendance will be limited to 200 people per hour.