TOWNSHIP PARKS & TRAILS

TOWNSHIP TRAILS

TOWNSHIP PARKS

Pine Creek Park

Pine Creek Park was the former Palmer farm where horses were trained for racing. The farm was acquired by the Township in 2001 and designated as a community park. The park includes a walking/fitness track, picnic pavilion, multi-purpose fields, a playground and scenic nature walkways and trails. Dogs are permitted but are required to be leashed and waste is to be bagged (bags and receptacles provided).

 

Reservations of the pavilion are required for private parties.

Trail Map

DID YOU KNOW?

The walking track is a bit shy of half a mile.

The Palmer Horse Barn burned down on October 28, 2020.

1488 Yellow Springs Road

Chester Springs PA

Walnut Lane Park

Walnut Lane Park was the former White Farm on Conestoga Road (Rt. 401) next to The Mill at Anselma.

Phase I of Walnut Lane Park was completed in 2020. Phase II has not been scheduled.

The park includes a walking/fitness track, multi-purpose fields that will be ready to use in the spring of 2021,  and scenic nature walkways and trails.

 

Dogs are permitted but are required to be leashed and waste is to be bagged (bags and receptacles provided).

DID YOU KNOW?

The walking track is .4 miles.

The Township Salt Shed is located in Walnut Lane Park.

803 Walnut Lane

Chester Springs PA

Pickering Grove

Pickering Grove Park is our smallest park. It is the location for Miss Betty's Day Camps.

 

From their website:

Miss Betty Stonorov attended Bryn Mawr College, the New School for Social Research and the Bank Street College of Education. She also studied with Dr. Albert Barns. Her passion was bringing adults together to meet the needs of children.

 

Miss Betty started Charlestown Day Camp in 1949. The Camp was originally located on her personal property in Charlestown Township. In 2004, the camp was moved to it's current location. 

Kimberton Road (Rt 113) Between Pikeland Road & Mallard Lane

Chester Springs PA