The Center Township Community Park is located off of State Route 21 West near the village of Rogersville, Pennsylvania with three baseball fields, a playground, public restrooms, and pavilions with grills available for rent. There is plenty of shade available and Ten Mile Creek runs along the park.
There is a parking lot on site and public bathrooms are available.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto US-19 N/E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow US-19 N/E High St. for 1.4 miles, continue straight onto PA-21 W/W High St., continue to follow PA-21 W. for 5.8 miles, turn left toward Park Rd. go 69 ft., turn right onto Park Rd., destination will be on the left.
A public park with a pavilion, picnic tables, baseball field, football field, basketball court, concession stand, and restrooms.
The pavilion is available for party rentals. Please call Franklin Township at 724-627-5473 for availability.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto E High St/Mt Morris Rd., continue to follow E High St. for 0.4 miles, turn left onto Sugar Run Rd., go 0.5 miles, turn right onto Orchard Rd/Sugar Run Rd. go 46 ft., turn right onto Porter St. go 0.3 miles, destination will be on the right.
Ryerson Station State park is home to 11 miles of trails that spread across three trails. The three trails include views of the entire park. The park also includes camping, swimming, fishing and winter activities.
Winter activities include cross country skiing and snow shoeing throughout the park. You have access to this in the winter months from dusk to dawn daily.
The park includes 46 campsites for tents and trailers. It also offers two cottages for rent. All these campsites have views of the entire park.
The park is open 365 days a year from dusk to dawn. The day use area close at dusk during operation times.
There are parking areas at the park and public restrooms throughout the park.
Follow PA-21 W/W High St., continue to follow PA-21 W for 18.1 miles, make a slight left onto McNay Ridge Rd., Drive for 2.0 miles, turn left onto Bristoria Rd., destination will be on the right.
In 1967, the Waynesburg Lions Club agreed to assume ownership and responsibility for the community park that was established by the Waynesburg Jaycees from a gift of land donated by Dr. and Mrs. Grover C Powell. The park was expanded over the years by additional land gifts from Dr. and Mrs. Powell. Today, the park features a playground, ball field and pavilions available for summer rental for reunions and other community events.
In the summer the Lions Club sponsors a music program called “The Sounds of Summer”. Every Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., a different musical concert is held at the Lions Club Park.
There is a parking lot on site and there are public bathrooms.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, drive 0.7 miles, turn left onto Park Ave/T889, turn right onto E Oakview Dr/T889, destination will be on the right.
Mason-Dixon Historical Park was founded in the 1970s. The park includes many different attractions, from basketball courts and baseball fields, four shelters to rent, an amphitheater for live shows, six hiking trails and one mountain bike trail.
Dunkard Creek is a great fishing destination for all skill levels. The creek winds through both PA and WV. The other water feature you can see on this hike is Tucker Falls and it is named after Dr. Eldon P. Tucker founder of the park.
Each trail has a unique view for the hiker to experience. On the Mason-Dixon Marker Trail see the original stone that was placed by Mason and Dixon. Then, on the West Side and Blue Trail see the beautiful West Virginia sunset.
All these trails show some amazing views and some amazing history all in one park. Join us at Mason-Dixon Historical Park for all the fun.
Parking is available at the park. The park is open from 8:00 a.m. to dusk. There are public restrooms at the park.
Take exit 1 toward Mt Morris/US-19 S, turn right onto Locust Ave, drive 0.5 miles, slight right onto T329/Wades Run Rd. go 308 ft., turn left onto Buckeye Rd., drive 3.5 miles, turn right, destination will be on the left.
Mon View Park is located in Greensboro, Pennsylvania along the Monongahela River. The park has ball fields, a playground and a swimming pool. The pool is available to rent for private parties. There are also courts for basketball, volleyball, tennis and a horseshoe pit. There are eight picnic pavilions available. The Mon view Park also has access to the Greensboro Walking & Bike Trail.
There is a parking lot and public bathrooms on site .
Take exit 14 off of I-79 for PA-21 E toward Masontown, turn left onto PA-21 E., drive for 11.5 miles, turn right onto PA-88 S., drive for 5.0 miles, turn left onto Sr2014, drive for 1.4 miles, turn left, destination will be on the left.
Route 188 Park is located in Waynesburg on Route 188. It features soccer fields, a concession stand, and parking.
Take exit 14 off of I-79 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, turn right onto Elm Dr/T796, go 0.4 miles, turn right onto PA-188 E., go 0.1 miles, destination will be on the right.
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