Kunkle Park pavilions are available for family and group use. Print out the rental application, fill out the form, and bring it to the Township Office. go to :
Aerial Photo of Kunkle Park- October 2004
Park Hours: Dawn to Dusk every day.
Please be aware that during the winter, the restrooms are closed and will re-open in April. Just in time for the Fort Hand Re-enactment that will be held in the park on Saturday, April 14 and Sunday, April 15, 2012, which will commemorate the April 1779 attack on Fort Hand. This event is sponsored by the Northwest Department of the Brigade of the American Revolution, which is a non-profit Living history association dedicated to recreating the life and times of the common soldier of the American War for Independence, 1775-1783. For additional information or to volunteer for the event, send your Email to email@example.com
Kunkle Park consists of 40-plus acres of flat land and rolling hills, located beside the Municipal Building. Kunkle Park was donated by Elbert N. Kunkle to Washington Township to be used as a park and recreation area.
Present facilities include:
|2 Baseball Fields||2 Sand Volleyball Courts|
|3 Picnic Pavilions||Public Restroom Facility|
|Children's Playground||Horseshoe Pits|
|Park benches and swings||Walking Trail|
The pavilions and baseball fields are available to residents for picnics and family reunions. To make reservations call the Township Office at: 724-727-3515, or print out the RENTAL APPLICATION and bring to the Office.
THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES ARE SPECIFICALLY PROHIBITED:
ü Driving or parking on grass areas or trails
ü Landing aircraft
ü Hitting of golf balls
ü Depositing refuse anywhere but in appropriate receptacles
ü Posting or distributing notices, advertisements or handbills
ü Possessing or discharging firearms or weapons
ü Possessing or setting off fireworks or explosive devises or launching of rockets
ü Use of electrical amplifying equipment
ü Using indecent or vulgar language
ü Domestic animals off a leash
ü Sale of alcoholic beverages
ü Sale or use of illegal drugs
ü Abusing or damaging any park facilities or structures
ü Any merchandising or using park as part of a for-profit business
ü Fires- except in designated or permitted areas
ü Removal of any Township property- all things contained in Kunkle Park, either man-made or occurring naturally, are the sole property of Washington Township
ü Anything else deemed inappropriate by the Washington Township Board of Supervisors or the Washington Township Police Department or regulated by Ordinance 49
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