Penn Forest Recreational Park

Penn Forest Park

General Information


The Penn Forest Recreational Park provides the community with many opportunities for groups and individuals to participate in physical activity, for families and the community to gather and socialize, or for some just a simple respite. Penn Forest Recreational Park is both a sports center and a recreational area for the residents of the area. The Park Advisory Board sponsors a variety of activities including youth soccer, Little League, Babe Ruth and Connie Mack baseball as well as other activities.

Meetings of the Park Advisory Board are held at the Township Building on the THIRD Monday of the month beginning at 6:30pm. The public is invited is encouraged to attend.

Hours of Operation - Weather permitting, the Park is open from Sunrise until Sunset. Organized sports activities may be scheduled from 8:00am until dusk every day except Sundays. The Park Board discourages competitions, games and tournaments on Sunday and encourages family oriented activities.

Facility Scheduling is accomplished by first submitting a Scheduling Request to the Board via hard copy delivered to the Township Office or electronically by email. The Board will review the request and contact the sponsor of the activity to coordinate the formalization of the request. A Scheduling Request Form is located in the Forms Tab of the Township Website and in the Forms Tab located at this Tab.

An annual master scheduling event is conducted the first Saturday of December for the upcoming year. League and association representatives are encouraged to come as this event locks in major venues in the Park for dedicated league practice and play.

Contact Us


Please visit our FaceBook page for up to date news and event information.
Facebook - facebook.com/PennForestTownshipRecreationPark

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions; please contact us at pen4park@ptd.net

Wish List and Donation Opportunities


Lockable construction storage boxes (2) Baseball Fields [Spring 2018]

Kiosks (1) -Eagle Scout Project [Winter 2017]

Multi Sport Goals (Football Uprights) Multi Use Field [Summer 2018]

Benches for Multi Use Field [Summer 2018]

Bicycle Racks (3) [Summer 2018]

Pavilions (5) [Over time - Donation Opportunity]

Volley Ball Court [Sponsorship Opportunity]

Dog Park [Sponsorship Opportunity]

Picnic Tables (20 - 25) [Over Time - Donation Opportunity]

Park Memorial Benches (25 - 30) [Over Time - Donation Opportunity]

Bleachers for both Baseball Fields [Spring 2018 ]

Lighting for Walking Track [TBD]

Batting Cages for Ball Fields [Spring 2018]

"L" screens for batting practice [Spring 2018]

Overhead covering on baseball player Dugouts [Spring/Summer 2018]


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


  1. Are Dogs permitted in the Park? Yes, but they must remain on a leash not more than 6' in length. Owners are responsible to clean up after their pets.
  2. Are the athletic fields, basketball and tennis courts open to the public? Yes, but scheduled activities such as baseball and soccer games take priority.
  3. How does someone reserve a court, field, or pavilion?
    1. If you represent a league, you must attend the annual master scheduling conference held the first Saturday of December in order to coordinate your activity, In addition, a formal application must be submitted with proof of insurance within 60 days of the start of the athletic season.
    2. If you wish to reserve a court, field or pavilion for a single use, you must submit to the Park Advisory Board a single use application found on the forms tab of the Township main website page.
    3. All other use is on a first come, first served basis.
  4. Do Penn Forest Township residents have priority of use over non township residents? Yes.
  5. May anyone attend the Park Advisory Board meetings? All meetings are open to the public with a period of public comment scheduled on the agenda.
  6. Is there a single point of contact for information about the park? Not at this point. The Township web page and the Park's FaceBook page provide general information. Specific questions may be emailed to the Park Advisory Board at pen4park@ptd.net.
  7. Can someone get involved with the Park's development? Yes.
  8. What is the plan to further develop the Park? The Park Advisory Board is responsible for putting together and recommending a development plan to the Township Board of Supervisors.
  9. Could a group sponsor a tournament? Yes, with the approval of the Park Advisory Board and the Board of Supervisors.
  10. Where can I find a listing of Park Rules? Park Rules are listed at several places on the fence separating the playing fields and the parking lot. In addition, copies will be placed on the Park Information Kiosk being built as an Eagle Scout Project.

Park & Recreation Committee Members


Richard Strack
(5 Years) 2017-2021
katehep11@gmail.com

Robin McGeehan
(3 Years ) 2014-2017
robinemc@gmail.com

Jennifer Bevilacqua
(5 Years) 2014-2019
jenn@wb-electric.com

Frederick Tweed
Member for JTSD
jrtweed@ptd.net

Mandy Marotto
Member (3 Years ) 2017-2020
MMarotto4@gmail.com

Terry Levan
Alternate
terrylevan2@gmail.com