There is a playground available for the amusement of all ages. Unfortunately, it is not setup for enjoyment by those with different abilities. This is something we are hoping to correct in the next couple of years.
We have a pavilion which can be reserved for Individual, Family or Group events. The current rental fee is $25.00. This includes: running water, Electric & a public bathroom.
Contact the office at 717-432-4047 for more information.
We provide plenty of parking for your convenience to access the park and it's amenities. This includes handicapped parking.
There is a walking trail in the woods behind the Borough's Field. It was installed as the Boyscout Eagle Project of Kyle Adams.
The Franklintown Borough Park Committee would like to thank Mr. Adams and the donors for this addition to our park.
*This is for Borough Residents only.
*This is for Natural Yard Waste from Borough properties only. Brush, Trees, Bushes and other natural yard waste only.
No milled or treated wood, no furniture, no windows, no concrete, no pianos, no old mail boxes!
This site is monitored by surveillance.
All Violators will be fined!
The Flag Pole at the Borough Office Building was installed as the Girlscout Gold Award Project of Heather Miller.
The Franklintown Borough & Park Committee would like to thank Ms. Miller and the donors for this noble addition to our park.
GaGa Ball us a form of dodge ball that’s normally played in a “pit”.The game’s roots originated in Israel. The word “Ga” means Hit or Touch, so “Ga-Ga” means Hit-Hit. There are several variations on exactly how the game is played, but we find these rules to be the most common and fair, while keeping the game competitive and fun see the Weblink or the download below.
The GaGa Pit was a Silver Award Project of Cadette Troup 20684: April Prato, Jordan Fletcher, Kelly Thomas & Kourtney Gates. The Franklintown Borough Park Committee would like to thank the Troup, their esteemed leaders and the donors for this exciting addition to our park.
We were awarded the DCNR Grant. We will be doing fundraising to allow us to access the full amount of the grant. Stay tuned for Park updates and activities.
York County Planning Commission's new Recreation Viewer helps you find things to do in York County.
Rocky Ridge Park will be doing their Christmas Magic in 2020 with significant changes. There are wonderful new displays and they are offering a single price admission of just $5.00 for everyone 4 and over. They have reduced the price, because of the change to a lights-only event due to Covid-19 and not having the usual live entertainment, Santa, trains, or vendors. Due to the discounted rate they will not be offering the buy-one-get-one (BOGO) program this year .
This year continues the online only ticketing. Visitors must reserve entry online at ChristmasMagicYork.com. They are discontinuing walk-in admission going forward. Online ticketing allows elimination of crowding both along the trail and on the road. “Christmas Magic – A Festival of Lights” will be open November 27 through December 31, 2020, and will be closed December 24th and 25th. The hours of the event are Monday through Thursday 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. and Friday through Sunday 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.
For an enjoyable recreational activity checkout the website to see where the trail begins and ends in our Borough and explore it for yourself. Their trail blazes are blue. The trail is maintained by volunteers and the organization is looking for members to steward the trail going forward.