STROUD REGION PARKS

STROUD REGION PARKS

Two dozen wonderful public parks are throughout the Stroud Region which offer many excellent recreational facilities and enjoyable opportunities for active and passive pursuits. Please obey all posted rules for your safety, enjoyment, and the benefit of all. 

No matter what the season, everyone can find a special place here. 

ALBERTSON PARK*

AMHURST PARK

GLEN BROOK GOLF CLUB

GLEN PARK

ANN STREET PARK*

BIG PINES PARK*

BRODHEAD CREEK PARK*

BRYANT PARK

CREEKVIEW PARK 

DANSBURY PARK*

GREGORY'S POND PARK

HICKORY VALLEY PARK

KATZ PARK

KOVARICK PARK LANDS

MOORE PARK 

PINEBROOK PARK

LAUREL STREET POND

MILLER PARK 

*Pavilions/Tables at location

ROTARY CREEK PARK 

STROUDSBURG BOROUGH PARK*

TERRA GREENS GOLF COURSE 

WEST GATE PARK YETTER PARK

ZACHARIAS POND PARK*

Summer/Spring/Fall Activities

Playgrounds 

Swimming

Hiking

Walking

Baseball

Softball

Basketball

Disc Golf

Skateboarding

Golf

Tennis

Soccer

Fishing

Winter Activities

Ice Skating  

Ice Hockey

Sledding

Hiking 

Snow-Shoeing

Cross Country Skiing

Park Hours

8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Regional Trails

 

Recreational trails provide unique exercise opportunities and transportation routes, preserve critical open space, create natural corridors for wildlife, and enhance the communities through which they pass.  By preserving the Brodhead, Pocono, and McMichael creek greenways include open space and a planned regional network of trails, the Stroud Region presents an extraordinary park system for generations to enjoy!  No matter what the season, everyone can find a special place here. Whether experiencing the beauty of the summer wildflowers, marveling at nature's awesome beauty in the fall, hearing the new-fallen snow crunching underfoot in the winter or listening to the chirping of delighted birds in the spring... our regional trails are a cherished community asset!  The  goal of the Stroud Greenway is Connecting Neighborhoods to Nature for more information visit https://stroudgreenway.org

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