Allegheny Aqueduct. Allegheny Aqueduct Historical Park & Beidler House. The Allegheny Aqueduct was built by the Schuylkill Navigation Company in 1824 under the direction of Engineer Ephriam Beech. This "bridge for boats" was needed because the Allegheny Creek could not be incorporated into the canal system.
At the north end of the trail, parking can be found in Angelica Creek Park on Route 10 (Morgantown Road) and Saint Bernardine Street in Reading. At the south end of the trail, you can park at the KenGrill Recreation Center (730 High Boulevard, Kenhorst).
At 643 acres, Antietam Lake Park doubled the acreage of the park system and expanded opportunities for enjoyment of the scenic resources of the county. It is located primarily in Lower Alsace Township with a small portion in Alsace Township, just east of the City of Reading.
<p><b>Bethel A.M.E. Church</b>, now known as the <b>Central Pennsylvania African American Museum</b>, is a historic <a href="/pages/w/105594186140248">African Methodist Episcopal</a> <a href="/pages/w/105487276150325">church</a> at 119 North 10th Street in <a href="/pages/w/109847139034270">Reading</a>, <a href="/pages/w/109671389059025">Berks County, Pennsylvania</a>.
The Summer Concert series has proven that City Park is a beautiful venue. The basketball courts are home for many of the city youth in the Blacktop League. To stroll around the paths of the park and take in the beauty and the history of all the monuments is also a nice afternoon.
Colony Park is a suburban neighborhood (based on population density) located in Reading, Pennsylvania. Colony Park real estate is primarily made up of medium sized (three or four bedroom) to large (four, five or more bedroom) single-family homes and apartment complexes/high-rise apartments.
Dana Memorial Park (Reading) in Berks County, PA. Instant access to maps, directions, activities, photos, nearby parks, weather conditions, user comments, and more. RecreationParks.net lets you discover public parks down the street or across the country.
The Daniel Boone Homestead (DBH) is a historical site in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania that tells the story of Daniel Boone’s youth in Pennsylvania’s Oley Valley and illuminates the daily lives of the region’s 18th-century settlers through the eyes of the Boone, Maugridge and DeTurk families who occupied the site.
They also organize the rental of the ball fields at both parks, as well as the rental of the pavilion at the Manzella Park for special events. The Recreation Board meets the last Tuesday of each month at 7:00 P.M. as needed at the Laureldale Borough Hall, 3406 Kutztown Road, Laureldale PA 19605.
Reading Eagle: Natalie Kolb | Members of the "Franklin Street Station" production crew film the pilot outside the station in Reading on Sunday. Reading Eagle: Natalie Kolb | Extras wait for directions Sunday during filming for the pilot episode of "Franklin Street Station," a Reading-based television show, inside the station of the same name Sunday.
Gring's Mill. Parks Administrative Office & Mill. Gring's Mill Recreation Area. The historic buildings at Gring's Mill Recreation Area house the Berks County Parks and Recreation Department's administration and maintenance offices. An information center, group meeting facilities, snack bar, and restrooms are located in the adjoining barn.
All requests for use of the Jim Dietrich Park Farmhouse must be submitted by an individual 25 years of age or over in writing on the appropriate application and permit forms provided by the Director of Parks and Recreation, 5401 Leesport Avenue, Temple, PA 19560, a minimum of four (4) weeks prior to the requested date.
Laurel Run Park is primarily engaged in Parks. Laurel Run Park operates in Pennsylvania. This business establishment is involved in Parks as well as other possible related aspects and functions of Parks. In Reading Pennsylvania 19605 Laurel Run Park maintains its local business operations and may accomplish other local business operations outside of Reading Pennsylvania 19605 in additional functions related to Parks.
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The forum, hosted by Pagoda Foundation President Lee Olsen, AIA and Berks County Commissioner Kevin Barnhardt, discussed the potential of the Mount Penn Preserve becoming a destination with its restaurants, trail, vistas, outdoor activities and events with the possibility of additional recreation venues.
The city of Reading is bounded on the west by the Schuylkill River, on the east by Mount Penn, and on the south by Neversink Mountain. Overlooking the city on Mount Penn are two landmarks, a Japanese-style pagoda, and the William Penn Memorial Fire Tower; one mile from the Pagoda on Skyline Drive.
What: Nicholas Stoltzfus Homestead Annual Benefit Auction. Where: 1700 Tulpehocken Road, Wyomissing. When: Next Saturday. 7 a.m. breakfast: 9:30 a.m. auction; 11 a.m. quilt auction. Moses Smucker will be the auctioneer. For more information: Call 717-278-6532 or check out www.nicholasstoltzfus.org.
Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center. Nolde Forest encompasses more than 665 acres of deciduous woodlands and coniferous plantations. A network of trails makes the center’s streams, ponds, and diverse habitats accessible to both students and visitors.
Reading Outer Station, that’s what’s new! This location on Route 61 and Bellevue Avenue in Muhlenberg Township is the REBIRTH of passenger service in the Reading area. Beginning Memorial Day weekend, this site will feature Rail Diesel Car (RDC) trains running the Reading and Northern mainline to Jim Thorpe, PA and possibly other destinations.
The Museum is open everyday except Memorial Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years Day. Group Tours at RPM Guided tours for preschool, K-12, college, extracurricular groups, adults, seniors, and special-needs groups are available all year long.
Tulpehocken Creek Valley Park (Reading) in Berks County, PA. Instant access to maps, directions, activities, photos, nearby parks, weather conditions, user comments, and more. RecreationParks.net lets you discover public parks down the street or across the country.
The top of the tower is 983 feet above 5th and Penn Street, the center of the city, and 1,046 feet above the Schuylkill River, and 1239 feet above sea level. The tower, which is owned by the City of Reading , was built in 1939 as a fire observation tower and tourist attraction. It is constructed entirely of fire-proof materials. While the tower is largely intact and structurally sound, and it has retained its architectural integrity, it is deteriorating rapidly.