West Earl Community Park
The West Earl Community Park, along Route 772, in Talmage was built by the West Earl Lions' Club and purchased by the West Earl Board of Supervisors in 1998. Improvements were made to the park entrance in 1999. In 2003, a new play area was constructed which consists of a tot-lot and youth playground with play equipment specific to each age group. In 2011 new bathrooms were constructed and improvements were made to the picnic pavilion. This park also offers two walking trails. The inner walking trail is 1,895 feet in length and the outer walking trail is 3,178 feet in length. The pavilion at this location is available for parties, picnics and family reunions. The cost to reserve the pavilion is $50. To make a reservation, call the Township office at (717) 859-3201.
Sylvan B. Fisher Park
The Sylvan B. Fisher Park (formerly known as the Stone Quarry Park) is located at the corner of Route 772 and Stone Quarry Road and offers walking trails and a boat launch at the water's edge for launching small water craft and fishing. This park also has two walking trails. The inner trail is 2,169 feet in length and the outer trail is 2,282 feet in length. The park was named for Sylvan B. Fisher who retired in 2018 after 40 years' of service to the West Earl Township community as Roadmaster, Supervisor and Firefighter.
The Sylvan B. Fisher Park is part of the Map Delineated Conestoga River Water Trail. All laws & regulations of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission are enforced.
West Earl Township Park
The West Earl Township Park, located in front of the Township building at 157 W. Metzler Road, Brownstown, was built in 1979-1980 and contained only a children's playground. Shortly thereafter, the baseball field was installed. The tennis and basketball courts are equipped with metered lights. Also available at this location is a short bike or jogging path. In 1997, a pavilion with picnic tables was added to the park (the Township does not take reservations for this pavilion).
Remember, your tax dollars have made these parks possible; please treat them with respect and help keep them clean if you should use any of the facilities.