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FRIENDS OF MILLERSTOWN COMMUNITY PARK Helpful volunteers working to make our park better. If you have a few spare hours, we sure could use your help! PARK MAINTENANCE,  call Willard Benner 717-579-9184 Weed around playground Weed flower beds Weed whack along various trails Weed whack around benches Weed whack around stage area Trash-can emptying throughout park, weekly Interior painting Laying paver bricks around park benches Build storage shelves in the red building Help with set-up and/or tear-down of park events Landscaping around park benches or maintenance of this landscaping Sweep grass and spider webs down at park pavilions, monthly Rake mulched areas (playground and springing animals) Spring and fall cleaning of park building inside (stainless steel wall/hood, bathrooms, windows, fans, etc.) Good task for a group to complete. Spring and fall cleaning of outside of park building (windows, power washing, etc.)     Group project? Clean/wash the pedestrian bridge deck and railings over the Cocolamus Creek Mulching on children's playground in the spring. Mulch will be provided by Park. ADMINISTRATION, call Curt Black at 717-589-3598 Grant writing Fundraising Development of a donation/sponsorship program for future park expansion and improvements. POOL - Help with spring pool preparation and painting. DONATIONS, call any of the above listed phone numbers to donate - Christmas lights, indoor and outdoor, new or used, but in working condition.
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About Millerstown Community Park ... The park was established in 2003. Valera Long Cupp bequeathed $1,750,000 with the stipulation it was used to build a much needed park for the community of Millerstown. The park is located about 1 mile east of Millerstown, nestled along the banks of the beautiful Juniata River. Its 40 acres houses the Millerstown Community Swimming Pool, the carnival grounds, 2 youth soccer fields, a playground, a youth baseball and football field, numerous foot paths and a walking bridge across the creek. Our park is pet friendly, so if you want to bring a four legged friend along for a nice stroll along the river, please feel free to do so. We only ask that you clean up after your pet, and there are stations set up along our foot paths for you to do so. Whether you enjoy stretching your legs on our footpaths, or you want to take in the beautiful views of the river on our bridges, we invite you and your family to enjoy all of these attractions at the park. We are very proud of our new amphitheater. Since it was built, it has seen some of the best of local bands, and has also served as a stage for our local community band, and our nations' Drum and Bugle Corp. When we are not using it to entertain members of the community with music, it serves as a pretty good stage for things such as local turkey calling contests.
Teresa Hunker handles all rentals & reservations for the park, pavilions, and the community building. Call 717-512-0140, or email  thunker@comcast.net
The Amphitheater
Community Pool
Creek Bridge
Playground Area
Walking Trails
Creek & River Views
Gnome Homes
Entertainment, Concerts & Performances
*** The river is up over the trails and rising. The walking trails are now closed & it may be a long time until mud, debris, etc. is removed. ***  *** DUE TO THE COVID 19 VIRUS, PLAYGROUNDS AT THE MILLERSTOWN PARK ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE; *** Community Aid is closed and not picking up until they open again.  Local bins are getting completely filled and piles started outside which are going to get ruined; evidently everyone is cleaning out while they are staying in their homes, but they should hold items at home until they re-open.***
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Photo by : John Allison  @       Riverside Framing
Teresa Hunker handles all rentals & reservations for the park, pavilions, and the community building.    Call 717-512-0140  or email thunker@comcast.net Click here for building and pavilion rental information, prices & reservation form.
About Millerstown Community Park ... The park was established in 2003. Valera Long Cupp bequeathed $1,750,000 with the stipulation it was used to build a much needed park for the community of Millerstown. The park is located about 1 mile east of Millerstown, nestled along the banks of the beautiful Juniata River. Its 40 acres houses the Millerstown Community Swimming Pool, the carnival grounds, 2 youth soccer fields, a playground, a youth baseball and football field, numerous foot paths and a walking bridge across the creek. Our park is pet friendly, so if you want to bring a four legged friend along for a nice stroll along the river, please feel free to do so. We only ask that you clean up after your pet, and there are stations set up along our foot paths for you to do so. Whether you enjoy stretching your legs on our footpaths, or you want to take in the beautiful views of the river on our bridges, we invite you and your family to enjoy all of these attractions at the park. We are very proud of our new amphitheater. Since it was built, it has seen some of the best of local bands, and has also served as a stage for our local community band, and our nations' Drum and Bugle Corp. When we are not using it to entertain members of the community with music, it serves as a pretty good stage for things such as local turkey calling contests.
Amphitheater
Community Pool
Playground
Pavilions
Creek & River Views
Community Building
Gnome Homes
The Little Free Library
*** Community Aid is closed and not picking up until they open again.  Local bins are getting completely filled and piles started outside which are going to get ruined; evidently everyone is cleaning out while they are staying in their homes, but they should hold items at home until they re-open.***        
*** DUE TO THE COVID 19 VIRUS, PLAYGROUNDS AT THE MILLERSTOWN PARK ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE; WALKING TRAILS ARE OPEN, BUT KEEP A DISTANCE FROM OTHER WALKERS.***