Parks and Recreation
Monocacy Creek Park:
Dedicated in 2012, the newest addition to the Borough’s parks and recreation system is Monocacy Creek Park. The result of intergovernmental collaboration between DCNR, PennDOT and the Borough of Bath, the Monocacy Creek Park is an aesthetic “walk-through” park and is home to various wildlife- including the aquatic, avian and horticultural varieties.
Located at the intersection of S.R. 329 (Race Street) and Green Street, this 6 acre park is home of America’s Friendship Tree. Bordered by a tributary of the Monocacy Creek and the Keystone Rod & Gun Club, this park provides a large, open space play area with playground equipment, volleyball court, and a baseball field. Keystone Park is also home to the Bath Farmer’s Market, which runs from May through to the last week of September each year. The recently reconstructed Keystone Park Pavilion is available for rental during the spring and summer seasons. For more information please call the Borough Office at 610-837-6525. The original Keystone Park Pavilion was destroyed in 2011 during the events of Tropical Storm Lee and rebuilt in 2013 using disaster relief funds.
Volunteer Firefighters Park:
Located a the intersection of S.R. 987 (N. Chestnut Street) and Creek Road, this 12 acre park is bordered on the North side by a tributary of the Monocacy Creek. The home of two regulation tennis courts, a lighted basketball four, tot lot, play/exercise facility, and softball field.
Ciff Cowling Field:
Located on Allen Street, this 5 acre park is comprised of one hardball field and one softball field as well as a large playing area with playground equipment and basketball court. A pavilion is available for picnics. The main attraction of this park is the ballfield area. There are two major fields. The hardball field with bleachers and dugouts serves as the home for the American Legion Post 470 Junior and Senior baseball teams. The softball field serves adult leagues as well as the Bath-East Allen Youth Club boys and girls traveling and house softball leagues. In the late summer and early fall this versatile field serves as the home to the Bath Lions Football team.
Carl L. Rehrig Park:
Located along Spyglass Hill Road, this park offers softball and lacrosse/soccer fields for Bath/East Allen Youth club teams as well as other various organizations.
Borough of Bath
121 South Walnut Street
Bath, PA 18014
The Borough Office Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm.
If dropping off a permit application or payment during off hours, there is a secure drop-box located next to the entrance.