The West Manheim Township Park and Recreation Board consists of volunteers from across the community. The Board's goal is to convert a 113 acre farm, purchased by the Township, into a community park for all persons to enjoy. The future park is located off of St. Bartholomew Road, and it will provide a variety of activities - baseball, softball, soccer, walking trails, picnic areas, etc. - something for everyone. The Township and Board members are committed to funding this park without tax dollars. Money has come from state and federal grants, impact fees, and from the Board's fundraising efforts. Your help and contributions toward making this park a reality would be greatly appreciated. The Park and Recreation Board meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 P.M. at the West Manheim Township Building, 2412 Baltimore Pike. Please contact the West Manheim Township Office for further information.
Year-round recreation is provided at Codorus State Park.The 3,329-acre Codorus State Park is in the southwest corner of York County, about three miles southeast of Hanover,Pennsylvania, along PA 216. A prime attraction of the park is the 1,275-acre Lake Marburg, which has 26 miles of shoreline.Visitors may choose from a wide selection of recreational opportunities. For more information on Codorus State Park please visit www.stateparks.com/codorus.html