Township Parks

Fairville Park – 24 acres located at 1000 N Fairville Avenue
This park has a lighted picnic pavilion with charcoal grill, a nature trail along the stream, a music garden, zip lines & climbing rocks, playgrounds, horseshoe pits, and a gaga pit. It also homes the EAC’s beautiful rain garden project.


Houck Manor Park – Located at 628 Walnut Avenue
This park includes three softball diamonds as well as a concession stand & restrooms. Additionally, this is where the Community Center is located which includes a large banquet hall with a commercial kitchen and multiple conference rooms. Room rentals are available, and this space hosts Zumba & karate classes.


Houck Memorial Park – 6.5 acres located at 141 Florence Drive
Located behind West Hanover Elementary, this park is the primary location for the West Hanover Baseball & Softball Association. The park includes 4 baseball diamonds, a large walking path, and a concession stand with restrooms.

Hock Memorial Park was dedicated to the memory of 1Lt. Lawrence ‘Larry’ Hock in 1969 by the West Hanover Lions Club. As a young man, Larry was a standout ball player in the township. He lost his life while bravely serving our country in Vietnam on February 4th, 1969. His memory and legacy of service will live on forever at Houck Memorial Park.


Lenker Park – 2.5 acres located at 7555 Manor Drive
This park has a large lighted multi-use court including two basketball courts, two lighted tennis courts, a picnic pavilion with a charcoal grill, a fitness area with stationed exercise equipment, a large playground areas (2-5 years & 5-12 yrs), a swing set with a tire swing, and a walking path with a nature trail along the creek. It is adjacent to Mt. View Swim Club (private).


Skyline Commons Park – 13.64 acres located at 305 Short Street
This park includes a lighted pavilion with restrooms, a lower level picnic pavilion, two lighted parking lots, ADA accessible walking paths, an ADA inclusive playground, and a multi-purpose field for soccer, kickball, tee ball, etc. This park also has a wooded nature trail throughout the entire area and is the home of our “Summer Movies in the Park” series.