Quarryville Borough
300 Saint Catherine Street
Quarryville, PA 17566
717-786-2404 Phone
717-786-0154 Fax
office @ quarryvilleborough . com

Office Hours
Monday through Friday
7:00 am - 4:00 pm

CHRISTMAS TREES may be dropped off at SECA pool on Park Avenue until January 31, 2017

Recreation

The Borough has two community parks, Huffnagle Park and the Legion Memorial Park. Please feel free to use the picnic areas and ball fields. To schedule the Memorial Park ballsfields and the large pavilion in Huffnagle, please call the Borough office 717-786-2404.

Huffnagle Park

Huffnagle Park
Huffnagle Park is located along Oak Lane, between South Church Street and South Summit Avenue and Wagner Drive. Applications for use of the larger pavilion are available at the Borough office. The smaller pavilion is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. More park information can be found at www.huffnaglepark.org

Huffnagle Park Events
2015 Summer Concert Series presented by the Quarryville Lions Club (follow on Facebook or email huffnagleparkconcerts @ gmail . com for more information. FREE to Public, start at 7:00 PM, bring lawn chairs or blankets. 2016 DATES .




2015 Huffnagle Concerts
Legion Memorial Park

Legion Memorial Park
The Legion Memorial Park is located along Park Avenue and South Lime Street. It is bordered by the Solanco Fair Association buildings/property and also by the Southern End Community Association (SECA) buildings/and property, which includes the pool.

Applications for use of the park (and/or) ball fields are available at the Borough office. Please schedule early, keeping in mind that Legion Memorial Park usage scheduling, starts at the beginning of the year for the majority of events.

Please come enjoy the tranquility of ‘Legion Memorial Park.’ At the park entrance, stop and take a moment to observe the plaque dedicated by the ‘Quarryville American Legion’ in honor of our Armed Forces. The plaque reads: “This land was developed as a ‘Living Memorial’ in honor of those who served and died in the Armed Forces of The United States by members of Quarryville American Legion Post 603 with the support and cooperation of the citizens of this community. Dedicated November 1947.”

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