The Parks & Recreation Commission recently planted 6 Paw Paw trees at the Fernbrook Access of Coventry Woods and 3 Paw Paw trees at Kenilworth Park to reintroduce this native species into our park system. Want to know a little about Paw Paw? View this video https://youtu.be/W3-85vpDKEI
It is the mission of the North Coventry Parks and Recreation Commission to provide township residents and visitors with facilities and programs that offer recreation, resource management and education in order to enhance the quality of life in our township. View our Strategic Plan
Parks and Recreation Members
Jay Erb, Chairman (Email)
Steve Weil, Treasurer
The Parks and Recreation Commission meet at 7:30 p.m. on the 1st Wednesday of each month.
The park is divided throughout the neighborhoods north/south between River Road/Schuylkill Avenue and East/West Main Street; and then east/west between South York Street and South Penn Street.
Our Annual Events
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Volunteers participate in a wide variety of projects including planting, weeding, mulching, habitat restoration, trash pickup, athletic and park facility repairs and painting, trail maintenance, and special events.
To volunteer with park projects, select this link and complete a “Friends of the Park” application. We will then add you to our email group notifying you of upcoming projects. We welcome both individual and group involvement.
Parks and Recreation News
Pawpaw Trees Return to North Coventry Pawpaw trees (Asimina triloba) were planted at two North Coventry Parks, Coventry Woods and Kenilworth Park to reintroduce this native species back to the park habitat. The pawpaw is a small deciduous tree native to the eastern United States that produces a “custard-apple” type of fruit similar to a
READING, PA– Pennsylvania Game Commission officials today announced that epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) has been confirmed as the cause of death for the deer mortality event occurring in the northern Chester and southern Berks County area. Since Aug 29th, dozens of dead deer have been found in the affected area. Game Wardens continue to investigate
Coventry Woods FestivalSchedule of Events May 20th 2018 1pm to 5pm Event Schedule Below is a list of events with time and location for the 2018 Coventry Woods Festival being held on Sunday May 20 from 1pm to 5pm. Everyone is welcome to join us for the 10th anniversary of this great festival. The festival
Greater Pottstown Trail Feasibility Study DVRPC Releases Final Trail Feasibility Study This feasibility study examines the opportunities and challenges of constructing over 40 miles of trails and on- road bicycle facilities that will make up the Greater Pottstown Trails network when fully built. This planned network includes four trails that are shared between nine municipalities