Parks and Recreation Members

Jay Erb, Chairman (Email)
Colleen Skelton
Steve Weil, Treasurer
John Ellwanger
Patty Werth
Sara Claypoole
Karl Danielsson
Kathy O’Connell
Cynthia Lawrence


The Parks and Recreation Commission meet at 7:30 p.m. on the 1st Wednesday of each month.

Contact the Parks & Recreation Commission by clicking here

Coventry Woods Festival 2018

We are seeking volunteers to help plan and assist at our annual Coventry Woods Festival. Click Here to Help

Our Parks

Coventry Woods

Coventry Woods Park consists of 688 beautiful acres of mostly mature deciduous forest and is located in rural western end of the township.

Kenilworth Park

Kenilworth Park is nestled in the historic village of Kenilworth in North Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Riverbend Park

Riverbend Park is a beautiful athletic park overlooking the Schuylkill River. The park offers three athletic fields (Anderson, Batdorf and Deegan), a pavilion, and a play area.

Riverside Park

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

Coventry Woods Festival

Held annually in May at Coventry Woods, the festival is fun and games for all ages. Goat races, trail walks, food, crafts and games are all part of this fun filled day.

Coventry Woods Bonfire

The bonfire is held annually in the fall. A great outdoor experience for all attending.


Disc Golf @ Kenilworth

Visit the Disc Golf Course located at the eastern end of Kenilworth Park.




Would you like to try out your green thumb or help cleanup your neighborhood park?

Are you a student in need of school service hours?

If you are you looking for a good cause, we are looking for you!

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.

"The parks are a destination! Individuals plan around the opportunity to be there. The parks are a venue. The venue provides an experience, an amenity, a value. Individuals leave with stories, memories, and couldn’t miss the opportunity to take a candid picture and share it. The parks are a sanctuary. Individuals can go there to be active, to be still, to be inspired, to be mindful, to be rejuvenated and surrounded by life, or just to be."
Ashley Pultorak
Program Officer --Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation

Parks and Recreation News

11th Annual Coventry Woods Festival Set for May 19th 1-5pm.

North Coventry Township will be hosting the 11 th annual Coventry Woods Festival on Sunday May 19, 2019, from 1:00-5:00 PM at the Fernbrook Access of Coventry Woods, 1954 St Peters Rd. This festival is designed to recognize and celebrate North Coventry Township as a healthy community with healthy lands. The event will include food,

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Amphibian Friends Newsletter 2019

AMPHIBIAN FRIENDS NEWSLETTER 2019 by Kim White Dear Amphibian Friends, While updating our newsletter I am home from school enjoying another snow day, but warm weather is soon to come so we better prepare for our twelfth year of helping the amphibians cross St. Peters and Wells Roads. Yes, with the help of all of

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Paw Paw Tree and Making Paw Paw Pudding

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

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Pawpaw Trees Return to North Coventry

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

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