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Recreation

The Township offers a wide variety of facilities for your enjoyment. These facilities include several community parks and historical sites.  More information is listed below. 

 

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Amos Herr Park

The 56-acre Amos Herr Park located off Harrisburg Pike on Nissley Road and also the site of the East Hempfield Township Municipal Building. The park features a "dream park" play area, rental pavilion, soccer and baseball fields, tennis court, as well as bocci court, basketball, and volleyball courts.
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Four Seasons Golf Complex

The 220-acre site is located east of Church Street and north of Stony Battery Road, south of Landisville and has a fully-equipped, 18-hole, 121- acre golf course in addition to more than 80 acres of open and recreational space.
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Lancaster Junction Trail

This trail, part of the former Reading-Columbia rail line runs for just over two miles between the hamlet of Lancaster Junction and Route 283. Like the Conewago Trail, Lancaster Junction Trail travels through some of Lancaster County's most scenic farmland and borders Chickies Creek in its northern half.
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Noel Dorwart Park

This trail system is on lands owned by Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (www.lcswma.com)  and is maintained by their crews.
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Hempfield  Recreation Center

Tennis, aquatic, fitness, and community center located in the Hempfield School District. They offer a variety of wellness programs and community events.