Patsy Hillman Park - Hiller, Pennsylvania
N 40° 00.287 W 079° 54.692
17T E 592906 N 4428854
Quick Description: The Patsy Hillman Park is located at 100 Hillman Park Drive, Luzerne Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 4/8/2012 7:00:36 AM
Waymark Code: WME61P
Patsy Hillman park was first established in the 1950s as Brownsville-Luzerne Joint Park, which a managerial board still manages the park to this day comprised of residents of both Brownsville Borough and Luzerne Township.
The park had limited facilities at first and items came to the park as funding permitted, some of those facilities do not exist as of now and newer facilities, such as ball diamonds and soccer field is here.
Pavilions, such as the Hillman Pavilion, dedicated to Brownsville's Pioneer Conservationist, Patsy Hillman Miller, is available for rent through the Brownsville Borough Office.
There is a lake at the park (that used to be leased), that is available for fishing.
Name: Patsy Hillman Park
Street Location: Hillman Park Drive
Local Municipality: Jointly Operated by Brownsville Borough and Luzerne Townhsip
State/Province, etc.: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Memorial/Commemoration: Patsy Hillman-Miller, a Brownsville Conserationist
Date Established: 1956
Picnic Facilities: Pavilions and Tables
Ponds/Lakes/Streams/Rivers/Beach: Hillman Lake
Special Events: Annual 4th of July Fireworks
Web Site: Not listed
Monuments/Statues: Not listed
Art (murals/sculpture, etc.): Not listed
Fountains: Not listed
Traditional Geocaches: Not listed
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