What's Your Favorite Park in the Phoenixville Area?

With spring springing early, share your favorite parks in and around Phoenixville.

PJ Ryan's took home the prize for Best Place to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day, and now it's time to look to other green destinations in the Phoenixville area. 

What's your favorite park in and around Phoenixville? The area features a number of choices to while away the hours when the weather is nice. 

So who should it be? The Phoenixville area has a ton of great choices and the voting is sure to be close, so choose your favorite below. Yes, you can vote more than once.

The poll will close at 9 p.m. on Thursday and the winner will be announced here at noon on Friday. 

If you want to be part of picking the choices in future polls, head over to the Phoenixville Patch Facebook page and click "Like." If you have more suggestions for nominees, leave those in the comments.

Check out the photo gallery above to check out snapshots from all of the parks featured in this week's poll. If your favorite local park is missing, let me know in the comments and I will add it to our poll. 

You can also add your own photos to the slideshow to show off your favorite snapshots of the local parks. 

-Black Rock Park 

-Black Rock Sanctuary 

-Charlestown Park

-Kimberton Community Park 

-Reeves Park 

-Reservoir Dogs Park 

-Reynolds Dog Park 

-Schuylkill Canal Park/Lock 60 

-Valley Forge National Park 

Jay Beckerman March 17, 2012 at 12:24 PM
Is it true that Schuylkill Township has no public parks, playgrounds or even tennis courts at all? And virtually no sidewalks along roadways, except within a few McMansion developments? No way for students to walk safely on sidewalks from Schuylkill Elementary to the YMCA property, or even from the Township building to the Y? No sidewalks along Rt. 23, Rt. 29, White Horse Rd. or Pothouse Rd?
David Curran March 19, 2012 at 11:49 AM
Although it is part of VF Park, the River Trail off Pawlings is a family favorite.
Irene Ewald March 19, 2012 at 01:14 PM
My favorite park is CHARLESTOWN PARK, a subregional park that has more than 2000 children in midget football, basketball, field hockey, lacrosse, cheerleading and soccer. It is located at the corners where Charlestown, East Pikeland and Phoenixville intersect. The walking trails are beautiful and always in use. The trees are awesome.
Lionel Hutz March 19, 2012 at 03:11 PM
Hey Jay, I'm not sure about the parks etc but as for the sidewalks you are right on. I was out running the other day and it's somewhat like taking your life in your own hands. I have to walk my son to his bus stop down the side of the road. It doesn't help that people feel the need to test their cars top end speed on local roads but that's another matter. I'd happily give up 10 feet of my front yard for sidewalks. Who do we need to talk to about this???
Lynn Jusinski March 20, 2012 at 06:58 PM
Hi! Charlestown Park has been added. Thanks!


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