Red Run Park
12143 Buchanan Trail East, Waynesboro, PA 17268
Click here for 2017 Red Run Park’s Pavilion Rental Application
Rental Applications are also available on the Web Site Main Menu under “Forms”.
Each pavilion is pictured at the bottom of this page.
Red Run Park Site Map
Locations of pavilions, restrooms, train, playgrounds, parking areas, 9-11 Tribute, etc.
9/11 Tribute at Red Run Park
The parking lot at Red Run Park has been paved!!!
The Township would like to thank the Rouzerville Business Association, and Mrs. Alma Oyer, who donated funding for this paving in honor of her husband, Nickson W. Oyer, the Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire & Rescue Squad and New Enterprise Stone & Lime Company for paving the parking lot in front of the 9/11 Tribute.
Red Run Park
Red Run Park provides live entertainment in our bandstand on weekends during the summer months. There is no fee. Just bring your lawn chair and enjoy the local and not-so-local talent of the musicians performing, usually from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. each weekend.
The 2017 Entertainment Schedule has arrived! See schedule below!
Red Run Express
Miniature Train Rides are provided when volunteers are available:
Sundays only in May and September beginning May 3; each Saturday and Sunday in June, July and August from 1-4 PM. (Also summer holidays).
Rides are FREE—donations are accepted.
Train is operated by volunteers, and times and dates of operation are dependent on availability of volunteers.
RED RUN PARK INFORMATION:
Red Run Park, the oldest park owned by Washington Township, is a 22 acre park that was presented to the Borough of Waynesboro in 1938 and subsequently in 1969 was conveyed to the Washington Township Supervisors as the property of Washington Township. The park consists of a man-made lake, picnic area, playground equipment, public restrooms, concession stand, and miniature train. The lake closed for swimming in the 1970’s, and has been used for fishing and ice skating since that time and is a very popular spot year round.
A revitalization effort was affected at Red Run Park during the 1980’s. Monthly entertainment was initiated at the park, more equipment was provided, and a footbridge was added across the creek to invite further expansion into a new area of the park. A 1975 survey of Township residents provided the Township with a guide for future development of the park and long range planning is being utilized to develop Red Run Park in the best interest of the residents of Washington Township.
Continued development of Red Run Park resulted in three major community events occurring at the park annually, construction of more picnic pavilions, special needs fishing pier and ramp to the pier, installation of a miniature train, tunnel and station. This train was previously operated at Cold Springs Park from the late 1920’s to 1970’s, and was installed at Red Run Park as part of the effort to save a unique portion of local history. The train and buildings were purchased and constructed by public contributions and are operated free of charge by volunteers. The 11 usable acres in this 22 acre park are essentially completely utilized at this time and the park management and upkeep of this park is by the Township.
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PAVILION 3 PAVILION 4