Our Park System

Northampton County's Parks, Trails and Open Space system consists of 22-county-owned parks, trails and conservation lands that highlight ridges, rivers, forest and farmlands.  The Parks & Recreation Division is responsible for the maintenance, management, improvement and development of the County's 2,300-acre park system as well as grounds maintenance at Gracedale, the Human Services Complex and the County Government Center. Our parks offer active and passive recreational opportunities for everyone. We also develop and deliver community outdoor recreation and environmental education programs for the public, and develop and implement conservation projects in our County Parks. 

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Wayne A. Grube Memorial Park

***South Entrance Available By Race Street. Willowbrook Bridge Closed so Plan Accordingly***

Wayne A. Grube Park, dedicated in memory of the late Councilman Wayne A. Grube, offers 50 acres of developed parkland, including three picnic pavilions, a sand volleyball court, a playgrounds, a tricycle track, softball field, restrooms, walking trails and a trailhead to the Nor-Bath Trail. Another 150 acres are currently in agricultural lands and leased to a local farmer.

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Activities Available

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  • Hiking
  • Picnicking
  • Softball
  • Volleyball
  • Children's play
  • Birdwatching

Louise W. Moore Park

Wy-Hit-Tuk Park

Archibald Johnson Conservation Area

Diefenderfer Tract

Frost Hollow Overlook

Fry's Run Park

Gall Farm

Gerald E. Seyfried Bear Swamp Park & Archery Complex

Gertrude B. Fox Conservation Area

Gracedale Open Space Lands

Minsi Lake Corridor Greenway

Monocacy Meadow

Mount Jack

Mud Run Conservation Area

Twin Lakes

Portland Waterfront Park

Make a Reservation

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Reserve a park pavilion or camp site through the our reservation portal. To see our current fee schedule Click Here