Morrisons Cove Memorial Park

Welcome to the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park, located in Martinsburg, Pa. We are so glad you have chosen to visit the site! We know you will find the recreational activity you are looking for!

Before you continue on browsing and discovering all the great activities and facilities the park has to offer, We would like to first thank all of the businesses and individuals that have generously helped keep our park alive! Your continued support allows us to offer the many oppurtunities that the park provides to the families and all members of our community! We have been blessed with a great year and are excited about the future opportunities to come! We appreciate and thank you all!!

**Wristbands are available during the summer months for $11.00 per day for adults 18-65 and $10.00 per day for kids/seniors.  This allows access to the swimming pool, skating rink, and bowling center all day long. Go to The Huntsman Bowling Alley or the Hershberger Memorial Pool to purchase a wristband.

History of The Park at Morrisons Cove:  The morrisons Cove Homepage

The park was founded in 1915, when a group attending the Brown family picnic decided the area called Snyder’s Grove would be a beautiful place for a park. Then in 1921, the park elected its first Board of Directors and in 1922, the park was officially incorporated and dedicated, “To commemorate the valor and heroic deeds of the brave soldiers of Morrisons Cove of all the wars in which the United States has participated, and to provide a public center for civic and moral instruction, recreation, amusement and promotion of athletic sports for all the people of Morrisons Cove.”
In 1934, a multipurpose facility was erected to accompany indoor activities. The Morrison’s Cove Memorial park continued to grow over the years and in 1979 the facility was razed and the present recreational community complex was erected. The Park is a non-profit (501 C-3) corporation that is supported only by the hard work and financial generosity of the community.

We would love for you to take a moment and check out all that the Morrison’s Cove Memorial Park has to offer.

As soon as you see the park grounds you can see the first reason families, especially children, love to come to our park on nice days, evenings, and weekends. There is an all access play ground that has a huge wooden castle built with steps, slides and bridges to help kids can explore their imaginations while they play in the sand dunes, swing sets, monkey bars, tire swing and then relax on the benches that are provided. The park is also a non-smoking area to protect our patrons.

Located inside the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park building are several facilities. The Huntsman Bowling Alley, the skating rink, The Zack Hinish Gymnasium, a conference room, and a beautiful banquet hall. Then located on park grounds is the Hershberger Memorial pool for your swimming and fun in the sun pleasure.

For any general park information please contact our office secretary, Mary Beth Foor, at 814-793-2176 ext. 21.

Follow us on Facebook @Morrisons Cove Memorial Park, on Twitter @CaraMcmp, and on Instagram @mcmpark.

****Gun Raffle: Tickets are $10 and are available at the bowling alley until August 1st; first drawing August 2nd!!!

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Partly Cloudy
Wednesday 07/29 20%
Partly Cloudy
Intervals of clouds and sunshine. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High near 90F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Thursday 07/30 40%
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Scattered thunderstorms in the morning, then partly cloudy late. High 88F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

Latest Tweets

  • Tonight will be the last night for the Park's J4 celebration. Come out and enjoy the fun before it is gone!

  • After the parade stop by the park to ride the mechanical bull! Or dunk Joe Logan and Cordell Ebersole!

  • Check it out! Kids Bowl Free program this summer for kids under 15. All you need to do is register at