Call the Park office at 793-2176 for more information or use our contact page.
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We would like to thank all of the businesses and individuals that have generously helped keep our park alive! Your continued support allows us to offer so many opportunities to our community! We have been blessed with a great year and there are many great things to come! Thank you all!
The Newly Renovated Gym is now open. Come Check it out!
Want to schedule a banquet, party, or event that would be held in our banquet hall or conference room? Call Fisher’s Party Central to book your space today 793-0096 or email email@example.com
Fisher’s Party Central is also highly recommended to help you with all of your event needs!
To book any skating, bowling, or pool parties, to reserve bowling lanes or to reserve pavilions please contact our office secretary, MaryBeth Foor, at 814-793-2176 ext. 21 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For any general park information please contact our office secretary, MaryBeth Foor, at 793-2176 ext. 21 or email email@example.com
Check out our calendar to see what is on today’s schedule!
Look under the Calendar/Events tab for information on the Antique Truck Show coming this July!
If you have an inquisitive child that would love learning while having fun, check out www.theminimakers.com
History of The Park at Morrisons Cove
It 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. 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. 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 by the hard work and financial generosity of the community.
Come spend a day or two with us. See you soon at the Park!