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Furnace Dam Park
S 10th St & Furnace St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Water adds reflective beauty to any park and that certainly is true of tiny Furnace Dam Park along South 10th Street,More  just east of Broad Street. In fact, the pond takes up most of the park. Children love fishing in the pond and feeding the ducks.
South 4th Street Park
300 Fairview St, Emmaus, PA 18049
Despite its name, this park is not on South 4th Street. You reach it by taking 4th up South Mountain until it ends,More turning left onto Fairview and following Fairview around a bend until it ends. The entrance to Shelter House, one of the borough's historic treasures, is next to the park. The park itself consists of two baseball fields with a soccer field between them. Like the field on Klines Lane, the most amazing thing about this park is that such level playing fields were carved into the slope of the mountain.
Triangle Park
S 4th St & Main St, Emmaus, PA 18049
When the fountain is operating in warm weather months, this tiny park glistens like a jewel in the heart of Emmaus.More Previously just a lawn with a very large evergreen tree, Triangle Park has become a centerpiece landmark. It was completely redesigned to become more resident friendly. The $305,000 project was completed in 2009. A hotel and a stable once stood on the site of the park. Borough officials promise a cut evergreen will be decorated in the park every Christmas.
Emmaus Community Park
1401 Shimerville Rd, Emmaus, PA 18049
Formerly known as Pine Tree Park, a small amusement park, it has been Emmaus Community Park since 1957. Whether you comeMore for music, a ball game or just to let your kids play in its playground, you can enjoy many hours in the park. Eventually you will barely notice trains rumbling by on busy tracks flanking one side of the park and the Pennsylvania Turnpike carrying noisy traffic on another. The park's amenities include the borough's swimming pools, baseball fields and the open-air Performing Arts Pavilion, where many folks enjoy band concerts in summer. The park has many picnic pavilions, which should be reserved in advance. It also has a paved walking trail that passes over Leibert Creek, which has been allowed to revert to a largely natural state to prevent soil erosion. The park is along Shimerville Road just off Pennsylvania Avenue.
Churchview Park
4602 Kohler Rd, Zionsville, PA 18092
There is no view of a church from Churchview Park. Its name comes from the fact that 10 acres of the 17-acre  parkMore remain undeveloped and abut nearby Churchview Road. The seven acres of the park that are used by residents are along Kohler Road. This unusual little park consists of nothing but a paved walking path that circles a sloping meadow next to a railroad track. It offers children and adults a safe place to walk, jog, skate or bicycle. Do one loop and you've covered a quarter mile. The park land is owned by Lehigh County, but the township has a 99-year lease.
Borough Line Park
Mountain Blvd & Glenwood St, Emmaus, PA 18049
This 5.5-acre park is nestled against the base of South Mountain. The northernmost park in Emmaus, it can be reached byMore driving to the end of either Alpine or Glenwood streets. A parking lot is available on the Alpine Street side of the park. Borough Line got its name because it is along the eastern borough line, adjoining Salisbury Township. It has a baseball field, a picnic pavilion, two tennis courts, a basketball court, volleyball, swings and playground equipment. The park is next to Wildlands Conservancy's South Mountain Preserve, which has a trailhead at the end of Alpine Street.
Mystic Chain Park
3718 Main Rd E, Emmaus, PA 18049
Mystic Chain Park has a banquet hall that is available for private parties, rentals and other events. The park alsoMore hosts family friendly events such as the Vera Cruz Community Association's Easter Egg Hunt and Halloween Parade. A call is recommended to inquire about rental hall availability and upcoming events.
Cintas Park/Klines Lane Fields
E Main St & State Rd, Emmaus, PA 18049

What's most unusual about this park is you have to drive through the parking lot of the Cintas Work Uniforms companyMore to reach it. The best thing about the park is the Knauss Homestead, a Revolutionary-era farmhouse built in 1777. It truly is one of the borough's hidden treasures. Near the homestead is the Emmaus Commemorative Garden.

The park also features a ball field and a small soccer field. Although no formal pathway links them to Cintas, the isolated Klines Lane soccer/field hockey fields are a short walk up the hill and across the railroad tracks. To reach Cintas, drive under the train bridge next to Superior Diner and turn right into the parking lot. To reach Klines Lane fields, take Klines Lane up the hill off Main Street. The parking lot is on the left just beyond Rodale and the tracks.

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