COVID-19 Parks Information
Lancaster City Parks
The City of Lancaster is home to a variety of public parks and spaces, including:
Binn’s Park 100 N. Queen St.
Brandon Park 525 Fairview Ave.
Buchanan Park 901 Buchanan Ave.
Conestoga Creek Park 1255 S. Duke St.
Conestoga Pines 150 Arthur E. Morris Pkwy.
Crystal Park 525 First St.
Culliton Park 210 Conestoga St.
Holly Pointe Park 300 Holly Ln.
Long’s Park 1441 Harrisburg Ave.
Mayor Janice C. Stork Corridor Park 449 N. Mulberry St.
Musser Park 135 N. Lime St.
Penn Square Intersection of King St. & Queen St.
Reservoir Park 701 E. King St.
Rodney Park 200 Crystal St.
Sixth Ward Park 680 E. Ross St.
South End Park 10 Furnace St.
A variety of parks and public spaces are available for the public to use for activities and events.
To reserve a park pavilion in Buchanan, South End, Sixth Ward or Reservoir Parks for a small event or private gathering, please download and complete the Park Pavilion Rental Permit Application found in the Documents & Resources tab below. To hold an event in Long’s Park, please download and complete the Long’s Park Pavilion Rental Permit Application below. Park Pavilion rentals and Long’s Park events are managed by the Bureau of Operations. As of April 15, the City of Lancaster is accepting Park Pavilion Rental Permit applications for events no earlier than May 1 with no more than 20% capacity. Permit application and capacity limits are available below under Documents & Resources.
To reserve open space in a park for a public event, please complete the Facility & Activity Permit. For large-scale events like a festival, concert, or run, please also complete the Special Event Permit. Both are found in the Documents & Resources tab below. Facility & Activity and Special Event permits are managed by the City of Lancaster Office of Promotion.
Beau’s Dream Dog Park
Local resident Angela and her dog Beau won the 2012 Beneful Dream Dog Park contest that brought a $500,000 dog park makeover to Lancaster’s Buchanan Dog Park. This is 1 of 3 parks in the country built by Beneful’s Dream Team of DIY network star Jason Cameron, pet expert Arden Moore and Interior Design Star Nate Berkus. The new park was unveiled on August 6, 2013 as Beau’s Dream Dog Park. It features a small and large dog area, both with splash pads.
The park, located inside Buchanan Park, 901 Buchanan Ave., is free to enter and is open year-round from dawn until dusk. See below for dog park rules and regulations.