Friends of Coleman Memorial Park
1400 W. Maple Street, Lebanon, PA 17046
99 acre multi-use community park located in the City of Lebanon. Established in 1936 as a gift to the City of Lebanon.
Click HERE to read a short history of the park .
Coleman Memorial Park is a 99 acre, multi-use community park located in the city of Lebanon, in south central Pennsylvania.
For more than 75 years, residents and visitors alike have enjoyed the many recreational and family friendly features of this beautiful city park.
There are basketball, tennis and pickleball courts, a children's playground area, and picnic pavilions. The "Field of Distinction" award-winning premium baseball field hosts local and regional tournaments, which attract teams from seven eastern states. The little league fields are used throughout the season by local leagues.
For the nature lover, there's a walking trail where many rare and beautiful species of trees and scrubs can be seen. Throughout the summer, free musical and theater events are hosted at the Veteran's Amphitheater.
Historic markers and Iron Furnace ruins mark the site of former mansions of the Coleman and Brock families.
The Lauther Water complex, includes a 175 ft water slide and three separate swimming areas to accommodate swimmers of all levels.
There's something for everyone at Coleman Memorial Park.