Thursday, June 12, 2014

The Grass is Always Greener

Blogger's Note: The following was provided by Pottstown Borough.

The Borough of Pottstown is pleased to announce the grand opening of Manatawny Green, Pottstown’s own miniature golf course, located at 71 West High Street, on Friday, June 13.

Manatawny Green offers 18 holes and is ADA accessible.

The facility will be open seasonally, Tuesday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Check out our concession stand for snacks and beverages, featuring Nelson’s Ice Cream and Berks Hot Dogs. 

Plenty of parking is available on both King and West and High Streets.

Manatawny Green has transformed a formerly vacant industrial property into a green gateway, providing a vital link between multiple recreation and cultural amenities in the Borough of Pottstown.

Situated along the banks of the Manatawny Creek, Manatawny Green is a pedestrian and bicycle-friendly destination. 

Visitors can bike the Schuylkill River Trail north to Manatawny Green, play a round of mini golf, and enjoy the nearby Pottsgrove Manor, Memorial Park, and downtown Pottstown.

Michael Lenhart, Director of Parks and Recreation, describes Manatawny Green as a “fun-filled family friendly experience offering a unique recreational opportunity showcasing the best that Pottstown has to offer.”

Borough Manager Mark Flanders said “this has been a long journey from concept to reality,” and added that he is “excited that the efforts of many have come together.” 

“Manatawny Green has finally come to fruition,” he said.

The project was made possible through the generous support of Montgomery County’s Open Space Program, the Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation, and the PECO Green Region Program.

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