West End Park & Open Space Commission

The West End Park and Open Space Commission provides essential public services of regional economic stimulation, environmental stewardship, and social stability through healthful recreational and cultural programming and responsible stewardship of parks and open space.

The commission will plan and develop the West End Regional Park located at 578 Evergreen Hollow Road, Saylorsburg. Phase One which consists of a picnic pavilion, parking area and a 3/4 mile shared-use trail, recently dedicated as the Dave Fleetwood Memorial Trail has been completed. Currently raising funds to move onto Phase Two ... a Leash-Free Dog Park.

Thanks for your support and be sure to review the many ways you can help Build Your Community Park.

Share your passion!

We're always looking for new programs.

The West End Park and Open Space Commission is always looking to add new programs and classes that are of interest to our community. If you have a special skill, interest, or talent and would be willing to share your passion with others, email or phone us at 570-992-9733 to discuss your program.

Download program registration form.

Become a friend ...

of West End Park & Open Space Commission.

Friends of WEPOSC (West End Park & Open Space Commission) is a non-profit, tax-exempt PA corporation created to provide funding to support community projects, programs, recreational activities and the West End Park development. Attend a meeting and find out how you can help!

Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday each month at the Chestnuthill Twp. Park Bldg, 221 Rt. 715 — Brodheadsville starting at 6:30pm. Email or phone us at 570-992-9733 for details.

Don't miss these events!

Upcoming highlights at your Parks

West End Park and Open Space Commission sponsors these programs.  Be sure to visit the calendar to view a complete list of events.


Wellness Classes at the Chestnuthill Park, 221 Rt 715-Brodheadsville

                     with Leslie Glover: CANCELLED until further notice--to be re-evaluated when our county is designated to be in Green as determined by Governor Wolf and in accordance with the CDC guidelines.--Restart TBA based on COVID 19 Guidelines for Monroe County

    FitDance:  Tuesdays at 6pm  

    PiYo: Tuesdays at 7:15pm and Thursdays at 6pm  

    Tai Chi*: Tuesdays at 10am

          FEES ALL CLASSES: $10/class, $45/5 sessions, $80/10 sessions  


BINGO willl return this Fall (based on Health Guidelines @ 6:30pm and the 3rd Friday each month therafter (February 21st--restart Fall 2020 TBA) 50/50 Gauranteed Payout!  Door Prizes·Raffles·Pull Tabs


Father's Day Grilling Potholder Craft on Sat. June 20th at the Ross Township Park, 258 Anchorage Road, Saylorsburg from 10am - Noon drop-in: Kids will get everything they need to decorate a potholder for DAD to use with your BBQ! FREE drop-in event while supplies last. If you are exhibiting any signs of sickness, kindly refrain from attending.  info


TENNIS LESSONS in June-July at PVMS:  CANCELLED due to COVID 19 restrictions.


SUMMER DAY CAMPPostponed to 2021 after considering all aspects, most importantly the safety of our campers, within the parameters of operating in a public park while maintaining the PA and CDC Health Guidelines related to COVID-19.


VIRTUAL Summer Crafting with Kim--JUNE Handprint Crab Virtual Craft. Materials pick up Sat. June 20 at Ross Township Park from 10 am--noon OR Tuesday June 23 from 4-5:30 pm at Chestnuthill Park (while supplies last).  EVENT TUESDAY June 30 by LIVE ZOOM (i.d. 853-2406-2698) to be posted on WEPOSC's Facebook page to view at any time.  info


Discounted Attractions: available in Summer of 2020


McMichaels Creek "FLY Fishing Permits"  1/2 day permits for Chestnuthill and Jackson Twp Residents ONLY. In partnership with Pohoqualine Fish Association   info   signup 

View our Events/Programs Calendar.

We need your help ...

to ensure the enduring legacy and natural beauty
of Your Community Park.


We believe a clean, safe and active public park is essential to a healthy, thriving community and we need your support to develop the West End Regional Park.

WEPOSC receives minimal public funds to maintain and grow its 244 acres. Our ability to care and develop the park is dependent on individuals like you.

There are many ways to help. Join us as a financial supporter, and you can be part of the West End Regional Park that residents will appreciate for generations to come. <learn more>



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