Site Plans / Trail Map
West End Regional Park is a 244-acre natural area located in the northeastern quarter of the West End Region in Monroe County, Pennsylvania. The purchase of the park site and initiation of the master plan was undertaken as a cooperative effort of Chestnuthill, Eldred, Polk, and Ross Townships. The four Township s formed the West End Parks and Open Space Commission, and participated in the creation of the West End Open Space and Recreation Plan in 2002. The Open Space and Recreation Plan recommend developing the 244 acre tract on Merwine-Hilltop Road in Chestnuthill Township as a central multi-use recreation facility. The Chestnuthill Board of Supervisors initiated this planning project in cooperation with Eldred, Polk, Ross Townships, and the Pleasant Valley School District to develop a Master Plan to create a vision for West End Regional Park. Throughout the park planning process Polk and Eldred Townships deferred decisions to Chestnuthill and Ross Townships and did not participate.
Regional Trail Map
(includes single track multi use trails)
Want to hike, run, bike or walk in the great outdoors? You can do it all at the West End Regional Park, 578 Evergreen Hollow Rd-Brodheadsville. If you haven’t been to the park recently, you’ll be pleased to see that there are new additions there: exercise stations along the Fleetwood Trail, benches have been added along the field trail and several miles of single track trails have been added to the existing three miles of double track trails. There’s a trail suitable for everyone!
Download trail map