• Powell Stackhouse Park

    Powell Stackhouse Park is a 277 acre nature park located in Westmont Borough, Lower Yoder Township, and Brownstown Borough. The park was a gift to the City of Johnstown from the Cambria Iron Company on March 2, 1931. Read more about the history of the park… The park is open to …

2014 Summer Outdoor Programs

All programs begin at the Fireplace Pavilion (Shelter #2) bottom of Luzerne Path. Sunday May 18, 2014 2:00 pm Spring Flower and Bird Walk: Join Charlie Voytko and UPJ professor Bruce Robart on a walk through the park to identify the jewels that adorn the slopes and branches of Stackhouse …

2014 Summer Learning and Environmental Program

Summer Learning Education Program (SLEP) is a wonderful opportunity for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th graders to study wildlife while on their summer vacation from school. The topics that will be covered are Ornithology, Nature Art, Microscopy, DNA and Sense of Smell. The cost is free, but is limited to …

Powell Stackhouse Park

Powell Stackhouse Park is a 277 acre nature park located in Westmont Borough, Lower Yoder Township, and Brownstown Borough. The park was …

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Mine-Shaft Filled In

The fenced in hazardous mine shaft was a site familiar to many who have walked the park. It was a point of curiosity, speculation …

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Our Trails

Seven miles of trails wind through the 277 acre park. From natural paths that zig-zag through the forest and cross the stream to …

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Directions to the Park

Approaching Johnstown from the west on route 56: At the first traffic light, turn left; at the next traffic light (D street), turn right. …