Park & Recreation
2022 Bus Trips with the West Goshen Park and Recreation Department!
Are you suffering from cabin fever…since March 2020? The West Goshen Park and Recreation Department has announced its lineup of spring and summer bus trips for 2022 featuring popular day-trip destinations and an exciting chance to see an amazing Broadway show at an amazing price!
"Hamilton" on Broadway - SOLD OUT
Wednesday, May 4th: This trip is currently full. After spending time on your own in midtown Manhattan catch a matinee of “Hamilton” before concluding with a group dinner at Gossip Restaurant just blocks from the heart of New York’s Theatre District. Just $250 per person includes round-trip transportation, a ticket to the show, dinner at Gossip, and driver and server tips.
New York City
Saturday, June 25th: Ride a luxury motorcoach from West Goshen to New York City where you can catch a show, enjoy world-class dining, go shopping, or explore the Big Apple at your own pace. $45 per person includes round-trip transportation and driver tip.
The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Saturday, July 23rd: Take a ferry from New Jersey’s Liberty State Park to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. The price of $65 per adult or $60 per child (12 or under) or senior (62 or older) includes round-trip motorcoach transportation, a ferry ticket, admission to the Statue of Liberty pedestal and museum, admission to Ellis Island, and driver tip.
Phillies vs. Mets at Citi Field
Sunday, August 14th: What’s better than a summer afternoon at the ballpark? How about field-level seats to see the Phillies take on the Mets at New York’s Citi Field? Travel from West Goshen straight to Citi Field and enjoy field-level seats for the game. $95 per person includes round-trip transportation, a field-level ticket for the game, and driver tip.
World Trade Center Memorial and Museum and Historic Tour of Lower Manhattan
Saturday, September 10th: Take a guided tour of historical Lower Manhattan. Then, after lunch, visit the World Trade Center Memorial and Museum. Cost of $80 per adult, $75 per senior (65 or older), teen (13-17), or veteran, or $70 per child (12 or under) includes round-trip motorcoach transportation, Lower Manhattan Tour, museum admission, and driver tip. Note that this tour requires between one and two miles of walking.
Depending on prevailing guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and the Chester County Health Department, face masks may be required on buses. Masks, proof of vaccination, and photo ID’s may be required for indoor spaces in accordance with local regulations.
For more information about these trips visit www.westgoshen.org. Bus trip brochures are available at the West Goshen Township Administration Building or by contacting Park and Recreation Director Ken Lehr at email@example.com or at 610-696-5266, ext. 4104. Please see the bus trip forms below.
Discover the West Goshen dog park, located at the Robert E. Lambert Park on Pottstown Pike.
The West Goshen Park and Recreation Board voted at its March 18, 2009 meeting to encourage any participants attending a free township event bring a dry good for low-income residents of Chester County. Learn more about how you can donate at these events.
Check out the events and activities put on by the Park and Recreation Department.
The Friends of West Goshen Parks is a non-profit group assisting the West Goshen Township Park and Recreation Board.
Gather information about the Park and Recreation Board of West Goshen Township by reviewing meeting and membership information.
Find out more about the Parks Department of West Goshen Township and the parks they maintain.
Pavilion rentals are available for groups at Barker Park, located on Falcon Lane and Westtown Road, Coopersmith Park, located on Spring Lane, and West Goshen Community Park, located on N Five Points and Fern Hill Roads.
Learn more about safe park use by viewing an infographic with helpful tips for physical distancing in parks.
Access the rules and other important information about the skate park portion of Robert E. Lambert Park.
Have a look at the summer recreation opportunities created by the Park and Recreation Department.