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Stone House (1216 Parkside Drive N.)
Berks County > Municipalities > Wyomissing Borough
 
 

Stone house

PARTIES, PICNICS OR MEETINGS:
The Stone House may be used by Borough residents for parties and meetings.  The non-refundable fee is $135.00 per day, plus a $20.00 cash key deposit.  Reservations should be made at least three weeks in advance of the event by contacting the Recreation Director at 610-376-7481 or dhollinger@wyomissingboro.org.  Reservations are on a first come, first served basis.

Facility capacity for the Stone House is 40 people. Tables and chairs provided in the rental fee. Please note that during the summer the facility is not air-conditioned, but fans are provided.  Do not try to open windows because they are secured for security purposes.  No cooking facilities on premises. 

GUIDELINES:
          1. Alcoholic beverages and glass containers are not permitted on the grounds
              or in the Stone House.
          2. The water in the pond is not chemically treated nor supervised by the
              recreation staff and should be considered unsafe for wading or swimming.
          3. Any activity at the Stone House is at the risk of the parent or adult
             supervisor.

ICE SKATING
Season skating for Borough residents will be provided as conditions permit.  it is recommended that helmets be worn when playing Ice Hockey.