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Summer Playground Program
Berks County > Municipalities > Sinking Spring Borough

The Borough of Sinking Spring has two Playgrounds. The main playground is located at 200 Evans Avenue and is staffed by one playground supervisor, and four assistant playground leaders. The hours of operation are: 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. Monday thru Friday, and from 6 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. Monday thru Thursday. There is plenty of equipment, basketball and tennis courts, volleyball, a pavilion, restrooms and lots of shade to go with all the fun.

The second playground is located at the intersections of Brookfield Avenue and Brook Hollow Drive and is staffed by one playground supervisor and one assistant. The hours of operation are 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. Monday thru Friday, and from 6 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. Monday thru Thursday. There is plenty of equipment, a basketball court, restrooms and a new pavilion.

Great News!
Sinking Spring Parks and Recreation will be offering a summer playground program for 2021!!
We have put into place procedures to do our best to provide a safe environment. We will continue to follow the procedures we put into place for last summer. It may be a little extra based on this year’s recommendations. Last year’s program went well, so we thought we would just stick with what worked.
***Please read the procedures to ensure you understand what we are doing to create as safe an environment as possible while still allowing the kids to have an active and social summer. There is a continuum of comfort levels as we are in social environments. You must decide what is best for your family.
It is ultimately up to you as a parent to determine if you are comfortable having your child attend this summer program. Consider what we have in place and decide if you feel safe for your child BEFORE you register. If you decide not to attend this year, we understand, and we hope to see you next summer!***
This is the link to our online form. Please read the guidelines and fill out the form online. Payment can be made online or by check. Registration is not complete without payment.
We are looking forward to a summer of fun! Thanks for choosing us!

 

 

Main Playground - Ruth and Evens Avenues
Main Playground - Ruth and Evans Avenues

Brookfield Manor Playground - Brookfield Avenue and Brook Hollow Drive
Brookfield Manor Playground - Brookfield Avenue and Brook Hollow Drive

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