The parks can be used year round from dawn until dusk. Reservations for the 2018 year's activities can be made beginning January 1, 2018. Contact the Borough office for availability of reservation.
The Shamokin Dam Borough is pleased to announce that a dog park will be located in an area near Weller Field.
View Information on Parks Below:
Jack Treas Park Charles Attig Park
Jack Treas Park
Named in honor of our late, long time Mayor Jack Treas, and dedicated in his name in 2005.Treas Park is 1.75 acres in size and situated on North Old Trail in the borough at the foot of the ramps to the Veterans Memorial Bridge.The park features children’s recreational equipment, full basketball court, entertainment pavilion, dining pavilion with kitchen, picnic table seating and handicapped accessible rest rooms.On site and off site parking is available.The park is the site for numerous social events and gatherings during the spring and summer months.Reservations for the use of the park can be made through the Borough office. The park is open to the public daily, year-round; however the restrooms and kitchen facilities are only available from April thru October.
Charles Attig Park
Named in honor of fallen Shamokin Dam Policeman Charlie Attig who was killed in the line of duty in June 1983.Attig Park is 1.78 acres in size, was opened in 1985 and is located between King Avenue and 8th Avenue in the Borough just north of Maple Street.The park features new children’s recreational equipment, a pavilion for dining or entertainment with picnic tables, ˝ basketball court, and a large open field for volley ball or similar sports.On site parking is available. There are no kitchen or restroom facilities at Attig park.
Named in honor of late Shamokin Dam Councilman Dr. Carl Weller, Weller Park is 5.75 acres in size, was opened and dedicated in 1989 and is located along 11th Avenue near Maple Street. Parking facilities for Weller Park are accessed through Garden Circle.The park includes a fenced ball field suitable for youth baseball or softball games, children’s recreational equipment, dining pavilion with kitchen, picnic table seating, handicapped accessible rest rooms, and a recently rehabilitated hiking trail with bridge along side a small stream.
Located beside the Adam T. Bower Fabri-dam along the Susquehanna River and is a very popular spot for fishing and picnicking.The park is 2.2 acres in size and accessed from North Old Trail at 7th Avenue.In addition to a spectacular view of the dam and the river, the park features some children’s recreational equipment, ample parking, open space for games and activities, a pavilion for dining or entertainment and a short “rails to trails” walking path.This park has no rest room facilities.
Proposed Nature-like Fishway. Construction is proposed to begin in 2011