The Borough owns an approximately 6.7-acre parcel on which there are two baseball diamonds, dugouts, a storage shed, restroom facilities, backstops, bleachers, and a refreshment stand. This field is maintained by the Borough and used by local baseball leagues throughout the spring, summer, and fall. The field was purchased from the American Legion Home Association of Myerstown in 1969 for $40,000.
William L. Derr Community Pool
On March 12, 1957, Borough Council approved a swimming pool project proposed by the Lions Club of Myerstown, who would donate funds for construction. On July 4, 1958, the swimming pool opened for the first time, and has been a favorite spot to congregate on hot summer afternoons ever since.
Myerstown Recreation Area
On February 21, 1968, a Resolution was passed by the unanimous vote of the Uhrich Playground Assocation to sell a 14.28-acre recreation area located between South College Street and South Railroad Street, between Center Street and West Richland Avenue, to the Borough for $25,000. At the time, the park consisted of the Isaac Meier house, a swimming pool and wading pool, bathhouse, macadam play lots, macadam ice skating rink, tennis courts, and the fish dam.
Myerstown Summer Playground Program
Are you looking for a healthy, interactive and enjoyable summer for your child? Youth ages 5-13 are welcome to come to the Myerstown Summer Playground Program where they will participate in sports, games, crafts and much more throughout the summer. The program is sponsored by the Myerstown Recreation Board so it is free for all participants!
Participants are welcome to attend on a drop-in basis on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The more the merrier, so be sure to tell all your friends! Two enthusiastic playground leaders are waiting for you at the Myerstown Recreation Area. They will organize daily events to keep the summer fun and interesting.