Recreation/Culture


Parks



Lower Nazareth Township believes in recreation facilities for residents of all ages. Preservation of open space for active activities and passive forms such as hiking, fishing, picnicking are a priority. Lower Nazareth is continuously adding public recreational facilities to the township.

Lower Nazareth Township Park

This 18-acre park is located behind the township municipal building on Butztown Road. Presently this facility includes: six baseball/softball fields, two football fields, two tennis courts, shuffleboard, bocci, playground equipment, picnic pavilion, restroom and a concession stand.

Georgetown Road Park

This 5-acre site situated north of Georgetown Road and Steuben Road is considered to be a “Greenbelt Park.” The preserved open space is intended for passive recreation activities such as freeplay or walking.

Hahns Meadow Park

This beautiful 15-acre park gently traverses meadows and woods along the Monocacy Creek, south of Hanoverville Road. Hahns Meadow is also considered a “Greenbelt Park” and offers activities such as fishing, walking and hiking.

Surrey Glen Park

This 14-acre park is located near the Surrey Glen subdivision, near the crossroads of Steuben Road and Georgetown Road. This park, adjacent to the Monocacy Creek, hosts activities such as soccer and field hockey.

Louise W. Moore County Park

Northampton County owns this 125-acre park near Country Club Road in the southeastern part of Lower Nazareth. Facilities include: baseball/softball fields, volleyball courts, a badminton court, playground equipment, tennis courts, pavilions and picnic tables. Contact Northampton County directly about rental of Louise Moore Park facilities.

Sports


Lower Nazareth Township has several sports programs available. This program is run by the Lower Nazareth Recreation Association. The Association receives monetary support as a subsidy of Lower Nazareth Township.

BASEBALL

Tom Kilareski, Commissioner (570) 436-0286
Email: tjkilareski@gmail.com
Web Site: www.lnbaseball.com

SOFTBALL

Tom Kilareski, Commissioner (570) 436-0286
Email: tjkilareski@gmail.com
Web Site: www.lnbaseball.com

FOOTBALL

Nick Funari, Commissioner (610) 762-1770
Email: nick.funari@littleblueeaagles.org
Website: www.littleblueeagles.org

CHEERING

Noelle Kondikoff, Director (610) 442-3501
Email: noelle.kondikoff@littleblueeagles.org
Website: www.littleblueeagles.org
Mindy Heimbach, Director no phone
Email: mindy.heimbach@littleblueeagles.org
Website: www.littleblueeagles.org

BASKETBALL

Charles Doherty, President (201)-815-7159
Email: charlesd@blueeaglesbasketball.com
Web Site: www.blueeaglesbasketball.com

*Facilities Use Policy*
Facilities Use Permit Application
Background Check Policy
Volunteer Application – *Please note – When updating clearances they must be submitted to each sports organization.
Link for obtaining clearances

Adult Activities Group


Visit the Lower Nazareth Adult Activities Group for a pleasant way to pass the afternoon. Adult Programs Lower NazarethThis very active group meets every Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 12:45 to 3:45 p.m. at the Lower Nazareth Municipal Building at 306 Butztown Road. Play a card or table game, or just chit chat. Friday is set aside for Bridge playing. Lessons are available. Members may also utilize an outside pavilion that contains shuffleboard and bocce courts.

Midpoint of each session there is a break for refreshments. An annual summer picnic is held at the pavilion in June and in December there is a Christmas luncheon. There are also covered dish affairs, luncheons and overnight bus trips. Most of the activities are free. This is due to the generosity of the Lower Nazareth-Hecktown Lions Club and the Township.

Other activities are planned in addition to the regular meetings. Every Friday several of the members meet in Bath to bowl. Members will often meet for lunch or dinner at local restaurants. Tours and overnight trips are planned to places such as Atlantic City or Cape May.

Lower Nazareth’s older citizens are invited to join this active and friendly group. There is no membership fee and no dues. For more information, call Mark Pucillo at 610-746-1095.

Memorial Library


Library of Nazareth & VicinityLower Nazareth Township is proud to support the Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity. The Township budgets an annual contribution in support of the library’s commitment of developing lifelong readers and providing a community focal point for people to enjoy the word of knowledge.

The Township also provides a satellite location for Kids’ Story Time. Click here for more information.

Summer Park Program


The 2017 Summer Park Program will be a six week program commencing on Tuesday June 20, 2017 and concluding on Friday July 28, 2017 and is available to children between the ages of 5-12 years.  Program hours are Monday-Friday 9:00am to 12noon. The program is held at the Lower Nazareth Municipal Park located at 306 Butztown Road.  Fees are tiered for both residents and non-residents of Lower Nazareth Township.  The program is limited to a maximum of 150 children.  Once the limit is reached, registration will be closed.

DO YOU ENJOY WORKING WITH CHILDREN…? Applications are currently being accepted for Junior Leaders for this year’s program. Interested parties must be at least 17 years old or entering their senior year in high school. Responsibilities include keeping children active and engaging them in fun and challenging activities while maintaining a safe environment. Applications are available at the Township Office, 623 Municipal Drive. All applicants are subject to background clearances per PA State Law (Act 153 of 2014 & Act 15 of 2015).

Registration Night is April 19, 2017 5:00PM – 7:00PM & will be held in the Township Building Meeting Room located at 306 Butztown Road:

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2017 Calendar

Regular Fee: Lower Nazareth Resident Fee:
$75 per child $70 per child
$130 per 2 children per family $120 per 2 children per family
$155 per 3 or more children per family $145 per 3 or more children per family