Gall Farm Preserve Master Site Development Plan
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Click here to download the Gall Farm Preserve Site Plan
Gall Farm Park
This land was acquired by the County in 2003 to be developed into a regional park. The property—made up of four parcels, two north and two south of Gall Road—has farmland (leased), woodlands and the Little Bushkill Creek, with steep slopes on the eastern side of the stream. Scenic views are available in almost all directions from the highest elevation on the largest parcel. The Plainfield Township Recreation Trail runs through the western part of the property. An agricultural easement is on the northeast side and an agricultural security area is located on the eastern side of the property.
Location: Plainfield Township
Activities: Hiking, birdwatching, fishing.
Amenities: Presently undeveloped.
Watershed: Little Bushkill Creek
Directions: Located on Gall Road.
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 40.774537, Longitude: -75.262215
Area: 150 Acres
Owned by: Northampton County
Pets: Must be on a leash less than 6 feet in length.
Environmental Features: Woodlands, wetlands, agricultural fields, steep slopes, slate quarries, Little Bushkill Creek. Located in the Bushkill Creek Corridor Greenway.
Established: Acquired in 2002; currently in park planning design phase.
Current Projects: Under park development. The County started working on a master site development plan in March 2018.