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Monocacy Meadow is an 8-acre streamside park with a mowed meadow and mature woodlands. The park provides for easy fishing access to Monocacy Creek, where several fish habitat structures have been built into the streambank.
Location: Bethlehem Township
Open: Sunrise to sunset
Activities: Picnicking, fishing, birdwatching
Amenities: Mowed streamside meadow for passive recreation, picnicking and fishing.
Watershed: Monocacy Creek
Directions: Located at intersection of PA 191 and Brodhead Road
GPS Coordinates: 40.681625, -75.341355
Area: 8 Acres
Owned by: Northampton County
Difficulty Trail: N/A
Pets: Must be on a leash less than six feet in length.
Environmental Features: Streamside meadow and woodlands along Monocacy Creek, a High Quality-Cold Water Fishery. Located adjacent to the Dutch Springs Natural Heritage Area and within the Monocacy Creek Greenway.
Future Plans: Improve parking lot for better driving surface and stormwater drainage.