Wayne A. Grube Park
Wayne A. Grube Park, dedicated in memory of the late Councilman Wayne A. Grube, offers 50 acres of developed parkland, including three picnic pavilions, a sand volleyball court, a playgrounds, a tricycle track, softball field, restrooms, walking trails and a trailhead to the Nor-Bath Trail. Another 150 acres are currently in agricultural lands and leased to a local farmer.
Location: Allen TownshipActivities: Hiking, picnicking, softball, volleyball, children's play, birdwatching.Amenities: ADA Accessible, trails, playground, picnic pavilions, softball field, sand volleyball court, multipurpose field, modern restrooms open April-October (portable toilets available October-April).
Trail Connections: Nor-Bath TrailWatershed: Catasauqua Creek Directions: Park entrance for Pavilions 1 & 2 from Willowbrook Road; park entrance for Pavilion 3 from E. Bullshead Road.GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 40.676396, Longitude: -75.461745Area: 200 acresOwned by: Northampton County Difficulty of Trail: Easy
Pets: Must be on a leash less than 6 feet in length.
Environmental Features: Streamside woodlands, reforestation areas, agricultural fields, Catasauqua Creek, located in the Nor-Bath Trail Greenway. Established: 2011Current Project: Extensive streamside forest planting along Catasauqua Creek in fall 2018. Future Plans: Complete additional park development phases, develop and install interpretive signage about reforestation areas and streamside plantings.