Parks

Pavilions are available to rent at each of our four recreational areas. Download the Pavilion Rental Form for details.

Jackson Meadow Park

Located at the corner of N. Goodwill St. and W. Jackson Ave., this park offers a playground, tennis courts, basketball court, and pavilion.

Jackson Recreational Park

Located between Creamery St. and S. Fairlane Ave., just south of W. Main Ave., this park offers fields for various sports, a pavilion, ½ mile walking path, and Lebanon County’s first disc golf course.

Lakeside Park

Located at the corner of E. Main Avenue and Quarry Dr. The park is 28 acres and features an 8 acre lake. The park also includes a street hockey rink, a picnic pavilion and a youth baseball field. Lakeside Park Rules Prohibited by Ordinance: Overnight Camping, Open fires, Alcoholic Beverages, Firearms or Airguns, Vehicles with Sleeping Accommodations, Off Highway Motorized Vehicles, Discarding of Any Trash, No Swimming, and Motorized Boats. Park closed from dusk to dawn.

Fairlane Avenue Park

Located on S. Fairlane Ave., just south of W. Main Ave., this park offers fields for various sports, one of which is the beautiful Rager Football Field, home of the Myerstown Panthers. In addition to a ¾ mile walking path, now offers a pavilion with brand new bocci ball courts. Enjoy Bocce Ball Saturdays at 11am. Everyone is welcome!

This video shows current and past cleanup operations at the former site of Whitmoyer Laboratories. Located in Jackson Township, the site occupies 22 acres in a rapidly developing rural residential area. Included is an interview with a Jackson Township supervisor, current views of site and athletic fields, and an interview with the president of a local youth soccer club which uses the site.

Activities For Adults

DISC GOLF LEAGUE: The Lebanon Valley Disc Golf Club is open to all individuals aged eighteen and over. The season generally runs from early March to the end of September.

Learn More: Lebanon Valley Disc Golf Club

MYERSTOWN ROLLER HOCKEY LEAGUE: The Myerstown Roller Hockey League is open to all individuals aged eighteen and over. They offer both spring and fall leagues.

Learn More: Myerstown Roller Hockey League

MYERSTOWN STREET HOCKEY LEAGUE: The Myerstown Street Hockey League is open to all individuals aged eighteen and over. They offer both spring and fall leagues.

Learn More: Myerstown Street Hockey

Activities For Youth

BASEBALL: Take your pick between three baseball opportunities; youth baseball, youth legion baseball, and legion baseball. Ages very for these opportunities and games typically began after the school season has ended.

Learn More: Youth Baseball
Youth Legion Baseball

BASKETBALL: This opportunity is available for both boys and girls. Practice usually starts around the middle of December and games run through February.

Learn More: ELCO Youth Boys Biddy Basketball

CHEERLEADING: The Myerstown Panther Cheerleading program is open to all girls between the ages of six and twelve. This program coincides with the Myerstown Panther football program.

FOOTBALL: The Myerstown Panther Football program is open to all boys between the ages of six and twelve in the ELCO School District. this is a traveling league.

Learn More: Lebanon Valley Midget Football League
Myerstown Panther Football

PLAYGROUND: The Jackson Meadows Playground Association welcomes all children that reside in the township into the program. This program generally runs during the summer when the children are not in school.

Learn More: Jackson Meadows Playground Association

SOCCER: Soccer opportunities are available as part of either a recreational or travel team.

Learn More: Lebanon Valley Youth Soccer League
Myerstown Soccer Club.
Reading Berks Junior Soccer League
Lancaster County Soccer League
ELCO United Soccer

SOFTBALL: Softball opportunities are available as part of a travel and non travel team.

Learn More: ELCO Youth Girls Softball Program
Richland Legion 12U & 14U Fast-Pitch Travel Softball

WRESTLING: The Elco Youth Wrestling program is offered to all children from age four through sixth grade. At the youth level, wrestling is primarily not a team sport and therefore tournaments are voluntary.

Learn More: ELCO Youth Wrestling

TENNIS: The ELCO Tennis Boosters Club offers some spring programs for children between the grades of first through eighth grade. Their focus is to develop strokes, skills, movement and all-around knowledge related to tennis. These programs are typically held May through July.

TRACK: There is a Track and Field program offered to children in the ELCO School District between the ages of 1st and 6th grade. Registration usually takes place in March. Practice generally starts in April with the meet occurring in mid-May.

Learn More: ELCO Youth Track