Through the combined efforts of the Jonestown Borough Council and the Jonestown Park, Rec & Events Committee, it is their vision to create a community in which our residents can take pride in their town and their park.  Annual events such as the Block Party, the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and many others are planned as a way for our friends and neighbors to enjoy the fellowship of each other and to enjoy the great opportunities that small town living can offer.  Jonestown boasts a 65 acre community park; walking, running and biking along the Rails to Trails; water activities on the Swatara Creek; and the Jonestown Tour which boasts a walking trail with many historic structures – some that even date back to the 1700’s!

The Lebanon Valley Conservancy

The Lebanon Valley Conservancy was first formed in 2000 by a group of dedicated individuals representing various conservation organizations and groups that actively protect natural habitats, historic resources and farmland in Lebanon County. Our common vision was to create an affiliation whose mission is to promote the conservation of natural resources, open spaces and agricultural lands through public awareness, education and scientific research.

In cooperation with neighboring conservancies and trusts as well as local and state governments, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy seeks to preserve our area’s unique qualities for the benefit of all.

For more information, please visit their website directly by following the link provided below:

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Lebanon Valley Rails-To-Trails

The Lebanon Valley Rails-to-Trails has been working to provide a safe and enjoyable outdoor space through Lebanon County since 1996. The LVRT Trail Status Report Archive provides a record of our dedication to the health, well-being, and value that outdoor recreation provides to our community and its visitors.

Over 18+ miles of rail-trail have been completed in the southern part of Lebanon County to the City of Lebanon; north of the Lebanon Valley Mall; and a stand-alone section near Jonestown.

To gather more information please click on the link and it will take you directly to the Lebanon Valley Rails-To-Trails website.

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