Created By: Mount Joy Borough
This .08 acre park dates back to 1931 where the Waterworks, which is now Mount Joy Borough Authority, built a station that incorporated Mount Joy’s first filtration system and an enclosed water storage tower. The tower was constructed on Donegal Springs Road and was named the Donegal reservoir. In 1952, this reservoir was abandon due to water system upgrades to benefit the water system and Mount Joy Community.
Today as you can see, this park is a sitting park with benches, a planting bed and shade trees. Anyone is welcome to come and relax at the small sitting park. Please no littering and keep pets on a leash at all times and clean up after such animal.
For Rules and Regulations please visit General Park Rules
This point of interest is part of the tour: Mount Joy Borough Parks