News/Alerts

GREEN LANE PARK PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTs

ATTENTION TRAIL USERS - THE GRATERFORD PARKING LOT/ TRAILHEAD WILL BE CLOSED THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 2ND.  WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

BEGINNING MONDAY FEBRUARY 21ST, 2022, DEEP CREEK LAKE WILL BE CLOSED FOR FISHING UNTIL 8AM SATURDAY APRIL 2ND, 2022.  THE ONE EXCEPTION WILL BE SATURDAY MARCH 26TH, WHICH IS THE STATEWIDE MENTORED YOUTH TROUT DAY.

Green lane park was recently awarded a dcnr Community conservation partnership program grant for the update of the park's master site development plan.  master plans provide a framework to guide management and park decisions for years to come.  throughout the process, it is imperative to allow the public to partipate so that all user groups are heard to determine future park needs.  if you would be interested in particpating, please contact greenlanepark@montcopa.org.

**DEEP CREEK LAKE IS CLOSED UNTIL SPRING 2022 DUE TO ICE.**


REGISTERED BOATERS 

Boat registration will begin on Tuesday March 1st, 2022.

Call the main park office at 215-234-4528 to make an appointment for registration.  Registration is at the Green Lane Park Main Office, located at 2144 Snyder Rd., Green Lane, PA 18054.

****DO NOT GO TO WALT RD. FOR REGISTRATION****

The first day you may bring a watercraft to Walt Rd. to begin the AQUA-required 10-day quarantine is Wednesday March 23rd, 2022 (if registered).

PA Trout Opening Day is Saturday April 2nd, 2022.  This will be the first day you may use your watercraft on the reservoir.

Please call the park office at 215-234-4528 with any questions.


**We at the park wanted to put out some information about all of the tree work that has been and will be going on here at GLP in the future.

The emerald ash borer beetle has degraded numerous trees in and around the park. We are committed to only removing potentially dangerous trees around the park and trails.

Please be aware that this is happening throughout the County and with other parks in our department.

We will put out more information as we get it.

On a side note, with all of the tree loss, the park has partnered with the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy to do two tree plantings a year for the next couple of years. Thanks to Ryan and the crew there!