Ewing Park

Ewing Park is the largest park in the Borough of Ellwood City and is home to the facilities that Lincoln High School uses for its high school sporting events.  Ewing Park is easily accessible from State Routes 65 and 488.  Streets within Ewing Park include Madison, Jefferson, Adams, and Washington Avenues, all named after United States presidents.  Another main causeway in Ewing Park is Carmen Beatrice Drive, named after the late Carmen Beatrice who was a significant contributor to many Ellwood sports and is recognized and remember by many in Ewing Park and Ellwood City community.  Other attractions include a public pool, picnic pavilions, nature trails, and plenty of other amenities.

Veterans Memorial Pool: (pictured right)

The Veterans Memorial Pool, located in Ewing Park, is open to the public from Memorial Day until Labor Day from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.  The pool is 120 yards in length and is 8-foot deep at its deepest point.  There is also a baby pool, concession stand, and lawn area.  Veterans Memorial Pool deckhouse offers men and women's locker rooms, showers, and restroom facilities.  Life guards patrol the premises and also offer swimming lessons.  The Beaver County YMCA, which currently manages the pool on a daily basis, offers swimming lessons for new and intermediate swimmers.

Tennis Courts:

Four tennis courts populate Ewing Park.

Basketball Courts:

Two basketball courts are located in Ewing Park and are open from spring until fall.  The larger of the two courts located in Ewing Park is caged and the playing surface is made of synthetic rubber.

Walking Trail:

The lengthy walking trail winds down through the wooded area of Ewing Park to the Connoquenessing River, where walkers can break and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Picnic Pavilions:

Picnic Pavilions are a great place to hold a family-reunion or large gathering of friends.  With nine shelters to choose from throughout Ewing Park, you are sure to find the one for your party idea.  All shelters have picnic tables and electricity. Most have a water source.  The larger pavilions can accommodate over 100.

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Kids Created Kingdom: (pictured right)

The Kids Created Kingdom is a large, jungle-gym-type, playpen for children of all ages.  The 200-square foot play area was recently built in 2000 with the help of community members.  Members who helped with the project each have their own brick carved with their name and message in the pathway leading up to the Kingdom.

Baseball Fields:

Three baseball facilities can be found at the northeastern end of Ewing Park. The fields are home to high school baseball games as well as numerous other summer leagues ranging from tee-ball and instructional leagues to legion and county leagues.


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