Saturday, September 25, 2021
Rain date: Sunday, September 26th
Admission & Parking: Free
The County of Chester and West Whiteland Township will be hosting a Community Day Celebration at Exton Park. The event will feature live music, food truck vendors, kids activities, vendor fair, touch-a-truck area, and more! Fireworks at 7 pm.
If interested in being a Wellness Vendor at this event, please complete an application. Vendors must complete an application and adhere to the Vendor Guidelines and Policies, all of which are found on the Vendor Guidelines page.
Free parking is located at the Valley Creek Corporate Center. Parking is located approximately 1/4 mile from the event. Handicap parking is located off of Church Farm Lane.
About the Trail Partnership
The Chester Valley Trail project is a partnership that involves inter-agency cooperation on many levels, including local, state, and federal governments, area businesses, and local residents, all committed to seeing it through to completion. The trail, in its multiple phases, affects the municipalities of East Caln, East and West Whiteland, and Tredyffrin Townships, and Downingtown Borough in Chester County, as well as Upper Merion Township and Bridgeport and Norristown Boroughs in Montgomery County. There is currently 13.5 miles of trail open in Chester County.
About the Park Partnership
In June 1994, the Chester County Commissioners and the West Whiteland Township Supervisors jointly purchased 727 acres of land from the Church Farm School in heavily developed eastern Chester County to become a future park site, now referred to as Exton Park. Focusing on open space preservation, as well as the recreational needs of a rapidly growing community, the Township and County developed a Memorandum of Understanding outlining the details of the sale as well as a commitment to mutual cooperation in the park planning process.
The County portion includes the Chester Valley Trail, facilities, and playground. The Township's property houses Pennypacker House, three multi-use fields, and the mowed pathways and trails surrounding the pond.