The Dykeman Spring Nature Trail is a 56 acre park is preserved open space and the 21 acre Dykeman property is listed on the National Register of Historic places. Please click on the links below for a map and information!
Dykeman Park is a fifty acre area surrounding historic Dykeman Springs, a National Historic Register landmark. It consists of a wetlands nature trail, picnic facilities, walking trails, and a Baseball/softball field.
The park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
In accordance with Shippensburg Borough Ordinances, in Dykeman Park no person shall:
- Injure, deface, remove, cut, or damage any trees, plants, shrubs, turf, fields, tables and benches, buildings, structures or fixtures within the park.
- Remove any bench, seat, or table from the park or change the location thereof.
- Conduct themselves within the park so as to annoy any other person.
- Set up any booth, table, or stand for the sale of any article.
- Dispose of any waste or garbage in the park except in receptacles provided therefore.
- Set or maintain any fire except in park provided grills and fireplaces.
- Bring any liquor, malt, or brewed beverages, drugs, or narcotics in the park.
- Operate any motor vehicle, minibike, motorcycle, snowmobile, bicycle, or ride a horse except on hard surface roads designated for vehicular traffic within the Park.
- Engage in fighting, lewd or inappropriate behavior.
- Fish in any park waters.
Pets in Dykeman Park must be leashed and picked up after.
Dykeman Park is a Smoke Free park