Administrative Office

290 South Duffy RoadHours: Monday - Friday
Butler, PA 160018:30am to 4:30pm
Phone: (724) 283-3430Fax: (724) 282-2142
(724) 287-7465info@butlertwp.org

Preston Park

Preston Park

Preston Park SignPreston Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Preston Park consists of 88 acres and is located at 415 South Eberhart Road. Amenities include walking trails, fishing ponds, wildlife, and numerous unique plants. The park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Dogs must be on a leash at all times in the park and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.  Bike riding is not permitted on the wooded trails of Preston Park. Bike riding is permitted on the Sawmill Run Trails at Butler Township Park.
Preston Park Trail Map
Trail Map Supplements:
State Champion Trees
Points of Interest

The Monday Morning Maintenance Crew is a group of volunteers who assist the Buildings & Grounds Department in maintaining the grounds at Preston Park.  The group meets at Preston Park on Mondays from April through October from 9:00 AM to Noon.  If you are interested in becoming a part of this group, please contact Marcie at (724) 283-3430, ext. 212 or e-mail: mlove@butlertwp.org.

Resident Comments Requested

On July 17, 2017, the Butler Township Board of Commissioners approved the administration and preparation of a grant application for the development and construction of a restroom facility and all required infrastructure located at Preston Park.  If any township resident has any comment regarding this project, please send a written response to Butler Township at 290 South Duffy Road, Butler, PA 16001 or email cmcneill@butlertwp.org.


hobnob theatre returns for the fourth straight year with Shakespeare in the Preston Park on August 12-13, and 19-20 with their all-male cast of “Twelfth Night” under the direction of Ken Smith (who portrayed Petruchio in last year’s “The Taming of the Shrew”). hobnob is throwing it back to the days of Shakespeare when no women appeared on stage, and men portrayed all the roles.  The cast will wear Elizabethan costumes, designed and built by local costumers, BJ Herr and Eileen Stroup (of Herr and Ei).  An original score by director Ken Smith will be performed by the actors and musicians as well.  Tickets will be sold at the park beginning at 5:00pm each evening. The play will take place in one location this year. Bring your chairs or blankets and a picnic dinner. Questions? Contact hobnob theatre at 412-736-2535 or visit their website (www.hobnobtheatre.com) or Facebook page (www.facebook.com/hobnobtheatre).

 


Butler County Tourism Video of Preston Park

 

Preston Park has a Facebook Page!