On Friday, July 16th at 9:30 AM we're offering a second free program for
children ages 4-6 to learn abouit the birds that live on Monocacy Hill. Click on the above title to learn more!
Thanks to all of you who have saved your Redners
tapes for us. The funds from this program have paid for several park improvements such as new picnic tables and
the new kiosk.
REDNER'S SAVE-A-TAPE PROGRAM
REDNERS NOW HAS NEW REWARDS CARDS, BUT THEY ARE STILL USED FOR THE SAVE-A-TAPE PROGRAM.
A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL FUND-RAISING EFFORT THROUGH REDNER'S WAREHOUSE MARKETS "SAVE-A-TAPE" PROGRAM.
OUR ORGANIZATION WILL RECEIVE 1% OT THE TOTAL OF ALL ACCEPTABLE REGISTER TAPES SUBMITTED. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEARN THE DETAILS OF THE PROGRAM AND WHAT TAPES ARE ACCEPTABLE. THEN, IF YOU WANT TO SUPPORT MHCA'S MISSION WITH
LITTLE OR NO EFFORT AND NO ADDITIONAL OUT-OF POCKET EXPENSE, STUFF A STASH OF ACCEPTABLE REDNER'S REGISTER TAPES
IN OUR GREEN BOX LOCATED AT THE PARK ENTRANCE (SHOWN ABOVE) OR SEND THEM IN AN ENVELOPE TO:
MHCA P.O. BOX 3 DOUGLASSVILLE, PA 19518
WELCOME TO OUR
ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION AND MONOCACY HILL RECREATION AREA, AMITY TOWNSHIP, BERKS COUNTY, PA.
Location markers were installed along the trails at Monocacy Hill. They are located approximately every half
mile and will be used by emergency responders to locate anyone who might need assistance while hiking.
Each location marker is tied to GPS coordinates to pinpoint an exact location. Please be aware of these markers
as you hike on the trails. If you are injured or lost, call 911 and give them the number of the nearest
location marker. Be safe and remember to be out of the park before dark.
Monocacy Hill Recreation Area is a 428 acre forest located
in Amity Township , Douglassville, PA. This recreation area was purchased by Amity Township in 1967 for
open space and recreation purposes. It features about 6 miles of forest trails and is open year round from
dawn to dusk for a variety of activities. Park rules and trail maps are available at the park entrance on Geiger Road.
Click on the picture below to view a short video montage of Monocacy
Hill by Daniel Marmontello -- and don't forget to view in "full screen"!
MONOCACY HILL - Video by Daniel Marmontello
Click on the Photo for a Video Highlighting Monocacy Hill
For those interested in the many varieties of wildflowers found on Monocacy Hill, we've
included posters of spring and summer wildflowers on our website. It is our hope that you can use this information to
further enhance your enjoyment of your walk through our little natural wonder right here in the heart of Berks County.
Click on either page below to see an enlarged view.
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