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| Union Township's Brownsville Park
located off of Brownsville Road is a flurry of activity in spring, summer, and
fall. The upper field was built by the Finleyville Soccer Association in
1992. The upper field is actually a full size soccer field (120 yards long
x 80 yards wide) with legal size goals. However, the field is divided into
smaller fields with temporary goals to allow the Under 6 and Under 8 teams to
practice during the week and play games on Saturday.
The lower Brownsville field is shared between baseball and
soccer. This baseball field is currently the only field on Union Township
property. Also on the Brownsville Park site is a recreation/concession
building. This building is available to rent to the residents. Please
click on the Brownsville Park link to review the building rules and regulations
and to obtain rental information.
To keep the younger children entertained, new playground
equipments was installed at Brownsville Park in the Spring of 2004. Bring
the kids and check it out.
Games are going on
in Union Township in the Spring and Fall. Please look at the sports
scheduled before using the fields.
associations are using the Brownsville fields, the use is based on a first-come,
first served basis unless the field or Recreation Building was reserved.
was created in 2001 by the Union Township Recreation Board. Pleasant
Stream park is located on Jason Drive by Value Cleaners near the intersection of
Brownsville Road and Route 88. Two playground centers are on the site. Bring the
little kids and enjoy.
| The Nike site may be
the next Union Township recreation area. The Township Supervisors are
working hard to get the area into Township ownership. With the township sports associations
growing the way they have been over the years, this area cannot come at a better
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