Blair Township Parks & Recreation
Park & Recreation Overview
Blair Township Park is located on the corner of Vance Road and County Road 633 right next to the Blair Township Hall. This park is a sports activity based park, which holds, three ball fields, a .75-mile walking path, a splash pad and a small play area. This facility has a full restroom in a picnic pavilion. As of January 1, 2018 there will be no renting and reserving the pavilion it is strictly first come first serve basis.
BLAIR TOWNSHIP PARK ORDINANCE #112, ADOPTED BY THE BLAIR TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES JANUARY 13, 1987, AMENDED BY THE BLAIR TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES DECEMBER 8, 2015, AMENDMENT PUBLISHED DECEMBER 15, 2015, AMENDMENT EFFECTIVE DATE JANUARY 15, 2016.
The game of disc golf consists of throwing a flying disc from the teeing area to a basket by means of a throw. One stroke is counted each time the disc is thrown. The winner is the golfer with the lowest score. Players shall play the course AS THEY FIND IT leave natural terrain undisturbed and play the disc where it lies, except when thrown out-of-bounds. A throw that lands out-of-bounds must be played from the point where the disc went out-of-bounds and incurs a one stroke penalty. Roads and private property are out-of-bounds. A disc stuck in a tree above 2 meters also incurs a 1 stroke penalty. Never throw until the players ahead of you have completed the hole, and until the fairway is completely clear of spectators and park guests. Respect the course, the wildlife, the players around you and other park users.
DO NOT TRESPASS! If your disc lands on private property consider it lost!
For more information on rules and regulations of disc golf visit www.pdga.com.
WALKERS HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY
PLEASE DO NOT LITTER
ENJOY THE GAME OF DISC GOLF