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Rent a pavilion for your next event & enjoy our beautiful community park! 

The Waynesburg Lions Community Park has three open-air pavilions available for rent for family reunions, meetings, revivals and other activities. The pavilions are available from the third weekend in May to the to the end of October, weather permitting, and at other times with special permission at the discretion of the Waynesburg Lions Club.

 Reservations for the upcoming year will be taken after 9:00am on Jan 1st. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please call 724-627-5284 to make a reservation.

A Perfect Outdoor Venue located at the 

Waynesburg Lions Club Park!
 
The NEW Samuel A. Milliken Amphitheater is available to rent...for weddings, festivals, special programs/ceremonies, theater productions, outdoor church services,music venue and so much more!   

 

The Jaycee Pavilion

Jaycee Pavilion

The Jaycee Pavilion is the largest of the pavilions at Waynesburg Lions Community Park. It has an occupancy limit of 140 and is available for rent for $130.00. The Jaycee pavilion has restrooms and a fireplace for cooking.

 

 

                  

The Scott Pavilion

    

The Scott Pavilion has an occupancy limit of 96 and is available for rent for $125.00. The Scott pavilion has restrooms, but no fireplace.

   

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Moose Pavilion

The Moose Pavilion has an occupancy limit of 48 and is available for rent for $110.00. The Moose pavilion has restrooms, but no fireplace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Waynesburg Lions Community Building  

The Community Lions building is ENCLOSED with a large social room, small kitchenette, and restrooms. It has an occupancy limit of 60 is available for $150.00 / $75.00 security deposit. Security deposit will be mailed back after the building has been inspected.

The Waynesburg Lions Community building can be rented through out the year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
HISTORY OF THE
WAYNESBURG LIONS COMMUNITY PARK

In 1967, the Waynesburg Jaycees approached the Lions Club about taking over the Community Park they had established in 1959. The thirteen acres that comprised the park—located next to the Central Pool along PA Route 21 just east of Waynesburg—was donated to the Jaycees by Dr and Mrs Grover C Powell as a recreational area for the community. Committees from the Lions Club and the Jaycees met, discussed the practicalities and agreed to the Lions Club becoming owners and custodians of the Community Park. The proper deed was drawn and filed and the Lions Community Park came into existence in the spring of 1967.

Since that time, Dr and Mrs Powell donated additional land, increasing the total area of the park to 21 acres. In addition to open space, the park today has three pavilions, playground equipment, a little league ball field and a playground area supported by the Franklin Township Board of Supervisors. Parking facilities are available for at least fifty vehicles. The pavilions are available for rent from mid-May to the end of October, weather permitting, and at other times with special permission at the discretion of the Waynesburg Lions Club. There is no charge for use of the picnic area, playground equipment or other facilities.

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