Malaga Lake Park is one of Franklin Township’s main recreation sites for hiking, fishing, picnicking, using the playgrounds, and enjoying the lake the outdoors.
Come join your neighbors and friends and help clean up the park and Malaga Park Drive and get everything ready for the season.
WHEN: Saturday, April 22 (Rain date April 23)
TIME: 9:00am – 12:00pm
WHERE Malaga Park Drive
Snacks, water and gloves provided
Sponsored by the Township of Franklin Environmental Commission
Check out the Malaga Lake in Pictures page
Malaga Lake Park is so popular, it has it’s own Facebook Page. Hope to see you there!
Thanks to everyone who lent a hand, a lot of trash was cleaned up at Piney Hollow Park. It’s not a dump, it’s a township park!
Thanks to the DPW for hauling it away.
Spring into Action at Malaga Lake Park.
Your help is needed on Saturday, April 30, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, at Malaga Lake Park to clean up the park and Malaga Park Drive, plant shrubs, and get everything ready for the season. Families are welcome, although children must be accompanied by an adult.
The Franklin Township Environmental Commission will supply the tools and plants and light refreshments will be available. We will gather in the main parking lot at the Park.
Malaga Lake Park is one of Franklin Township’s main recreation sites for hiking, fishing, picnicking, using the playgrounds, and enjoying the lake and out-of-doors generally. The Township is committed to improving conditions at the Park this year, starting with creating a shrub/tree buffer that will help to exclude geese from the grassy areas. The planting at this event will be the start of many improvements.
SPRING FORWARD AT THE PARK on APRIL 30!
See you there!
Now available here: Piney Hollow Preservation Area Stewardship Report
This stewardship report documents site conditions on the property known as the Piney Hollow Preservation Area, also known as McCarthys Lakes, a parcel owned by Franklin Township and open to the public. Site conditions of the property that were assessed include property history, geology and landscape, vegetation, streams and water bodies, documented animals, and present-day conditions of trails, roads, structures, and access as well as any site hazards and issues. Several site visits were made in the fall of 2013.