Coleman Memorial Park

General Information

Coleman Memorial Park is the City’s oldest and largest park, formed in
1936 from 5 Coleman and Brock estates, it was once home to the North Lebanon Iron Furnace.
The park contains both active and passive use areas. The park contains athletic fields which are used heavily by local and visiting leagues. Other recreation facilities at the park include playground areas, tennis courts and basketball courts, as well as a miniature golf course and ice cream parlor/cafe.
There are many areas to picnic and pavilions rentals that are popular for family gatherings or group activities.

The park is open daily from 7:00 AM until dusk. Pets may accompany you but must be on a leash and attended to at all times. Pet should leave no traces other than paw prints. Please be responsible and clean up after your pet.
Engaging in the finding of buried objects with special detectors is prohibited unless given approval beforehand by the park board.

Coleman Memorial Park is part of the City of Lebanon Park and Recreation system. As such, the city has set rules and regulations that govern the use of the park. For everyone’s safety and enjoyment, all visitors are asked to abide by the City of Lebanon Park Rules and Regulations.

Enjoy your visit to Coleman Memorial Park.


The park entrance is easy to miss when traveling south on PA. Route 72. Watch closely for the park entrance sign where you will be immediately turning.