See the park through the eyes of the Friends of Glen Providence Park, who have spent the last decade discovering and documenting its rich history, plants, and wildlife! Over the past year and a half, we have all been more thankful than ever for the natural open space in this 33-acre glen.
There is so much beauty to be found — gazing up, peering down, taking a step back, or focusing in close. You won’t see the park the same way again. Take a virtual tour with the Friends, and fall more in love with Glen Providence Park!
Here’s the zoom meeting, August 14th, 2021
About the Friends of Glen Providence and the Park:
This year, the all-volunteer Friends of Glen Providence Park are celebrating their 10th anniversary! Their mission is to preserve and enhance Delaware County’s oldest park, which was donated in 1935 as a Bird Sanctuary and Arboretum. Due to the elegance of its WPA structures and its decades of community events, Glen Providence was determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.
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