Nazareth Boro Park – Nazareth PA


Nazareth Boro Park (also spelled Nazareth Borough Park) was begun in 1935 as a WPA project. Stone walls, a foot bridge, and an automobile bridge were among the features constructed. By 1937, a bathhouse and an 18,500 square foot swimming pool had been constructed. The pool was replaced in 2015 due to structural damage. The bridges and stone walls and entrance to the park remain. The automobile bridge has WPA 1939 chiseled into the rock.

Source notes

Nazareth Borough Park, Borough of Nazareth Parks and Recreation. Retrieved June 19, 2016
Nazareth History Bites. Nazareth Now!Nazareth Economic Development. Retrieved June 19, 2016

WPA 1939, chiseled into cornerstone of bridge wall

Project originally submitted by Susan Allen on June 23, 2016.

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North Broad Street
Nazareth, PA 18064

Coordinates: 40.748995, -75.310592

One comment on “Nazareth Boro Park – Nazareth PA

  1. What is the building on the path that has water coming out of it?? What was its purpose?

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