Oak Hall Regional Park is a beautiful, 68-acre park located in the shadow of Mount Nittany near Boalsburg, PA. Oak Hall Regional Park is home to four multi-purpose softball diamonds, a concession stand, walking path, and restroom facilities. Today, the Complex continues to be home to various recreational activities, including the popular Adult and Youth Flag Football Program, local softball leagues, as well as local and regional softball tournaments for both youth and adults.
In May, 2009, the initial Master Site Plan for Oak Hall Regional Park was presented to COG General Forum with the plan officially being approved in October of the same year. There was an additional amendment to the Oak Hall Regional Park Master Site Plan in 2011. Oak Hall Regional Park officially opened on May 2, 2015 after Phase I was complete. Phase II will include a playground, picnic shelters, and related amenities, additional walking and biking paths as well as parking lot improvements.
The PSU RPTM 433 Research Class from the Spring 2018 Semester conducted a playground research study on behalf of CRPR and in regard to several local parks. The survey included in-person interviews and on-site research. The students then presented their data and findings via a poster presentation in late April 2018. If you're interested in their results, please click HERE.
If you would like to donate toward the Phase II development of Oak Hall Regional Park, click here. At this time, there are no municipal or CRPR funds earmarked for the Phase II development of this park. Your help is greatly appreciated so that we can see this park through to its full development!