The Multi-Purpose Court is now open! The court was made possible with a DCNR Small Community Grant and over 130 hours of volunteer hours. There are portable pickleball nets and paddles available in a green container near the court. Handicapped access is available via cement sidewalks. Come and enjoy!
Become a Friend of the Park
We need your support to keep the Clifford Park growing! The Clifford Township Parks & Recreation
Board is pleased to announce its park donation program. Click here for more information.
The Park is located at 119 Cemetery Street, directly behind the Township Building. The 29 acre park offers a variety of recreational opportunities including more than a mile of walking paths, a baseball field, two playgrounds for ages 2-5 years and 5-12 years, a pavilion, basketball and pickle ball courts, soccer nets, access to the East branch of the Tunkhannock Creek for fishing, and plenty of open space for unstructured play. Benches and picnic tables are located throughout the park and heated restroom facilities are available year round.
Get outside this winter! Enjoy the park. The paths are plowed so walkers can enjoy the quiet walks through the park and along the Tunkhannock Creek during the winter months too. Bring your dogs! Cross country ski or snowshoe next to the paths and check out the new pavilion!
119 Cemetery Street, PO Box 339
Clifford, PA 18413
Office May Be Closed, Please Call
570-222-9364 for Appointment
24 HR DROP OFF Box located on front
porch of Community Center Building
Clifford Township Walking Trails
Clifford Township, with partial funding from the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR), has developed of system of walking/biking trails at the Community Center, 119 Cemetery Street, Clifford, PA. The trails are ADA compliant and with numerous benches. Future projects include a hiking trail through the beautiful forest on the township’s property. The trails are open to the public. The EMHR grant is part of the Community Conservation Partnership Program from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation.
You can find EMHR’s website at: http://endlessmountainsheritage.org/
2020 Trout Season
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), in consultation with the governor and secretary of Health, opened the state’s trout fishing season early, on Tuesday, April 7. Anglers are urged to stay close to home to fish, practice social distancing by staying 6 feet away from others (unless they are members of your household) and fish in areas where there aren’t a lot of other people. Read the full announcement and guidance from PFBC here.
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Mission Statement
The Clifford Township Parks and Recreation Board supports the Clifford Township
Comprehensive Plan by developing and recommending future plans and facilities,
oversees and administers approved plans and programs, and maintains township
recreational facilities in order to improve the quality of life to all through
enhanced recreational, athletic and cultural opportunities.