Parks

Evergreen Park – This 19 acre park is located between Birch Street, Chestnut Street and Park Avenue. The point of the park is adjacent to State Route 66, just south of the rail crossing and the Kane Depot art gallery. This is a developed park with 2 pavilions, a playground, hard courts for basketball, tennis and pickleball, 2 volleyball courts, and a frisbee golf course. The pavilions may be reserved for fuctions by contacting the Borough Office at 814-837-9240, otherwise they may be used first come, first served. Street parking is available all the way around the park.

Glenwood Park – This 45 acre park is located along Hacker Street (SR 321 north). This park has a great baseball field, 2 soccer fields, a playground and basketball court. There is a parking area and parking along SR 321.

Southover Park РThis 35 acre park is located along South Fraley Street (SR 66). This park has a memorial to Kane Borough Police Officer Steve Jerman, our beloved police officer, who was killed here during a traffic stop while on duty on February 20, 1999. Much of this park is wooded, and is used as an outdoor classroom for the children at the adjacent Kane Elementary/Middle School on West Hemlock Avenue. There is a parking area adjacent to SR 66.

Dawson Mini-park – This small triangular park is bound by Dawson and Chase Streets and Kinzua Avenue. This park features a basketball court and swings. Parking is available along the streets.

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