Egolf Park in Bedford, PA 15522

​(just off Rt. 30 at the "Narrows Bridge") ​corner of Egolf & Main Roads


Our "physical" address is 2401 Egolf Road... Use it for GPS).

Corporate address: 5425 Business 220, Bedford.


Nathaniel is making his "umpteenth" trip down over the hill to the nature trail.

Get in touch...

"Ronnie" Cessna is the first to get her face-painting by Jessica Benton.

​Erik & Matthew Semanek and Tom Cessna work on the wood chips on the nature trail.

So many paint choices to make

Gwen Ray, Secretary

133 S. Thomas Street

Bedford, PA    15522

814-623-7839(leave message if unavailable).....or email:

gr8kat@comcast.net

(please note this is .net and not .com)


Visit nature with us!

PLEASE BE SURE TO ALSO LEAVE YOUR TELEPHONE ​NUMBER IN THE MESSAGE BLOCK

We've got this!

   wHAT A GREAT TIME!

Scout Levi Felix donates squirrel feeders and birdhouses.

Our Christmas fresh pine swag sale.  

Sheryl Ritchey is our "chief

bow and swag constructionist".

Without her expertise, we'd be lost!

​Planning, planning...

We are thankful to all the Scouts who helped with many projects.   We also thank the many individuals & companies who have contributed funds or supplies, in support for the revitalization of Egolf Park Preserve. 

​2017 Christmas Swag Sale - Remember us in 2018!

We will also have wreaths for sale.



  • Reservations are requiredfor pavilion use.
  • Contact Gwen Ray for details.
  • Park grounds& nature trail are open to thepublic from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

She'is thrilled to meet Smokey Bear.


Trimming, cleaning


​​The Baby Boomers

provide wonderful music for the event.

Our speaker, PA. Rep. Jesse Topper,  greets Bedford Borough Council Member Steve George

Discussions and "head scratching"....how does this tent go together???

A school once sat on the Egolf Park grounds, referred to as the Fyan School.  Above is an old Teacher's log for the school, but we have no other information.

The upkeep of the Park and continued revitalization for public usage is dependent upon community support whether in labor, materials, supplies, or financial. No donation in any form is too small.

The majority of those standing outside are "member workers", because the Pavilion was full.    HOW WONDERFUL!.

Some Re-Dedication photos of August, 2014:

Nicholas & Nathaniel Semanek, Ronnie Cessna and Stacey Wakeman placing wood chips on the northern end of the nature trail.