Dingman Township
                           Pike County, PA        



Cornelia & Florence Bridge Preserve

Before his recent death, Township native, Charles Bridge donated his family's 300 acre property to Dingman Township. Charlie had two specific visions for the property - to honor his late wife's and mother's dream of preserving the property and to honor their wish that the land be accessible for public enjoyment.  He also requested that the Park be named the Cornelia and Florence Bridge Preserve in their honor.

The land is divided by US Route 6.  The Southern portion is in Dingman Township, the Northern portion is in Milford Township.  For that reason, the Dingman Township Board of Supervisors has invited Milford Township to join with them in designing and developing the Park.

McLane Associates of Scranton, Pennsylvania has been named to prepare the Master Site Plan.

Bridge Preserve Plant Guide

Bridge Park Trail Map

Revised proposal - North

Revised proposal - South

Revised Draft Master Plan

McLane presentation appendices

McLane presentation at public hearing #2

McLane 10/28/09 power point presentation to the Recreation Board

McLane proposal South side

McLane proposal North side

Charles Bridge Donates Land to Dingman Township

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