Summer Hot Spots

Residents Share Favorite Summer Activities Around Town

The sun is shining, pools are open and grills are smoking. Whether you are a fan of the sun or prefer the cooler air inside, West Chester and Liberty Township offer something special for everyone. We asked readers and our magazine partners to share some of their favorite activities and spots around town to enjoy while the sun’s shining bright this summer.

“I love running all year, but two of my favorite summer spots are the trails at Keehner Park in West Chester and the trails at Carter Park in Deerfield Township.” —Dr. Kris Titko, Center for Foot Care

“My oldest son is in LSO t-ball, so we will be spending a lot of time on the ball fields this summer. My family likes to go to Voice of America park a lot to play on the playground and walk around. And we finally got season passes to Kings Island, so we’ll be there this summer too.” —Andi Wafzig, EVER Skincare

“I love taking my daughters to Drop-In Storytime at MidPointe Library. It’s a fun indoor activity for really hot days!” 
—Maria Eilers, Reader

“Liberty Center and Union Center have so many wonderful activities in the summer ranging from bands, movies, farmers markets and festivals. You can always depend on a fun, friendly, engaging and safe atmosphere where there is something for everyone! I love the sense of community mixed with an urban vibe in the suburbs.” —Meghan Treglia, Reader

“In the summer, I like to take my daughters to the pool at Four Bridges Country Club and we like to shop and lunch at Liberty Centre. We love West Chester and Liberty in the summer time.” —Tiffany Allen-Zeuch, Sibcy Cline

“This summer I look forward to growing some beautiful red tomatoes in my garden.” —Bill Bross, Reader

“During our Summer Reading Program, not only do we want to encourage children to read throughout the summer, but we also want to help them stay active around our community. On Saturday, July 29, we have a Pokemon GO Walk from MidPointe Library West Chester to the Circle @ Union Center. All ages are welcome to this fun summer activity!” —Cari Hillman, MidPointe Library