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Pennock Park

Herb Pennock Park

Pennock Park is a historic recreational park in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.  The Park boasts two full softball fields with large outfields, covered dugouts, spectator stands, a snack stand, picnic tables, lights, a playground and beautiful landscaping.  In addition, there is a  ¼ mile compacted stone dust trail that winds around the perimeter of the Park.  This trail is part of the Kennett Greenway  ( and connects to the Parrish Trail ( .  The Pennock trail will soon connect to downtown Kennett Square.  The Park is located at 650 W. South Street, Kennett Square, PA 19348.  To reserve fields, please contact  

The Park is named after Herb Jeffries Pennock.  Herb Pennock (Feb. 10, 1864 – Jan. 30 1948) was born in Kennett Square, PA and was a professional baseball pitcher.  He played in Major League Baseball from 1912 through 1933.  Pennock played for the Philadelphia Athletics (1912-15); the Boston Red Sox (1915-17 & 1919-22); the New York Yankees (1923-33); and the Boston Red Sox (1934).  He is a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

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