Abington Youth Soccer and Abington Travel Soccer.
These leagues operate to serve more than 1,600 young players on over 80 teams. For boys and girls ages between 4 and 17.
Abington Girls Softball
Home for the Abington Area Girls Softball League with about 300 participants on about 20 teams. For girls ages between 7 and high school. Abington Heights varsity, junior varsity and freshman softball teams practice on Softball Fields A and B before their season.
The Abington Community Garden is a 100-plot, 2 acre cooperative family gardening project started in 2008. The garden area is enclosed by 6-ft fencing to keep deer and smaller critters out, and is served by water for irrigation.
The Abington Senior Center is contained within Abington Area Community Park. Membership is open to area residents 55 and older.
Eston Wilson Lake, is a stocked, 13-acre stream-fed lake. PA Fish Commission rules apply including a requirement for a fishing license for those over 16 years of age. Open for ice fishing as well.
Warm-water fish such as large mouth bass, bluegill, calico bass or crappie, perch and catfish are settled in the lake. PA Fish Commissions plans to begin stocking some trout in the spring of '09.
There are two fishing dock installed during the warm weather, both of which are accessible to those in wheelchairs. One requires travel over a grass path to get to the dock on the dam, the other is served by a paved path that connects a second pier directly to handicapped parking spaces in our lot.
A summer camp for middle school aged children made its debut in 2008, and will operate under the name of Earth Camp begining in the summer of 2009. The camp is designed to focus on matter involving our Environment, Art, and Healthy living. The program is a partnership that includes Lackawanna County, Abington Heights School District and its Educational Association, Keystone College, and the Scranton Area Foundation.
Boating is permited on Eston Wilson Lake, a 13 acre stream fed lake. Limited to non-engine, non-motorized, non-trailered watercraft under 20 foot in length. PA Boat Commission rules and regulations apply including the requirement to have safety life vests and emergency whistle or signal in watercraft. A volunteer effort is underway to create a launch for trailored boats which may be usable sometime in 2009.
Hiking and Walking
The Park consists of 100 acres of developed and undeveloped land. Make use of undisturbed land on both sides of Route 307 Winola Road. Presently, there are is a one-mile rustic hiking trail behind and above Eston Wilson Lake. Pets and adults welcome!
Bird & Animal Watching
Home for numerous native bird and animal species that habitate the wooded areas, open fields, wetlands and lake. There are some migratory fowl that use the lake as a stopping off point. Blue Heron are common. White Tail deer, woodchuck or groundhog, and turkey are numerous. There have been sightings of bobcat, fox and coyote at the park.
Wedding & Family Picture Setting
Home to many natural sites of land and water.