Welcome To Groff Memorial Park
Our mission is to provide a green space for reflection and rejuvenation for visitors and introduce them to the beauty of native Pennsylvania plants and trees.
Take The Virtual Tour of the Park and Learn About The Plants in the Park
The park’s self guided tour offers you an interactive experience allowing you to get to know the native plants that are showcased here and learn more about the family that is a rich part of New Holland’s history.
If you love this park please get involved. We would love to post pictures you have taken of the park and of you and your loved ones enjoying the beautiful landscape.
Get InvolvedWant to get your hands dirty and help the park grow into the future? You can get involved in volunteer days held regularly.
Find Out About Upcoming Park EventsCheck our calendar and see if there are any upcoming events at the park!
Learn More About The Family Who Created Groff ParkLearn about the family with deep roots in the New Holland and greater Lancaster community that built this park.
Relax & RechargeTake your time as your stroll around the grounds of Groff Memorial Park. Consider learning more about the native plants that dot the landscape. Identify the plants in our virtual tour which you can take right on your own phone. Find out what grows well in your climate and get ideas for your own garden!
Maintenance & UpkeepHelp keep the park beautiful! The park needs regular upkeep and needs willing volunteers to help plant new parts of the garden. We’re always trying to improve the park, you can help!
Future and Past Events At The Park!
PawPaw Festival 2018 PawPaw FestivalParticipants enjoyed tasting ripe pawpaws and learning about the Park's pawpaw patch. The event was made sweeter with some hand churned ice cream. Pawpaws will continue to ripen throughout the month of September and into early...
Help Keep The Park Growing
You can help keep the park a sustainable part of the broader New Holland Community. Take a minute to fill in our brief questionnaire and see how you can help keep this park thriving into the future.