Chubb Park is a municipal park featuring ball fields, tennis courts, a playground, pond with a fountain, ice skating and sledding in winter, and portable restrooms.

A pond with a fountain is surrounded by a paved path--the Taylor Walking Path--which measures 0.25 mile and is fully accessible. At two points on the paved path, there are short connectors to the Patriots Path in the adjacent woods.

The large, grassy municipal fields host many events during the year, including the popular 4H Fair, Firemen’s Carnival, and Oktoberfest.

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Taylor Walking Path

The Taylor Walking Path is a paved path around the pond at Chubb Park, measuring 0.25 miles around the loop. Many walk here for exercise, and complete 4 laps to complete a mile. The path is flat and fully accessible, as is the access path from the parking area which includes several handicapped parking spots. The Taylor Walking Path is named for Len and Lois Taylor. Len was president and founding member of the Chester Historical Society (CHS) and a Chester Township councilman. He and his wife Lois worked tirelessly to carry out the CHS mission of preservation, information, and education of Chester’s history.

Length: .25 mi.
Usage: Strollers
Terrain: Flat, Paved

Chubb Park Red Spur to Blue Spur

The red spur starts from the last parking lot in Chubb Park, next to the ball fields and the playground. A Patriots Path post is located on the eastern edge of the lot. The Path descends through the field past the tennis court, reaches a woods road in 300 feet and then turns left into the woods, gradually descending. It crosses a paved park road in 200 feet and a powerline at 0.2 mile, then descends more steeply through a short overgrown section, regains the open woods, and reaches the end at the Blue Spur at 0.3 mile.

Length: .3 mi.
Usage: Hiking, Biking, Equestrian, Strollers
Terrain: Hilly, Flat, Paved

Patriot's Path: Blue Marker

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Patriot's Path: White Marker

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