Since its dedication in 1981, Steinman Park has become a popular lunchtime destination and gathering place for residents and employees of the Lancaster area as well as a focal point for out-of-town visitors. Located on busy West King Street in downtown Lancaster, Steinman Park is considered one of the most noteworthy contributions to the City’s environment in decades.
This living tribute to John Frederick Steinman and James Hale Steinman provides casual seating and illuminated waterfalls under an airy tree canopy.
A recipient of the National Landscape Award sponsored by the American Association of Nurserymen, Steinman Park has matured gracefully while maintaining its unique character.
Steinman Park was honored by the American Society of Landscape Architects with the 1999 Medallion Award for making a significant contribution of the quality of life in Lancaster and for standing as a notable example of American landscape architecture.