Ontelaunee Park in Lynn Township was established in 1929 by Homer Nathan Snyder.
Many of its early attractions made the park a popular place for people to visit.
Coal car Engine No. 99 pulled passengers through a tunnel and around the swimming pool.
At one time, Ontelaunee Park had its own baseball team that played teams from the surrounding area.
The park, a fun, family friendly place for all ages to enjoy became such a popular destination the Reading Railroad created a stop there.