Exploring Bellefonte: Talleyrand Park

It’s been just over two weeks since Sean and I picked up our lives and moved to Bellefonte, Pa., after I started my own business.

While it’s been a whirlwind of unpacking, business meetings and trying to figure out our new life, there has been (very little) down time to explore and learn more about our new community.

With a new, flexible schedule, I’ve been able to take the dogs downtown to walk frequently, and have visited Bellefonte’s Talleyrand Park quite a bit.

“In the 1960s, Bellefonte Borough Council developed plans for a park at the site of the deteriorated McClain block,” according to the Bellefonte Historical and Cultural Association’s website.

The park has a brick-covered seating area that surrounds a beautiful fountain, large gazebo and walking path that runs through great landscaping along the water.

Historical photos of the area that became Talleyrand Park are available for viewing here.

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