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Colonial Park is an unincorporated community in the Lower Paxton Township of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. The census-designated place (CDP) is also part of the Harrisburg–Carlisle Metropolitan Statistical Area. It has a population of 13,583 and offers a dense suburban area feel. 53% of the residents in the community own their homes. The median home value in Colonial Park is $157,100. The median rent price is $1,055. Households in the area make an annual average income of $52,306.
Colonial Park is a retail center for the surrounding area. One of its main retail spaces is the Colonial Park Mall on Jonestown Road. Opened in 1960, it serves the northern and eastern suburbs of the Harrisburg metropolitan area. During its early years, the mall was an open-air center known as Colonial Park Plaza. In 1970, it was redeveloped into an enclosed mall and renamed Colonial Park Mall. The one-story mall is now home to stores and services like:
It also including dining options such as Buffalo Wild Wings, Osake Japan Grille II, China Max, Pizza Anela and Magic Bubble Tea. The anchors for the mall are Boscov's and Sears. It was once anchored by The Bon-Ton, Pomeroy's and Food Fair, its developer. As of 2017, it is owned by Kohan Retail Investment Group. The mall opens Mondays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. On Sundays, it is open from 12 to 6 p.m.
Colonial Commons is another major retail spot for residents and visitors to Colonial Park. Also situated on Jonestown Road in the northeastern part of the community, it offers a Cold Stone Creamery, Hobby Lobby, Hibachi Buffet Harrisburg, JOANN Fabric and Crafts, DICK'S Sporting Goods, Sally Beauty, Marshalls, H&R Block, Ross Dress for Less, Hong Kong City, Noodles and Company, Olive Garden Italian, Kathy's Hallmark Shop, Sally Beauty, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Five Guys, Starbucks and more.
Next to the Colonial Commons shopping center is the 41-acre Brightbill Park. Operated by the Lower Paxton Township Parks and Recreation Department, it features four lighted tennis and pickleball courts, three basketball courts, three baseball fields, one softball field, one multipurpose field, a playground for 6 to 12 years olds, a nature trail, a pavilion, three charcoal grills, water fountains and restrooms. The ball fields and pavilion can be reserved for private parties. The park is also home to the Friendship YMCA, Santanna Field and Heroes Grove Amphitheater.
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