Frankenlust Township is
about 26 square miles in size. Our boundaries are from Hotchkiss Road to
Freeland Road and Eight Mile Road to Evergreen Drive. Frankenlust was
originally established as a colony of German immigrants in 1848. The current
township administration building’s ground breaking took place in 1976 and the
dedication of the new building was October 23, 1977. The former building sits
behind our current building near the creek.
is a friendly community with many diverse people. Much of Frankenlust
Township is farm land with room for business as well as rural growth. We
have a Nature Park on the southeast corner of Three Mile Road and Hotchkiss
Road. There are 2 ponds with fish and a nice array of wild life which include
deer, fox, rabbit, birds, raccoon, opossum, and muskrats. Please let us
know if you spot anything new walking about in the park.
is also a Township Park near the administrative building. There are
swings, merry-go-round, a teeter totter, springy animals, a slide, barbecue
grills, picnic tables, a pavilion and a portable john during the warm
months. Squaconning Creek runs along the north side of our Township Park
and if you’re lucky you’ll see fish swimming through.