If you’re looking for a park or playground nearby, you’re in the right place! Here’s a list of places you can visit around North Penn, Souderton, Central Bucks, Upper Bucks, and others in Montgomery County area.
To get directions to each facility, click on the linked address.
To learn more about a facility, click on its name.
Lansdale & Hatfield Area Playgrounds
Bustard Road Park: 1979 Bustard Rd, Harleysville, PA
Centennial Park: 37 N. Market St, Hatfield, PA
Clemens Park (John S. Clemens Memorial Park): 500 Fairgrounds Rd, Hatfield, PA . Currently walking paths and open fields often used for softball, cricket, and soccer. Perimeter path is mostly flat with only small hills – great for young bike riders. Hatfield Twp does have plans to renovate (playground included!) in the coming years, so stay tuned!
Edgewood Park: Edgewood Drive, Hatfield, PA
Fischer’s Park: 225 Bustard Rd, Lansdale, PA. Two playgrounds to choose from! A mostly fenced-in tot lot area with climbing equipment, spinners, and slides that stay close to the ground on a smooth surface. Positioned next to a pavilion – great for when shade is needed. A second playground available with larger slides and equipment for older kids. Toddler, regular, and accessible swings available. Read more about the playground in our Playground Positives feature on Fischer’s Park!
Fourth Street Park: 351 E 4th Street, Lansdale, PA
Heritage Park at Heather Meadows: 264 Towamencin Ave, Hatfield, PA
Plains Park: 50 W. Orvilla Rd, Hatfield, PA . Fenced-in playground with tons of toddler equipment, a tire swing, large climber, and swings (toddler, regular, and accessible). Woodchip base. Best feature is that this one is almost entirely shaded due to the large trees around the perimeter – a great one for younger kids on sunny days!
School Road Park: 1619 School Road, Hatfield, PA
Stony Creek Park: 200 E. Hancock Street, Lansdale, PA
West 5th Street Park: W Fifth Street, Lansdale, PA
White’s Road Park: 400 White’s Rd, Lansdale, PA
North Wales & Montgomeryville Area Playgrounds
Fellowship Park: 125 Meadowood Dr, Lansdale, PA
Garfield Park: S Broad St. & Garfield Ave, West Point, PA
Montgomery Mall: 230 Montgomery Mall, North Wales, PA. Indoor play area with easy restroom access in front of Sears on the first floor (close to elevator). Learn more about the play area in our Playground Positives feature on Montgomery Mall!
Montgomery Township Community & Recreation Center: 1030 Horsham Rd, Montgomeryville, PA. Several climbers, slides, and swings (toddler, regular, and accessible) on a smooth surface. Some tarps above for shady spots (up seasonally). The hallmark of the Montgomery Twp CRC playground is the Splash Park! The Splash Park is free and open to the community during the summer months. Restrooms and water fountains are available.
Parkside Place & Park-Sci Playground: 1 Parkside Place, North Wales, PA . A large wooden castle is the feature of this awesome playground! Tons of places for kids to run, jump, slide, and swing. A sandbox and separate play structure for younger ages is available. Walking trails available in this park. Find it in front of the Nor-Gwyn Pool.
Rexdale Park: Ivy Ln & Grannery Ln, Upper Gwynedd Township, PA
Spring Valley Park: 1411 Upper State Rd, North Wales, PA
Wee Walers Park: 332 Shearer St, North Wales, PA
West Point Park: Garfield Ave & 2nd St, West Point, PA
Whistlestop Park: 88 County Line Rd, Chalfont, PA . Past the basketball court, find a covered playground – great for sunny days! Several slides, bridges, climbers, slides, swings (regular and toddler), and a tire swing. Some pavilions nearby as well. Porta-Potty often available. Learn more about the playground at Whistlestop Park in our Playground Positives feature here!
Whittaker Park: Whittaker Pl & Armstrong Dr, West Point, PA
Windlestrae Park: 1147 Kenas Rd, North Wales, PA
Harleysville, Souderton, & Telford Area Playgrounds
Alvin C. Alderfer Park: 420 Oak Dr., Harleysville, PA
Branchwood Park: Camp Rd. & Landis Rd, Telford, PA
Charles L. Reed Memorial Park: 155 Clemens Rd, Harleysville, PA
Chestnut Street Playground: Wile Ave & W Chestnut St, Souderton, PA . Tot lot with lots of climbers, pirate ship, bridges, and slides on a smooth surface. Great for younger ages! Additional play area with traditional equipment. Swings (toddler, regular, and accessible) available.
Daniel W Roth Park (a.k.a. Harleysville Duck Pond): 312 Maple Ave, Harleysville, PA.
Forrest Meadow Park: 128 Forrest Rd, Telford, PA.
Franconia Community Park: 671 Allentown Rd, Telford, PA.
Heckler Plains Park: 237 Landis Road, Harleysville, PA
Lawn Avenue Park: Lawn Ave. & Washington Ave, Souderton, PA
Robert Clemens Bucher Park: 411 School Ln, Harleysville, PA
Salford Community Park: 139 Ridge Rd, Telford, PA
Souderton Borough Community Park: 459 Wile Ave, Souderton, PA.
Telford Municipal Park: Church Ave & Washington Street, Telford, PA. Find this great one right next to the Indian Valley Public Library! Tons of climbers, swings, and more. Learn more about the playground in our Playground Positives feature here!
West Street Park: West St. & Green St, Souderton, PA
Ambler, Blue Bell, & Fort Washington Area Playgrounds
Mondauk Common Park, Ambler
Pen Ambler Park
Oxford Park, Lower Gwynedd
Wentz Run Park 100 Anvil Lane Blue Bell Take 202 south to 73. Make a left onto 73. Make second right onto Wentz Road (there will be a sign for the township building and park). Go past the township building and look for signs on the left for the road to the park.
Worcester & Norristown Area Playgrounds
Heebner Park 3114 Heebner Road Worcester Looks like it’s just open field, but there is an area of play equipment for younger + older kids. No swings. Covered area with picnic tables + bathrooms. Walking trails. Really no shade, so better for spring/fall or early am/eve in summer.
Sunny Brook Park 2532 Long Meadow Road Worcester Tot lot, 1 soccer/multi-purpose field, 2 softball fields and restrooms.
Horsham, Huntington Valley, & Warminster Area Playgrounds
Blair Mill Park
Carl Kohler Park 1013 Horsham Road Horsham Take Horsham Road (rt. 463) southeast. After passing Whitemarsh Cemetery on left you will come to a traffic light. Turn right at the light onto Limekiln Pike (rt 152). Go approx ¼ mile. Park entrance is on the left. (Playground equipment is not easily visible from the road, but as you pull into the parking lot you will see it by the bathroom/concession building off to the left.)
Deep Meadow Park
Everybody’s Playground/Luken’s Park
Safety Town at Mason’s Mill Park 3500 Masons Mill Rd Huntingdon Valley Masons Mill offers a unique community complex known as “Safety Town,” to teach children how to obey traffic laws. Renovated in the summer of 2003, Safety Town is one of the park’s many family attractions, which also include three modular play equipment units, a water spray pole for hot summer days, a fitness trail (.72 mile) with 18 stations, wooded walking paths, three picnic pavilions equipped with charcoal grills, drinking fountains and picnic tables, a concert gazebo, horseshoe pits and a 30-acre nature walking area.
Safety Town at Warminster Community Park Safety Town is a miniaturized version of Warminster Township where young children can ride tricycles and big wheels and play in a make-believe town. All the storefronts and street buildings will be local businesses and the safety signs and street markings have been shrunk down to smaller size to help teach the importance of street safety to our youngsters. Stop signs, street lights, a railroad crossing, and pedestrian crosswalks are all included. The buildings have been designed for interactive play and there is even a sandbox. Warminster Community Park, 300 Veterans Way (Johnsville Blvd. & Veterans Way)
Skippack, Pottstown, Limerick, Collegeville, & Green Lane Area Playgrounds
David Meyers Park Gravel Hill Pike Collegeville It has a bathrooms facilities in the summer and is fenced in.
Evansburg State Park 3660 Germantown Pike Collegeville
Fountain of Youth Spray Park, 255 Manatawny Street, Pottstown. This outdoor splash play facility was built and intended as a “free” amenity for the enjoyment of the residents of the Borough of Pottstown. Hours of Operation 10 a.m. to Dusk.
Green Lane Park Routes 29 & 63 Green Lane
Manderach Memorial Park Playground: 180 Swamp Pike, Limerick, PA. Awesome playground here with a large tower, tube slides, a tot lot, a big kid area with tons of slides and climbers, and swings (toddler, regular, and accessible) on a woodchip base. Restrooms available. This playground is part of Limerick Community Park. Learn more about the playground in our Playground Positives feature on Manderach Memorial Playground here!
Palmer Park Skippack off of Creamery Rd. Has 2 playgrounds one for big kids and one for little, basketball courts, tennis courts, walking path and bathrooms.
Doylestown, Chalfont, New Britain, Buckingham, & Jamison Area Playgrounds
Central Park, Kids Castle (aka The Castle in Doylestown/Castle Park) 425 Wells Road Doylestown Kids Castle is an eight story wooden playground structure open to the general public 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset.
George M. Bush Park Cold Spring Creamery Road and Burnt House Hill Road Buckingham
Hansell Park Route 413 and Hansell Road Buckingham Hansell Park is a thirty-nine acre site located at the intersection of Route 413 and Hansell Road. The park features the new band shelter, walking trails, a pond and a playground. All Family Fun Concert Series are held at the Band Shelter.
Holicong Park 5143 York Road Holicong Holicong Park is located on Route 202 across from Midway Volunteer Fire Company carnival grounds.
Peace Valley Park 230 Creek Road New Britain www.buckscounty.org/government/ParksandRecreation/Parks/PeaceValley
Warwick Community Park, 1733 Township Greene, Jamison. Park Features: Recreation Station playground, Spray pole, Walking path, Two basketball courts, Hockey rink, Three soccer/lacrosse fields, Large pavilion, Small pavilion
Perkasie & Quakertown Area Playgrounds
Lake Nockamixon State Park Quakertown www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/nockamixon
Menlo Park, Perkasie
Veterans Park 145 East Pumping Station Road Richland Township Veterans Park is Richland Township’s newest park. The park has four lighted tournament-style softball fields, and two multi-purpose fields that can be used for softball, baseball, soccer, or other field sports. Additional amenities include a picnic pavilion with picnic tables and charcoal grills, tot lot playground, and a 1/2 mile walking path with exercise stations and park benches.
Other Noteworthy Playgrounds:
Saucon Valley’s “Promenade Shoppes” Pop Jet Fountain, learn more here…
Wall Park, Cheltenham
Ashbridge Memorial Park, Lower Merion
Norristown Farm Park