Plumstead Township 

Parks & Recreation

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Field and facility rental information can be found on the Plumstead Township Website. 


Plumstead Township Parks
Allohaken Park- 4731 Landisville Road at Bergstrom Road
-33.25 acres
-Natural wildlife area open to walking
-Regulation 90' base path baseball field

Owls Nest Park- 5367 Silo Hill Road (Between Route 611 and Curly Hill Road)
-26.16 acres
-Natural wildlife area open to walking
-ADA trail
-Boardwalks over wetlands
-Outdoor classroom with educational signage 
-Picnic area
-Fishing pond

Jennifer Schweitzer Park- 5651 Potters Lane (between Curly Hill Road and Stump Road)
-11 acres
-Wildlife area with walking path and foot bridges
-Tot-lot and swing set
-Regulation 60' base path baseball field

Landis Park- 4060 Gregory Drive (in the Landis Greene development)
-7.25 acres
-Natural wildlife and wooded area with 1.25 mile paved bike/walk path
-Two regulation 60' base path baseball fields
-Tot-lot, swing set, basketball court, open hand court
-20'x40' pavilion
-Born learning trail
-Ice skating rink

Joseph E. Hanusey III Community Park- 4757 Gordon Road, Doylestown
-48 acres
-Two baseball fields
-Two soccer (all purpose) fields
-Three basketball courts
-Lighted fields
-Two bullpens
-One batting cage
-One pavilion 
-Extensive walking trail 
-Community building with public restrooms
-Walking path connecting the park to Patriots Ridge

Veterans Park- 5775 Easton Road (In front of Plumstead Christian School)
-.825 acres
-Park design is based on "A Yellow Ribbon-Symbol of Hope"
-Five alcoves, one for each branch of the military
-Etched plates in each alcove, depict the history of the respective branch
-Two honor roll boards
-The park was designed by students in DelVal College's Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences
-Park includes a walking path around the park, a foot bridge and a stage area

North Branch Park- 4980 Ryan Road
-Approximately 2 acres
-Neighborhood park
-Baseball field
-On street parking only

Cabin Run Park- 4921 Heritage Drive
-Neighborhood connecting trail
-On street parking only 

Gardenville Fields (Neighborhood) Park - 4650 Strouse Lane

-Neighborhood Park

-28 acres

-Two soccer/lacross fields

-Two baseball/softball fields

-All purpose sports fields

-ADA accessible with ADA access to each field & walking path connecting to existing neighborhood

-Sitting benches along the way

-Bike racks

-On street parking only

-Educational signage (like Owl's Nest) - coming soon

Park Policies
-Park hours are sunrise to sunset 
-Parks do not have comfort facilities available
-All areas are open to the citizens and general public on a first come first served basis
-Organized group gatherings require completion of a Facility Use Form.
-Forms may be obtained on the Township website of from the Public Works office by calling (215)-766-0189 between 7:30am-4:00pm Monday through Friday.

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Area's Covered Bridges


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