Dog Park Orientation

2021 Dog Park Orientation Dates Coming Soon! Location: Community Meeting Room click here to register

Annual Golf Outing

Registration Info coming soon – Contact us with any questions. Join us for Doylestown Township’s…


C&N Amphitheater / Thompson Performing Arts Series.

Laurel Canyon Band  – June 23rd at 7pm. Check back for updates.

Laurel Canyon is an acoustic tribute to the music of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, featuring recreations of their seminal works as well as songs from their early bands and their solo years. The group consists of Grammy Award-winning writer/producer Mark Hudson, Hall of Fame Songwriter Gary Burr, and singer/songwriter Mark Mirando. These three talented, true fans of all things CSN&Y take you back to the days of the palm trees and sunshine of Laurel Canyon, California,…. where some of the greatest music in history was born.

Current Athletic Field Status : Open

Red Cross Blood Drive (June 18th) – Canceled

Canceled by Red Cross due to lack of staff.

Central Park Field #2: Closed for the Season

COVID Guidelines

COVID-19: Wile utilizing park facilities please be respectful to others and adhere to recommended CDC guidelines for social distancing and face coverings as appropriate. CLICK HERE.



Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation is excited to introduce our new website.
We hope you find this website user-friendly and helpful! Here, you can find information on upcoming programs/events, our parks, rentals, and more. Our goal is to improve our connection with the Doylestown Community and make our services more accessible. We welcome any suggestions, comments, and ideas, please contact us at info@doylestownpa.org. Thanks for stopping by, we hope you’ll visit regularly!
Please be patient with us as some areas of the site along with easy-access resources are still under development.

Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to provide a wide range of parks, programs and services that enhance the Doylestown community.  We have seven parks, 30+ miles of trails and over 400 acres of active and passive parkland throughout the township. We strive to preserve, enhance, and protect our parks, facilities  and open spaces while maintaining a vision for the future.