Parks

The Doylestown Township Department of Parks and Recreation offers a variety of services and activities to residents and visitors.  The park system provides wonderful opportunities for residents and visitors to explore and enjoy. Our 400 acres of dedicated parks and parkland include 7 parks that range in size from 6 to 140 acres. Our parks are diverse and offer both active and passive areas and include both organized and self-directed activities and special events, wildlife/plant observation and interpretation. Active pursuits such as hiking, biking, exercise, tennis, Pickleball, and other recreational pursuits are also enjoyed. Planning a visit to one of our parks? Prior to your visit, please read the park rules!

Bridge Point Park

Address:  30 Edison Road, Doylestown, PA 18901

This small “pocket” park sits adjacent to the Neshaminy Creek Bridge Point Park consists of two acres located mainly within the floodplain. Passive recreation opportunities include walks along the stream bed, fishing, picnicking, an 1820’s Wheelwright shop and a bit of nostalgia.

Amentities
Amentities
  • Stream bed walks
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Wheelwright Shop
Castle Valley Park

Address: 425 Wells Road, Doylestown, PA 18901

A 3.8 acre waterway park that is part of a Neshaminy Creek Watershed Rivers Conservation Project. If you love to fish or just seek tranquility, this is a park you’ve got to check out.

Amentities
Amentities
  • Parking lot
  • Picnic benches
  • Walking trail
  • Waterfront access (steps)
  • Nature trail
  • Education kiosks
Central Park

Address: 425 Wells Road, Doylestown, 18901

A 140 acre community park providing for a multitude of active and passive recreational opportunities including family gatherings, picnics, organized athletics, walking, biking  as well as passive and natural areas.

Amentities & Trail Connections
Special Features
Amentities & Trail Connections
  • 5 Athletic Fields (soccer, lacrosse, etc.)
  • 2 Picnic Pavilions
  • Kids Castle Playground
  • Tot Lot
  • Amphitheater
  • Sensory Trail
  • Adult Functional Exercise area (LifeTrailÒ)
  • Tennis / Pickleball Courts
  • 2 Bocce Courts
  • Environmental Education Area
  • Outdoor Classroom
  • Interpretive Environmental Education Areas
  • Outdoor Game Grove (chess/checker tables)
  • 2 Ponds
  • 3+ Mile Trail (linking to additional bike/hike trail system

Central Park Trail Connections

  • Neshaminy Greenway
  • Destination Doylestown
  • 202 Parkway
Special Features

Amphitheater & Band Shell
The Amphitheater is home to the annual Thompson Performing Arts Series. The band shell can be rented for outside events and does require submission of a Special Event Application

Sensory Trail
The Sensory Trail is an area where families and their children can enjoy nature and interact with the nine sensory stations.  The 385-foot trail was created with nature and accessibility in mind. Each of the stations contains an activity to enhance sensory integration. School groups are welcome but do need to register in advance. Please call us at 215-348-9915 to schedule your visit.

 Environmental Education Area
An area designed to complement and protect natural features while at the same time provide for integration of public participation and education resources to township residents and visitors.

Kids Castle Playground
The large community built playground opened in 1997 and has seen many renovations, the most recent the addition in 2019 includes a large inclusive structure and supporting pieces.

  • Closed from 7 am – 10:30 am the first Tuesday of each month for  general maintenance.
  • Group Day.

Due to COVID-19 all group day options have been canceled for the balance of 2020. 

Neamand Park

Address: 61 Radcliff Drive, Doylestown, PA 18901

A passive park integrated within the Doylestown Crossing Development easily accessible from Central Park and located adjacent to the Neshaminy Creek. The Tract consists of 44 acres of open space, woodlands and trails ideal for leisurely walks and bike rides.

Trail Connections
Trail Connections

Trail Connections

  • Neshaminy Greenway
  • Destination Doylestown
  • 202 Parkway
  • Trail
Sauerman Park

Address:  Sauerman Road, Doylestown, PA 18901

A 13 acre park of sloping ground which is heavily wooded throughout much of the park. Natural drainage tributaries travel the site creating intersecting terrain when walking the woodland areas.

Amentities
Amentities
  • Baseball Field
  • Playground
  • Woodland Walking Trail
  • Picnic Area
Triangle Park

Address: 2000 South Easton Road, Doylestown, PA 18901

Nestled between the north-bound and south-bound lanes of Easton Road on New Britain Road, this park memorializes those who have given their service to our community and is a beautiful spot to stop and reflect.

Amentities & Trail Connections
Amentities & Trail Connections

Amenities include:

  • Community Service Memorial statue
  • Benches

Trail Connections

  • Heritage Trail
Turk Park

Address: 1260 Almshouse Rd, Warrington, PA 18976

Totaling 61 acres the park is divided into three sections and primarily utilized for active recreation and sports oriented programs. Turk Park also serves as home for member-based Doylestown Dog Park.

Amentities & Trail Connections
Amentities & Trail Connections
  • Turk Park I (6 acres) – includes two baseball fields, t-ball field, football field and tot lot
  • Turk II (18 acres) – includes 2 baseball fields, three multi-purpose athletic fields, walking trail, playground
  • Turk III – (37 acres) includes a playground, parking lot, sand volleyball court, playground, gazebo, four multi-purpose athletic fields and Dog Park (member only) and passive open space.

Trail Connections – Coming soon!

Dog Park

Address: 1260 Almshouse Road, Warrington, PA 18976

Situated within Turk Park, The Doylestown Dog Park is a 3-acre member based dog park where dogs can run and play off leash. .

Amentities
Amentities
  • Small dog area, large dog area and rotation area
  • Easy access and nearby parking
  • Registered members and dogs only (key fob access for safety and security)
  • double gated transition areas
  • Shelter to provide shade and coverage in inclement weather
  • Water fountains for both dogs and people
  • Benches
  • Doggie bags
  • Nearby walking paths (on leash)
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