Parks & Facilities

Township Parks

 
 
The Facilities Division of the Public Works Department maintains 11 parks covering over 400 acres; approximately 300 acres is the Township portion of Exton Park. The Township also organizes recreational programming, including an egg hunt, holiday tree lighting, community day and fireworks; and provides administrative and logistical support for the Friends of the Parks’ summer concert series.We invite you to visit and enjoy our parks!

Attention Tennis Players!


Meadowbrook Manor Park (behind Exton Mall, on Swedesford Road) will be sporting two brand new, resurfaced courts later this summer! After bids are collected and a vendor is chosen, it is projected that the work will take place in September. The courts will be closed for about one week while they are being refinished; however, the newly resurfaced courts at Miller Park will be open for use. (Check out the Miller Park courts for a preview of what Meadowbrook will soon look like).

BYOD (Bring Your Own Dog)


On 9/28, the Board of Supervisors voted to allow dogs in all Township parks, effective immediately. Dogs must be leashed and may not be on any of the athletic fields or on the internal trail around the pond at Exton Park, in order to protect the wildlife there. Please be responsible and clean up after your furry friend.
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Access the individual Township Parks & Facilities for details and reservation information.
Twp Parks Map
  1. Albert C. Miller Memorial Park
  2. Banbury Park
  3. Boot Road Park
  4. Burke Road Park
  5. Exton Park
  6. Ivy Glen Park
  1. Meadowbrook Manor Park
  2. Mill Valley Park
  3. Joseph P. Roscioli Park
  4. Sunset Grove Park
  5. Waltz Park

Recreational Resources