Township parks, park facilities, and amenities are open and can be reserved by small groups.
Park restrooms are cleaned and sanitized daily. We encourage everyone to continue social distancing, wearing your mask, and washing your hands to contain the spread of the coronavirus and to minimize the chance that we will have to go back to more restrictions.
The Public Works Department maintains 12 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!
Dogs are allowed in all Township parks. 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.
Boot Road Park, along with some other parks in Chester County, has a tick station at Boot Road Park. Deer are attracted to these stations and receive an application of a safe tickicide (permethrin) as they feed. Deer ticks can cause lyme disease in people; these stations are being installed in County parks to protect the public.
Chester Valley Trail - "Using the Chester Valley Trail as a backbone through some of Chester County's busiest communities, nearby parks and local trails will be able to join a regional network of open space."