Enjoy Our Parks
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The Division of Parks, Trails and Historic Sites has seven parks spread throughout Montgomery County. From as small as 15 acres to as large as 3,400 acres, there is something for everyone. Boating, fishing, walking, jogging, summer concerts, programs, and live wildlife displays abound in the county parks.

The division offers programming on a variety of nature-related topics to schools, scouts, and the general public at various park locations throughout the year.


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  1. Hay Ride Pennypacker Mills

    Pennypacker Mills Announces All Hallows’ Eve Fall Festival

    Join the fun on Saturday, October 15, from 1 to 4 p.m. as Pennypacker Mills celebrates Halloween with hayrides around the meadow, kid-crafts, pumpkin painting, hay pile jumping, a bean bag toss game, and seasonal refreshments.
  2. Green Lane Park Bird and Wildlife Festival

    Upper Perkiomen Bird and Wildlife Festival Returns to Green Lane Park

    Montgomery County’s Green Lane Park will host the 11th Annual Upper Perkiomen Bird and Wildlife Festival on Saturday, September 24, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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    Pennypacker Mills to Host Edgar Allen Poe Porch Performance

    Visitors are invited to Pennypacker Mills on October 1, 2022 for this year’s final Porch Performance, Edgar Allen Poe: Readings from Virginia Poe.
  4. Civil War reenactment at Peter Wentz Farmstead

    Peter Wentz Farmstead Announces Upcoming Civil War Themed Weekend

    The Civil War is coming to the Peter Wentz Farmstead on September 17 and 18, 2022! Visitors are invited to experience how the War affected society from both a military and civilian perspective.
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    Upper Schuylkill Valley Park Announces Butterfly Celebration

    The public is invited to Upper Schuylkill Valley Park on Saturday, August 27 from 10 a.m. to Noon celebrate a beautiful little insect, the butterfly!
  6. Living History Interpreter Powder Horns

    Visitors Invited to Learn About the Past this Summer at Pottsgrove Manor

    Visitors of all ages are invited to take part in the games and amusements of colonial Pennsylvania and learn more about the museum with events at Pottsgrove Manor throughout the summer.
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    Pennypacker Mills Announces Summer Happenings

    The public is invited to Pennypacker Mills, the historic mansion home of former Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker to attend upcoming summer programs at the historic site.
  8. Peter Wentz Farmstead&#39s Colonial Camp 2022

    Peter Wentz Farmstead Now Accepting Registrations for Kids Colonial Camp July 11-15, 2022

    This year’s Colonial Camp will run from July 11-15, 2022 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in Lansdale. Each day, living historians will lead campers through hands-on demonstrations of historical crafts, like calligraphy, ceramics, woodworking, and more.
  9. front of Pottsgrove Manor

    Pottsgrove Manor Invites Community to Two Juneteenth Programs

    The public is invited to join Pottsgrove Manor for a Juneteenth Book Club and lecture on Saturday, June 18, 2022 to honor the history of the black experience in America.
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    Green Lane Park Summer Concert Series Sponsored by PECO Starts This Weekend

    Green Lane Park announced it will kick off its 2022 Summer Concert Series this weekend. Visitors are invited to attend these live open-air performances on Sunday evenings from 6-8 p.m.
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    Pennypacker Mills Announces June Events

    Looking for new and exciting events for the whole family to enjoy? Pennypacker Mills is the place! Check out the upcoming events being held in June.
  12. Green Ribbon Trail Wissahickon

    7th Annual Montco Trail Challenge Returns

    Montgomery County announced the return of the Montco Trail Challenge for its seventh year. This annual family-friendly program encourages participants to track their visits to select County trails to earn awards.
  13. Mayfair

    Pottsgrove Manor to Welcome Spring at Annual Colonial Mayfair

    The public is invited to visit Pottsgrove Manor for their special event, the Annual Colonial Mayfair, to celebrate the arrival of warm, spring days! Read on...
  14. Lower Perkiomen Valley park creek

    Lower Perkiomen Valley Park Announces Upcoming Spring Events

    Back by popular demand is Orienteering for Beginners and our Digital Scavenger Hunt. Each event will guarantee a great family outing to enjoy the park, nearby trails and the wonderful warmer weather. Read on...
  15. Man in 18th century clothing shearing a sheep

    Peter Wentz Farmstead Announces Return of their Annual Sheep Shearing Day

    Join the Peter Wentz Farmstead for the return of their annual Sheep Shearing Day on Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Read on...
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    Montgomery County Extends “Code Blue” Cold Weather Declaration to March 29, 2022

    A “Code Blue” is declared when winter conditions pose a threat of serious harm or death to people without shelter. Read on...
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    Green Lane Park Announces April Events

    Green Lane Park has announced its upcoming events for April. The public is encouraged to register to attend these upcoming family-friendly events. Read on...
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    Norristown Farm Park Announces March Events

    Montgomery County's Norristown Farm Park has released their upcoming educational and family-friendly events scheduled for March. Read on...
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    Montgomery County Extends “Code Blue” Cold Weather Declaration to February 26, 2022

    A “Code Blue” is declared when winter conditions pose a threat of serious harm or death to people without shelter. Read on...
  20. Viewing Stereocards with Lorgnette

    Pennypacker Mills Announces New Exhibit, Stereographing America: A 3-D History of Stereographs

    Starting Tuesday, March 1, visitors are invited to Pennypacker Mills to discover how Victorians entertained their guests with 3-D images using a stereoscope. Read on...
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