Parks

CLOSURES ALERT HURRICANE IDA  9-13-2021

Due to storm damage, many County Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites situated along waterways are closed. This includes Lock 60; the Schuylkill East Trail entrance in Upper Schuylkill Valley Park; Lower Perkiomen Valley Park; Central Perkiomen Valley Park; and Pennypack Trail (only the section between Welsh Road and Old Huntington Pike). Please note: While various entrances of the SRT remain open, we are still discouraging trail use at this time as cleanup efforts continue. This is for the safety of all trail users. 

The Perkiomen Trail is open from Cider Mill Road to Route 29 (Perkiomenville). Bridge 99 from this point after Route 29 is closed and there is no access to Green Lane Park from the Perkiomen Trail due to the bridge closure.

Enjoy Our Parks
GLP mass birding on water

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.

ALL COUNTY PARKS, TRAILS & HISTORIC SITES ARE NOW SMOKE FREE.  NO SMOKING (INCLUDING VAPORIZERS) OF ANY KIND IS ALLOWED.

Activities & Opportunities 

Volunteer Opportunities
Bench Donations for Parks & Trails

Looking to Hold an Event?

Guidelines and Application for Special Use Permit