Parks & Trails

Whether you are walking, playing, running, skateboarding or riding, this list of parks & trails has your every activity covered.

Ambler Borough Park

Ambler, Pa (map it)

Ideal for outdoor activities, Ambler Borough Park is a beautiful and uniquely untouched ecosystem in an urban area. Located off Hendricks Street at Edgewood Drive, this natural area is a narrow 8.6 acres that straddles the Rose Valley Creek. Dogs are welcome.

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Ambler Skatepark

399, 301 S Main St, Ambler, PA 19002(map it)

The skateboard park was dedicated in the Fall of 2011 and is a safe and specially-designed landscape for local skateboarders. The 6,900-square foot park is built out of concrete and features ramps, quarter pipes, rails and benches. Skaters must wear safety equipment.

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Dager Road Trail

Located along Dager Rd., this ¾ mile walking trail connects with Penllyn Pike.


Four Mills Nature Reserve

Ambler, PA 19002(map it)


Four Mills Nature Reserve is the 52.75-acre site of woods that stretches from Butler Pike on the north to the woods across Morris Road, towards Germantown Academy. Ambler Rotary pedestrian bridge crosses the Wissahickon below Butler Pike, creating an important connecting link from the Borough of Ambler to Four Mills.


Green Ribbon Trail/ South

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The Green Ribbon Trail is a passive recreational trail that shadows the Wissahickon Creek. This 12.6 mile trail is well marked and connects a variety of parks and protected natural nearby areas, beginning at Parkside in Upper Gwynedd Township and ending at Stenton Avenue in Whitemarsh.  


Ingersoll Park

905 Wister Avenue, Penllyn, PA(map it)

A 6 acre park house 2 little league baseball fields.


Jean Thompson Park

Chestnut & Center Streets(map it)

This park is located at Chestnut and Center streets, And was recently renovated by the Ambler Lions Club and has a wonderful playground containing swings and slides.


Knight Park

Church St, Ambler, PA 19002(map it)

Knight Park is one of the most active parks in Ambler featuring, 2 basketball courts, 2 lighted Bocce ball courts, multipurpose court for roller hockey, skateboarding, etc., Little League baseball field, play equipment for tots as well as older children, a picnic pavilion with two large tables, open space grassy area for other outdoor recreational activities & restroom facilities.


Pen Ambler Park

351 Mathers Rd, Ambler, PA 19002(map it)


This 17 acre park includes a 3/4 mile walking/jogging trail , 90′ baseball field, amphitheater, children’s playground, 2 collegiate basketball courts, fountain and plaza.


Penllyn Park

3131 Gwynedd Ave. Blue Bell,PA(map it)


Penllyn Park features a playground, picnic pavilion, basketball court, walking trail 1,100 ft., tennis court, little league baseball field.


Penllyn Woods

1227 Twp Line Rd, Penllyn, PA 19422(map it)


Amenities include, Penllyn Woods community building, 2 little league baseball fields, 90′ baseball field, soccer field, multipurpose field, walking trails around baseball fields = 1/4 mile, 2 picnic pavilions, pond & boardwalk.


Pickering Field

Park & Highland Avenues(map it)

Pickering Field is mainly used for sports activities, baseball, t-ball and softball. A snack bar is in operation during baseball season and, adjacent to the snack bar are swings and a sliding board. Restroom facilities are available.


Prophecy Creek Park

205 W Skippack Pike, Ambler, PA 19002(map it)


Prophecy Creek Park features rolling meadows, pristine ponds, and an array of natural deciduous and evergreen trees. The Prophecy Creek meanders through the center of the park connecting to the Wissahickon Creek. The Manor House estate home and barn complete the property.


Ricciardi Park

Hendricks St, Ambler, PA 19002(map it)

This park is located on Hendricks between Mt. Pleasant and Tennis Avenues on the former Ambler High School grounds and contains a tot lot and a multi-purpose court area for roller hockey, skateboarding, a multi-use area lined with trees and a walking trail.


Veterans Memorial Park

1029 North Bethlehem Pike, Spring House, PA(map it)

A quiet reflective memorial to honor those lost in service to the country and a focal point of the Township’s Bethlehem Pike improvements.


Wahl Playground

131 Rosemary Ave, Ambler, PA 19002(map it)


Dedicated in 2016 as a memorial to Mayor Charles “Bud” Wahl and Mary Jane Wahl, this playground is located at Ambler Borough Hall. Welcoming children ages 2-5 is a playground, picnic table and park bench.