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Township Parks and Recreation

The parks and nature preserve of Upper Hanover Township are intended for the use and enjoyment of residents, community members, and youth organizations that provide recreational opportunities to our local youth.    The Township prohibits the use of public parkland for commercial gain and therefore turns away for-profit businesses that want to conduct classes utilizing the Township's recreational amenities.   Reasonable fees are charged for the reservation of the pavilion, snack stand, and athletic fields for private or league use to cover the costs of cleaning and maintenance.     If you do not find the information you are looking for here, please call 215-679-4401 option #0 and ask permission for what you have in mind. 

Upper Hanover Township is fortunate to have a beautiful 102-acre community park called Camelot Park, which is home to an impressive picnic pavilion and snack stand as well as community athletic fields, playground, and a comprehensive trail network. 

Looking for something within walking distance of Main Street Red Hill and Pennsburg? Check out the attractive neighborhood park, Macoby Run Park, where you will find quiet walking trails, a gazebo and a playground.  Macoby Run Park will be welcoming new pickleball courts in 2024!

Both Camelot Park and Macoby Run Park also have Little Free Libraries installed. Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization with a mission to expand book access through a volunteer-led global network. We invite you to help yourself to a book and find a nice place to read in our parks or take it home with you. You're also welcome to contribute books to the libraries as well. 

Need a place to rest up or take a walk through the woods? If so, you will soon want to investigate Centennial Park which is jointly operated by the Township and Red Hill Borough. This park has a gazebo and a walking path leading from 332 Bitting Alley in Red Hill to Cedar Lea Court in Upper Hanover.   There is limited parking on Bitting Alley.   The trail segment is approximately a quarter-mile long and has a small circular design element with benches installed.   From Cedar Lea Court, sidewalks can be used to walk to Hendricks Road and through the Glenwood Chase Development.   A future connection to Smyth Lane is possible in the future. 

The Township is also home to acres of permanently preserved open space including publicly accessible Mill Hill Preservation Area and the Peevy Road Open Space.    

There are also numerous Montgomery County operated trails and natural areas located in Upper Hanover Township.  Happy exploring!
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Pavilion and Concession Stand Information4 documents

  • Parks & Recreation Facility Rental Fees
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  • Pavilion and Concession Stand Rental Guidelines
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  • Park and Pavilion Rental Form
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  • Team Application for Athletic Fields
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General Information2 documents

  • Farmland and Open Space Map
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  • Upper Perkiomen Valley Park & Recreation Amenities
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