Franconia Township Park & Recreation Board
The Franconia Township Park and Recreation Board is a very active group in the township. The committee is made up of 7 volunteer residents who are appointed by the Board of Supervisors. They serve 5-year terms. The board plans and oversees the development and improvement of Franconia Township Open Space into active and passive recreation for use of its residents and visitors. The members help organize different events within the community parks; an annual summer concert is always a resident favorite. They are also responsible for reviewing field use applications by the different organized athletic teams, as well as, any other use requests that are submitted to the Township. The board meets on the 4th Monday of every month at 6:00 p.m. Winter meetings are held at the Franconia Township Building located at 671 Allentown Road. Summer meetings are held at the pavilion in the Franconia Township Community Park. All meetings are open to the public.
Discount amusement park tickets are now available at the administration building. Click here for a price listing.
The Mango Men came back to Franconia Township for an open air concert on Wednesday, July 16th, 2014. The band performed before a large crowd playing a wide variety of songs. Children enjoyed the limbo and water ice provided by the Franconia Township Parks and Recreation Board. A special thank you to Univest and Hagey Coach and Tours for sponsoring this popular event and to North Penn Goodwill for providing refreshments.
The Franconia Township Parks & Recreation Board is now accepting pavilion reservations and field reservation applications. Pavilion reservations must be made in-person during normal business hours which are Monday through Friday from 8-4:30 p.m. To download the 2014 Field Reservation Form please click here.
Franconia Township residents enjoy more than 100 acres of dedicated open space, whether by active recreational use, enjoyment of passive parkland, or walking along miles of trails. To see what's coming soon, view our planned park projects.
Nearly 50 acres located next to the township administration building with entrances on both Allentown and Godshall roads offers:
Forrest Meadow Park Located on Forrest Road, this 28-acre park has several new features, with more development planned. Progress on this park is available under Township News. The park offers:
Located at the corner of Godshall and Lower Roads, this park remains in a natural wooded state. The park has a walking trail situated on 11 acres with a small pond and stream. It’s also available for public use from sunrise to sunset.
This was also an Eagle Project done by one of our own scouts (Diego B.). The courses are located on Godshall and Lower Roads at Godshall Park in Franconia Township. This project features THREE courses to run. Download/print the maps, score cards, and answer sheets by clicking on them below:
With approximately 25 acres located on Camp Road along the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek, this park is jointly owned and operated by Franconia and Salford townships. It offers:
Developed through an open space agreement with the Banbury Crossing residential development and Moyer Packing Company, this trail offers 2 miles for walking and jogging located directly across from Godshall Park and continues through the Banbury Crossing open space.
Located on Cowpath Road, this park will be used as a passive park for walking and picnics. The Souderton Boy Scouts of America Troop 461 has been instrumental in assisting the township with its development. Working toward credits for their Eagle Scout awards, the scouts have built:
Situated off Maple Avenue, adjacent to Spruce and Laurel Lanes, this park is comprised of 7 acres and offers a gazebo and playground equipment. It connects with Lower Salford’s park and trail system.
East Branch Park is a small park located on Allentown Road along the East Branch Creek. This park is 1.6 acres and is basically a sitting park with a small picnic area. The scenery surrounding the park is extremely beautiful and is perfect for a small picnic with friends.
The Indian Valley Regional Planning Commission compiled a regional recreational amenities map listing various recreational outlets throughout the six municipalities that make up the region. Click here to view the map.
Below are the pages found within the Parks & Recreation section.