The highlight of this park is the beautiful gazebo, site of summer concerts, weddings, and other
special events. A picnic table and grill are available. The park connects via a walking bridge
to Kelly Park. Krupp Park is located behind the Borough Building on Main Street.
Kelly Park has walking trails, picnic tables and benches, and a beautiful iron bridge connecting
it to Krupp Park. It is located at the Oak Avenue intersection with Route 202.
Blue Jay Park
This park is near Unami Middle School at the intersection of Blue Jay and Cardinal Roads.
This natural open space is located at Manor Lane between Holland Drive and Langhorne Road.
Clyde Derstine Memorial Park
This park is accessible from Skyline drive, located on Oxbow Circle just off Meadowbrook Lane.
This large park is suitable for many recreational activities.
Bridge View Park
Bridge View Park is a quiet spot next to the railroad tracks heading to Chalfont Station. A highlight
of the park is a gazebo available for use by visitors.
Chestnut Street Park
This park is especially convenient to the residents of the Lindenfield and Patriots Place
neighborhoods. It includes baseball diamonds and backstops and a walking trail.
Lenape Lane Park
This park includes hike and bike paths and is convenient to Unami Middle School.
Pine Valley Covered Bridge Park
This bridge was built in 1842, crossing Pine Creek. It is surrounded by a beautiful park
suitable for hiking, picnicking, or relaxing. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 1, 1980
Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve
The Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve is a 26+ acre natural area located along the Neshaminy
Creek that is owned and maintained by New Britain Borough. The Preserve's numerous trails are
intended for nature study and passive recreation. The Preserve includes "Miriam's Meadow,"
a 2.7 acre wildflower meadow. The two Nature Preserve entrances are located on Mathews Avenue and on Landis Mill Road