Springfield Township maintains in excess of 117 acres of permanently protected open space for active and passive recreation purposes. It is the philosophy of the Board of Commissioners to offer free access* to all of our recreation areas.
*Note: Township residents enjoy reduced membership rates at Flourtown Country Club as well as limited access for golfing and swimming if they do not maintain an active membership.
Primarily an active recreation facility, Bysher Fields contains a total of five baseball and softball fields within a ten and one-half (10.5) acre area. Located at the dead-end of Bysher Avenue in Flourtown, the park is home to the Flourtown-Erdenheim Little League but is open to use by all Township residents. Recent improvements to the park include a grove of Green Ash trees and a row of Red Maples along Bysher Avenue to provide additional shade for park users. Google Map
Cisco Park is perhaps the most developed and frequently-used of all of the Township's parks. Located on Montgomery Avenue in the Erdenheim section of the Township, Cisco Park contains a walking trail, soccer field, multi-use field, tot-lot and fishing pond in a thirteen (13) acre complex. The Friends of Hillcrest Pond stock the fishing pond with trout prior to opening day. During the Summer, the Township normally sponsors at least four (4) free concerts at the park. Google Map
Flourtown Country Club
By far the largest Township-owned facility, the Flourtown Country Club is a nine-hole golf course, swim club and banquet facility situated on fifty-one (51) acres of land in the Flourtown section of the Township. Golf and swim memberships are available for individuals and families, with Township residents given priority on any waiting lists. Springfield Township residents are also provided a discounted membership rate. Please contact the Country Club at 215-233-1550 for membership information and banquet scheduling. View our Picture Gallery of the Flourtown Country Club. Visit the Flourtown Country Club website for more information.
Laurel Beech Park
The newest edition to the township's park system, Laurel-Beech Park is located on the site of the former Robertson Greenhouses at 1313 Mermaid Lane in Wyndmoor. This six and one-half (6.5) acre parcel has been redeveloped to include the township's only full-size soccer field, a neighborhood playground and off-street parking facilities. The township is currently accruing funds to construct a recreation pavilion that will house a concession stand, storage facilities and restrooms for park users. The park purchase was made possible through a grant from the Montgomery County Open Space Preservation Program. Google Map
The Oreland Little League fields include two baseball fields and a junior-sized basketball court. The park is located at the corner of Lyster and St. Clair Roads in Oreland. Home to the Oreland-Wyndmoor Little League, the park also marks the end of the annual Oreland Lions Fourth of July parade. Google Map
Located at the intersection of Elm Street and Mermaid Lane, Mermaid Park is a seven (7) acre passive recreation facility located in the Wyndmoor section of the Township. The park was donated to the Township in 1974 from the United States Department of the Interior. A massive park rehabilitation project was completed in 1999 which included dredging the pond, stabilizing the stream channels, installing new park benches, shade trees and refuse containers and the replacement of an eight foot chain-link fence with a more park-like post-and-rail fence. Google Map
Connor James McKelvie Community Park
The Springfield Township Summer Basketball League is held at Connor James McKelvie Community Park, Clement Avenue and Allison Road in Oreland. This neighborhood park sports three (3) full-size basketball courts and a playground area for young children. Parking is limited so residents are encouraged to walk or bike to the park. Google Map
Sandy Run Park
Springfield Township accepted ownership of Sandy Run Park in May 1999 from the United States Department of the Interior. Formerly known as the Cascetti Quarry, mining operations ceased in 1958 after a snowstorm knocked power from the region and the quarry hole filled with water. The United States Navy most recently used the 14-acre facility for underwater sonar testing. Before opening the facility to the public, the Township plans to hire a consulting firm to develop a Comprehensive Park Master Plan to ensure safe access and use of the park. Google Map
Veterans Park is a six-acre active recreation facility complete with 3 Little League-sized baseball fields. The park is home to the Oreland-Wyndmoor Little League during the Spring and Summer months but is open to all Township residents. The township's Kidz Klubhouse Summer Day Camp is held at Veterans Park every Summer. The park is located at the intersection of Traymore Avenue and Gilbert Avenue in Wyndmoor. A recreation pavilion provides shelter from the elements during inclement weather. Google Map
Also located in Wyndmoor, Wyndhill Park is a four and one-half (4.5) acre neighborhood park which includes a tot-lot, tennis courts and softball fields. Parking at this park is limited, so it is suggested that residents consider walking or biking to this facility. Google Map