Towamencin Twp Parks & Recreation
Towamencin Township provides diverse year-round leisure opportunities through the preservation of open space, park settings, recreational facilities and programs for the citizens of Towamencin Township. The benefits of leisure services are especially designed to meet the physical, mental, cultural, and social needs of our residents and visitors to our community, while enhancing the overall quality of life in Towamencin.
The Parks and the Trail Systems are maintained by the Department of Public Works. Youth Sports Leagues are run by Towamencin Youth Association (TYA). If you have any questions regarding recreation activities including reserving a park facility, please contact the Township.
Youth Sports Leagues (Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Soccer) are coordinated through the Towamencin Youth Association (TYA).
Morgan Log House
The Morgan Family was identified as being among the earliest Welsh settlers in the Towamencin area and the first settlers of the land the house currently sits on. Among the descendants of Edward Morgan and his wife Elizabeth are the grandparents of frontiersman Daniel Boone. The Morgan Log House is run by the Welsh Valley Preservation Society. You can find out more information on the Morgan Log House by visiting their website.
Park, Recreation and Open Space Preservation Plan UpdateIn accordance with the guidelines of the Montgomery County Green Fields/Green Towns Program, Township staff, Consultants and an Advisory Committee made up of Township Residents have been working to update the Township's Park, Recreation and Open Space Preservation Plan that was last revised in 1995. Attached is the Park, Recreation and Open Space Preservation Plan that was approved by the Montgomery County Open Space Board. Preservation Plan This is a very large document(11.7mb) and will take time to open.
The township currently prohibits the placement of geocaches on township property including township owned parks and open space.
Dedicating a memorial bench to someone special is a wonderful and lasting way to honor them.
It also serves to support the ongoing efforts to beautify the park system of the Township. Enhancing our natural assets benefits all who use them, now and in the future.