Welcome!

In 1987, Friends of Pennypack Park was established by a group of concerned individuals to form an organization which would become an advocate for the park and actively promote its condition. For over 30 years, these volunteers have dedicated their time and energy to making sure Pennypack Park is clean and welcoming. Friends of Pennypack Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with no ownership or control of the park facilities, trails, creeks or any other permanent or temporary structures.

Pennypack Park is owned by the City of Philadelphia, and operated and maintained by the Philadelphia Dept. of Parks & Recreation. 


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Next Meeting: Thursday June 21, 2018 @ 7:30pm 

Speaker: Herpetologist Billy Brown

Location: Deer Meadows Residence 8301 Roosevelt Blvd North of Solly Ave


Featured Event

2nd Annual Krewstown Road Festival

Sunday june 3, 2018 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

A Celebration of History and Nature: Pennypack Creek and the Evolution of Northeast Philadelphia

Free and Open to All!
Activities 10 AM to 4 PM at Krewstown Road Bridge and Pennepack Baptist Church
(Krewstown Road Closed to Traffic 8am to 6pm on 6/3 only)

More info: http://www.pb-hf.org/krewstownfest/

 


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About Friends of pennypack

Find out about our organization, mission, our methods, and the results of our decades of advocacy.

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Activities

Biking, Hiking, Fishing, Picnics and more!

Click here to find out about Activities in the park 


Upcoming events

 


Park Maps

Searching for trail or historical maps of Pennypack Park?

 Click here for park maps

Historical Points

Searching for trail or historical points of interest in Pennypack Park?

 Click here for historical points of interest →


Pennypack park photo gallery

Check out what makes Pennypack so beautiful!

Submit your photos for the gallery! 

Email your photos here!


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"Leave only foot prints, take only memories."