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The Borough of Lansdowne Pennsylvania The Borough of Lansdowne Pennsylvania

Borough Parks

There are 11 parks in the borough:

The Parks close at dusk. Permits are required for the use of the fields and tennis courts for teams. Group use of the parks requires a permit from the Recreation Department.

Hoffman Park — 8 acres with baseball and soccer fields, basketball courts, four tennis courts, pavillion, swings bathrooms and picnic tables. Location: Scottdale Road. Photos Map

Hays Park — 1.2 acres with basketball courts, tot-lot toys, swings, slide and picnic tables. Location: Nyack and Sayers Avenues. Map

Interboro Park — 3 acres with basketball courts, tot-lot toys, swings and slide. Location: Cedar & Walnut Aves. Map

Belmont Park — 3.9 acres with basketball courts, swings, slide, tot-lot toys and big toys. Location: Belmont & Plumstead Aves. Map

Sycamore Park — 1 acre meditative setting with benches. Home of the symbol of Lansdowne, its 300 year old Sycamore tree. Location: LaCrosse & Wycombe Aves. Map

Reservoir Park — 1.4 acres, undeveloped. Location: Greenwood and Ardmore Avenue. Photos Map

Pennock Woods — 6.5 acres of County open space with Lansdowne Bird Sanctuary. Location: Pennock Terrace. Map

Shrigley Woods — 6.5 acres of undeveloped County open space. Location: Scottdale & Hilldale Rds. Map

Marlyn Park — 3 acres, passive park. Location: Willowbrook & Marlyn Aves. Map

Borough Green — At the center of town, directly in front of the Municipal Building. Location: Lansdowne & Baltimore Aves. Map

Veterans Park — A shaded place to rest across from the historic Lansdowne Theater. Location: 30 North Lansdowne Ave. Map

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