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The Borough of Lansdowne Pennsylvania The Borough of Lansdowne Pennsylvania

Borough Parks and Park Permits

All parks close at dusk, with the exception of the Lansdowne Landing which closes at 10pm. Permits are required for the use of the fields and tennis courts for teams. Group use of the parks (20 people or more) requires a permit from the Parks and Recreation Department.

Click here to submit a park permit request, using our online form.

Please use this form to submit a park permit request. Your request will be reviewed by the Parks and Recreation office and a response will be sent to your email address, usually within two business days. If approved for a permit that includes a fee, you must pay the permit fee within two weeks of submitting an application in order to secure your date. The park will not be reserved until you receive notice from the Parks and Recreation office that your permit has been completed.

To make a payment in person (cash, check, credit card or money order) please stop by Borough Hall, 12 E Baltimore Avenue between 8:45 am and 4:45 pm Monday through Friday. Credit card payments may be made over the phone by calling 610.623.7300 x210.

Questions? Contact the Parks and Recreation office at or 610.284.1493.

Pick up a hardcopy of our new Park Brochure at the Twentieth Century Club, Borough Hall or check it out online.

Hoffman Park — 8 acres with baseball and soccer fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic pavilion, play equipment, picnic tables and bathrooms. Location: Scottdale Road. Map

Hays Park — 1.2 acres with basketball courts, play equipment, swings and picnic tables. Location: Nyack and Sayers Avenues. Map

Interboro Park — 3 acres with basketball courts and play equipment. Location: Cedar & Walnut Aves. Map

Belmont Park — 3.9 acres with basketball courts, play equipment, swings and picnic tables. 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. 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

Lansdowne Landing – A pop-up park located at the municipal parking lot between Lansdowne and Owen Avenues. Location: 30 N Lansdowne Ave. Map


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