- Public Safety
- Fire Prevention Open House - October 10
- Free E-Waste Recycling
- Game On at Brownsburg Park
Upper Makefield’s residents are active and engaged. The community values history, preservation, quality of life, and respect for neighbors. While proud of their roots, residents also invest in land preservation and earth-friendly technologies.
Upper Makefield’s most famous park is Washington Crossing Historic Park. Visitors and residents alike also have access to 3 other recreation areas including Brownsburg Park, Lookout Park, and Delaware Canal State Park.
Park visitors are welcome to bring their leashed dogs to the common areas of Township-owned parks. Please remember to curb your pets and that dogs are not allowed on playing fields.
1455 River Road
New Hope, PA 18938
(between Brownsburg Road East and Stoneybrook Road)
A new, ADA-compliant playground with play areas designated for younger and older children opened in 2008. With the help of donations and sponsorships, the township has recently added a pavilion with restrooms, concession space and a covered picnic area.
Fundraising efforts: Buy a Brick Campaign, and sponsorship opportunities.
1565 River Road
New Hope, PA 18938
(between Lurgan Road and Brownsburg Road East)
This park has 3 baseball fields, 2 softball fields, the “Tenderfoot Trail” for walkers and bikers, plus a snack shack and restrooms.
Click here to learn about Tick Management Techniques in Lookout Park.
Washington Crossing Historic Park
Visit the site of the most famous event in Upper Makefield’s history – George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River in 1776! You can also stroll through Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, which preserves the native plants of Pennsylvania.
Delaware Canal State Park
The Delaware Canal is the only continuously-intact canal remaining from the great towpath era of the early and mid-19th century.
The University of Rhode Island has developed a comphrensive, yet simple website for you to report any tick findings, identify ticks, and any and all news related to ticks, including Pennsyvania. We encourage you to visit this site to learn how to manage ticks when enjoying the outdoors. http://www.tickencounter.org/ .
Please check the individual websites for information.
Spring Girls’ Softball