Playful Pennsylvania Playgrounds
Swing into spring and warmer weather with some family fun at these playgrounds. Double knot your sneakers, grab your water and enjoy the beautiful weather in Bucks County!
- Kids' Castle
- Kemper Park playground
Explore your imagination at Imagination Land in Bensalem. The playground is located on Hulmeville Road in Lower Bucks County.It was built specifically for special needs children, but it can be used by any and all kids.
This dog-friendly park in Warminster is perfect for exploring! Let the kids go for a swing and then walk along the scenic paths.
This massive playground located in Doylestown is fit for royalty! The wooden castle has not one, not two, but eight stories! It’s designed for kids ages 5-12, but there are also toddler swings for the little ones! Witness the medieval magic for yourself in Castle Park off of Wells Road.
This wooden, medieval-themed playground is located in Yardley. It’s a large castle-style playground that is sure to entertain kids for a couple hours. Check out the cool structure off Edgewood Road.
Built in late 2015, this fairly new playground is located in Newtown's Veteran’s Park off Durham Road. The playground was built as a result of money raised by parents named Natalie and Jason, whose son Noah who passed away at just two months old. Honor his memory at this all-inclusive playground with a beautiful backstory.
Located within George W. Bush Park is a good-sized playground with a giant sandbox. Bring some dump trucks to play in the sand and then burn off some energy on the swings and slides. Bush Park is located in Doylestown off Burnt House Hill Road.
Named after the Neshaminy Creek that joins the Delaware river, this park offers much more than a playground! The whole family will enjoy picnic areas, miles of trails, boat launch ramps and a pool.