Concord Township Parks
Visit the Township Fields page for more Concord Township Park & Fields information.
All Township park facilities, walking trails and dog park will be closed when it snows.
When visiting the municipal parks, playgrounds, athletic fields or walking trails, please be sure to park in stoned/paved areas only. Your cooperation in not parking on grass areas is appreciated!
Delaware County Parks
Clayton Park and Golf Course is a county park that partially sits in Concord Township.
Visit Delaware County’s Parks & Recreation webpage for information on Clayton Park and other parks within Delaware County.
Pennsylvania State Parks
Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources State Parks webpage for more information on PA State Parks.
Woodlawn Trustees Walking Trail
Woodlawn Trustees of Delaware has been involved in the growth of the Wilmington park system and the preservation of open space in the Brandywine Valley since the late 1800′s. Woodlawn is a nonprofit (but tax-paying) real estate business managed by a board of directors with earnings channeled back into the company. It was established in 1901 by William Bancroft, a partner in his father’s cotton mills, Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company. William Bancroft was made a partner in his father’s cotton mills at the age of 30. Through the successful operation of these mills, he acquired the means to give of his time, money, and energy to housing, orderly development, and parks.
Woodlawn Trustees of Delaware has significant holdings in Delaware and the Brandywine Valley. What you may not be aware of is that some of their public trails cross into Concord Township. Concord Township residents are invited to walk, bike, and ride horseback on designated trails and grassy strips along the road frontage of this immediate area between 8:00 a.m. and dusk. There is a designated parking site on Beaver Valley Road, not far from the Delaware/Pennsylvania state line. Posted rules must be obeyed.
Beaver Valley / First State National Historical Park
This new park may be in its infancy, but the Beaver Valley trails are not. Beaver Valley consists of 1,100 acres of rolling hills and wooded areas located along the Brandywine Creek, and has just over 200 acres that cross the arched border between Delaware and Pennsylvania.
For more information, visit: https://www.nps.gov/frst/planyourvisit/beaver-valley.htm