New Second Street and Coventry Avenue, Melrose Park
Facilities include: Open space and natural area.
History: Acquired by the Township in 1956 as an open space area.
Entrance on Church Road, near Greenwood Avenue, Wyncote
Facilities include: Passive recreation area, two ponds, arbor, leisure area, parking area.
History: Former estate of Cyrus H. K. Curtis, publishing magnate, the arboretum and music room of his mansion was acquired by the Township in 1937 as a gift from Mr. Curtis' daughter to last during her lifetime. Upon her death, it was reverted back to the Curtis heirs. The property was purchased by the Township in 1974. The Hall is the former music room and ballroom of the Curtis mansion. It is now used as the regular meeting place of the Board of Commissioners, as well as for many social functions. A stone memorial and tree grove was established by the Township in 1948 in tribute to all residents who gave their lives in service in World War II.
Laurel and Woodland Avenues, Cheltenham
Facilities include: Open space and natural area
South end of Carroll Avenue, Glenside
Lynnewood Avenue near Cherry Lane, Glenside
Facilities include: Passive recreation area, open space.
History Acquired by the Township in 1939, it was once part of the George Heist estate.
High School Road and Montgomery Avenue, Elkins Park
Facilities include: Passive recreation area, open space, trails, wildflower garden, parking area.
Parkview Road, Cheltenham
History: This land was purchased by the Township in late 1950 to preserve open space.
Greenwood Avenue and North Bent Road, Wyncote
Facilities include: Pond, fountain, gazebo, passive recreation area.
Rock Lane, Elkins Park
Facilities include: Passive recreation area, open space, natural area.
History: State-acquired in 1968, this flood plain area remains a natural area for residents to enjoy.
Facilities include: Passive recreation area, natural area, jogging trail, leisure area, fitness court.
History: Acquired by the Township in parcels between 1933 and 1945. It is currently maintained as a passive recreation area.