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Wilson Farm Park Wayne PA is a beautiful community in Tredyffrin Township offering single-family homes and townhomes. With top-rated schools and convenient access to public transportation from the Paoli or Devon train station, this community is ideal for families.

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1. Baseball/Softball Fields

Wilson Farm Park is a 1.3 mile (3,000 step) route located near Wayne, Pennsylvania that features an elevation gain of about 0 feet and is rated as easy. The trail offers scenic views and is primarily flat.

A large & appealing municipal park offering ball fields, a putting green & picnic areas! Also includes a playground, pond, and a tribute area to US servicemen. Easy access to highways & within the highly-rated Tredyffrin Easttown school district!

Come celebrate America’s Independence Day at Wilson Farm Park, 500 Lee Road in Chesterbrook. This 90-acre park has 3 pavilions, baseball/softball fields, multipurpose fields, tournament fields, basketball/sand volleyball courts, an all-abilities tot lot, 3 other tot lots, picnic areas, restrooms & an amphitheater. Free admission.

2. Picnic Areas

Located in Chesterbrook, this popular park is the site of community events such as the Garrett Hill 4th of July parade and picnic celebration and the Tredyffrin Township Summer Concert Series. It offers a variety of fields, courts, and playground areas as well as a walking trail, an all-abilities playground, a putting green, an amphitheater, a picnic pavilion, and more.

Last fall township supervisors approved a $7 million municipal bond initiative with a three-year window to use the funds for a number of projects, including the improvement and updating of our township parks. The township is working with Simone Collins on a Wilson Farm Park Master Plan, but it appears to be proceeding without input from members of the Parks & Recreation Board or the results from the Wilson Farm Park citizen survey. Learn more about Huntingdon Valley here.

3. Disc Golf Course

Like traditional ball golf, but with a disc instead of a ball and clubs, Disc Golf is enjoying an incredible rise in popularity. Players use a disc to score ‘par’ at targets, such as a ‘Pole Hole(r) basket’ (with chains hanging from it). The game is played on courses with varying terrain, requiring precision and a mix of speed and skill to navigate around obstacles such as trees, shrubs, and water.

Unlike the more spartan environment of a typical golf course, these natural features are part of what makes the game so fun. The ‘frisbee-like’ nature of the sport means that anyone can enjoy it, regardless of age or physical limitations. In addition, the lack of chemical pollutants and pristine landscapes mean that a game of disc golf can be enjoyed without harming the environment.

4. Putting Green

In addition to baseball and softball fields, Wilson Farm Park Wayne PA has a putting green, picnic areas, and a walking trail. This 90-acre park in Chesterbrook is convenient to Valley Forge National Park, the Gateway Shopping Center, Routes 202, 76, and 476, and King of Prussia Mall. It is also within the highly rated Tredyffrin-Easttown School District.

At their November and December supervisor meetings township supervisors approved a proposal from Simone Collins Landscape Architects for the Wilson Farm Park Master Plan. The plan includes many upgrades and improvements but also some “new” features including transforming the existing putting green into four pickleball courts. The presentation from Simone Collins reveals that the project is moving forward without any input from members of the township’s Parks & Recreation Board or results from the citizen survey which does not end until Feb 29.

5. Amphitheater

With hot temperatures and long nights, the region is alive with music at local outdoor summer concerts from Bryn Mawr to Wayne, King of Prussia, and Media. Grab a lawn chair and some friends to check out these Tredyffrin-area venues.

Wilson Farm Park is a great place for a concert with its spacious amphitheater and beautiful backdrop of trees, ponds, and grassy fields. You can bring a picnic or enjoy the food trucks that will be available. The event is free, but donations are welcome to support the community non-profit that puts on this concert series each year. For more information, see the Wilson Farm Park Website. Refer to This Web Page.


Driving directions from Clean For Me to Wilson Farm Park

Driving directions from Wilson Farm Park to Valley Forge National Historical Park