Parks & Open Space
Molasses Creek Park
2175 Krammes Road
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Named after the creek in the woods, Molasses Creek Park is a hidden treasure in full site of major roads. With trails, exercise stations, baseball, soccer, basketball, a climbing wall, handball, beach volleyball, horseshoes, memorial, picnic pavilion, charcoal grills, seasonal bathrooms and various play equipment for all ages, this park is well worth the trip.
Molasses Creek Access
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Unami Creek Park
98 Parkview Dr.
Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951
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Unami Creek Park is tucked away in a quiet neighborhood but offers lots of fun activities for all age groups. The 9-hole disk golf was recently refurbished and is suitable for all levels of play. In 2021 a two-court pickle ball court was installed next to the hockey rink. The park also offers swing sets, playground equipment, baseball fields, basketball court, walking trails, and seasonal restrooms. A new pavilion was also installed in the spring of 2022 which can be rented out for a private party.
Unami Trailhead Parking
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Unami Trail Access #1
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Unami Trail Access #3
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Unami Trail Access #4
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Barrel Run Trail
Barrel Run Trail Access #1
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Milford Township has invested in a large network of walking trails integrated with our beautiful park and recreation facilities.
You can’t get there from here, but you have to start some place. Many people envision a trail system to connect us to a distant destination, a vision that can be achieved if approached in coordinated steps within a larger plan. One major step toward a trail system has been the installation of the central portion of the Unami Trail as part of two subdivisions. Starting at a small parking lot on Kumry Road just north of Weisel Road, over a mile and a half of trails wind through the woods and connect the Parkside and Streamview developments. Check it out some time. You might be surprised to find not only a beautiful trail in a serene setting, but other enhancements like a 97 foot “wood” bridge made of weathering steel over the Barrel Run Creed and marble mosaic trail markers embedded in the sidewalks of Streamview.