Thousands of cars traveling on Rte 73 go through Skippack Township every day, the occupants completely unaware that history was made along this road. General George Washington, his officers and army of 11,000 soldiers encamped here on two occassions. Today, the township is home to many businesses and families who work, live and play comfortably in the new modern world. With a variety of shopping, restaurants and parks for your recreational pleasure, there’s something for everyone.

There are many parks for children as well as adults to enjoy!

CHURCH ROAD PARK

Playground, basketball court and gazebo on Church Road east of Skippack Pike.

JEANNE ROSSET FRENCH MEMORIAL PARK

Open space and baseball field on Township Line Rd south of Collegeville Rd.

PALMER PARK

55-acre park between Heckler and Creamery Roads. 2 mile walking trail, tennis and basketball courts, baseball and soccer fields, tot lot, bocce court, pavilion and the Brown Family Memorial Garden.

For more information on Skippack Township Parks & Recreation email: parks@skippacktownship.org

OTHER RECREATIONAL LINKS

In addition to the many parks and recreational areas in Skippack, there are plenty of restaurants to dine out in as well as plenty of shops to purchase fine gifts and clothing for all!!

Skippack Village Restaurants
Skippack Shopping

Skippack children attend Perkiomen Valley School District. Perkiomen Valley School District is one of the area’s premier school districts, serving nearly 5,900 students in the communities of Collegeville, Lower Frederick, Perkiomen, Schwenksville, Skippack, and Trappe. PVSD has a total of seven schools: high school (grades 9-12), two middle schools (grades 6-8); and four elementary schools (grades K-5).

The mission of the Perkiomen Valley School District is to provide a rich academic and cultural learning environment that maximizes available resources to assure that all students grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally, attaining the skills necessary to become successful citizens.