The Upper Perkiomen Valley has many parks and recreation facilities to offer the residents of Red Hill. The Montgomery County Planning Commission has prepared a park & recreation map for the Upper Perkiomen Valley Regional Planning Commission. This map is available free of charge at the Borough Office while supplies last.
Click here for information about the Freedom Valley YMCA.
Centennial Park is jointly owned by Red Hill Borough and Upper Hanover Township. The park is located in Bitting Alley between Third and Fourth Streets in Red Hill. The park contains a gazebo with seating, a paved trail and unpaved trails in the wooded area. This tract of land was purchased from the Berman Family in conjunction with Upper Hanover Township with funding assistance from Keystone Recreation Park & Conservation Fund, administered by Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Marvin B. Godshall, Sr. Park
The Park is located on Apple Street adjacent to Red Hill Park. In addition to being available to the citizens, the park is used by community athletic organizations for practice and games.
Red Hill purchased the park in 2006 with funding assistance from Montgomery County Open Space Program.
Red Hill Park
Red Hill Park is located on West Fourth Street across from the Borough Hall. The Park houses two pavilions, playground equipment, a climbing wall and a basketball court.
The park is available to the public for picnics and large gatherings. Water, electricity, and restroom facilities are provided. The borough maintains a clean and safe park for our citizens. In an effort to continue our park maintenance and improvement projects, we ask that scheduled groups make a donation to the park fund. The recommended donation is $50.00. Please call the borough office at 215.679.2040 or stop by during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Rules regarding park uses are posted on the office site and in the park. NO PETS PLEASE!