Parks in Ambler Pa
Ambler Borough Park established in 1937  Located off Hendricks Street at Edgewood Drive this natural area is a narrow 8.6 acre Ambler park that straddles the Rose Valley Creek.  There is a swing set and a picnic table. There are no restroom facilities
Jean Thompson Park  established in 1990 located at Chestnut and Center streets. has a wonderful Tot Lot containing swings and slides geared toward younger children. Near by on Locust Street are two basketball courts
Knight Park purchased by the Borough in 1970 and is one of the most active parks. Located along South Main Street between Church and Bannockburn. Activities include 2 basketball courts, 2 lighted bocce ball courts,  multipurpose court for roller hockey,skateboarding, etc., little League Baseball field, play equipment for tots as well as older children, picnic pavilion with two large tables, grassy area for other recreational activities
Pickering Field built in 1960. Located at Park and Highland Avenue Mainly used for sports activities swings and a sliding board, baseball, T-ball and softball are all played almost year round. There is also a basketball court at the corner of Trinity and North Street.
Ricciardi Park established in 1992 and located on Hendricks between Mt. Pleasant and Tennis Avenues. It contains a tot-lot and a multi-purpose court area for roller hockey, skateboarding, etc. Also on the grounds is a multi-use area lined with trees and a walking trail.


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