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The Borough has six parks. More information on all can be found below.
If you wish to use one of our parks please fill out the below form and email, mail or fax it back to Borough Hall.
Park Rules and Regulations can be found here
Park Use/Waiver Form
Little Crum Creek Park
The Friends of Little Crum Creek Park is a local group dedicated to preserving, restoring, maintaining and protecting the park. Check out their website for information on workdays and more!
Little Crum Creek Application for alterations.
Also known as the “tot lot”, this park is fenced on all sides and great for young kids. Originally acquired in 1970, it was redeveloped in 2002, with a demonstration rain garden added in 2008. This park has a fully equipped play area with swings and plenty of other things to climb on! Located close to Downtown Swarthmore, it is a great place to visit and then walk into town for a meal or snack. The park is located on Rutgers Avenue
Located in Downtown Swarthmore, this park was created in 1993 to mark the Borough's Centennial. Take a seat on one of the benches and watch Swarthmore’s daily life pass by.
The following playing fields are owned and under the control of the Wallingford-Swarthmore School Districts.
Henderson Field - corner of Riverview Road and Widener (also known as Henderson) Way
Rutgers Avenue Field - corner of Strath Haven and Rutgers Avenues
Swarthmore-Rutledge School Field - corner of N. Princeton and College Avenues