Fort Liberty Playland
- Bike Trail
- Bocce Ball Court
- Park Passport
- Picnic Tables
About the Parks
Located on Van Gorden Road north of State Route 129, this 7.5 acre park is a child's paradise. An elaborate wooden playground was built in 1999 with the help of Friends of Liberty Parks and Recreation (FLPR) and from community contributions.
Fort Liberty Playland, established in 2000.
View map of Fort Liberty Playland.
Located off Princeton Road between State Route 747 and LeSourdsville West Chester Road.
Amenities include a state-of-the-art playground and two shelters.
A large mowed area is great to fly a kite, toss a ball, or fling a Frisbee. Ample parking is another plus for this park. Bring a lunch and let the children play! Two shelters are also available for rental at Fort Liberty Playland.
Fort Liberty Playland also features a StoryWalk that was installed in Spring 2020 in partnership with the MidPointe Library System. The 16-panel StoryWalk begins just past the entrance to the park's playground and continues a third of a mile down to Reserves Park. Visitors may enjoy the stories at their own pace. The StoryWalk book is switched out on a regular basis. Learn more about the StoryWalk here.