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Plentiful Parks and Recreation Await Montgomery County Homeowners

Categories: Hallmark Homes Group, Montgomery County, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Montgomery County | Posted: December 29, 2017

If you are looking for a new home community in Montgomery County, Horsham Glen is perfectly situated near playgrounds, dog parks, landmarks and festival grounds. Residents who love to exercise, explore and learn can participate in a variety of fun, family-friendly activities.

Hallmark Homes Group along with the Horsham Department of Library and Recreation Services and Montgomery County Planning Commission work in harmony to make this area an ideal place to live and play.

Hit a Homerun

Headquarters of the Horsham Little League Association, Deep Meadow Park offers a total of 11 fields for sanctioned games — seven for baseball and four for softball. Additionally, youngsters can explore the exciting playground while grownups can challenge themselves on the 10-station workout course.

At the end of the day, everyone can meet for lunch at one of the numerous picnic tables scattered throughout the grounds. Lukens Park also hosts softball on three fields while providing basketball and playground facilities specifically designed to be wheelchair accessible.

Participate with Your Best Friend

The Horsham Dog Park is a 1.5 acre stretch of land created so that citizens and their dogs can mingle with other locals during outdoor play. As a community member, this dynamic park gives you an opportunity to engage in the hands-on enrichment of a place you and your canine companions will cherish for years to come.

The unique property is a donation from Horsham Township, with the agreement that it is to be utilized and maintained by the residents of Montgomery County. This initiative is run by the Friends of Horsham Dog Park (FoHDP) — a group that welcomes new neighbors who want to become active contributors.

Explore Local Heritage

If you’re a history buff, you’ll appreciate The Keith House — a well-preserved landmark awaiting you within the 42 acres of nostalgic Graeme Park. A quiet retreat from the modern day bustle, visitors can explore the area’s exceptional past.

Founded in 1721 under the name of “Fountain Low,” the property was continually impacted by local, national and international events until 1958 when it was passed on to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Nature enthusiasts and wildlife photographers will also find plenty to marvel at on these beautiful grounds. Among other things, the park is home to numerous native species including wild turkey, great blue herons, whitetail deer, fox, reptiles and amphibians.

Celebrate Summer

Towards the end of every May, the Hatboro Summer Fun Festival takes over Miller Meadow, an 8-acre natural preserve on the banks by the Pennypack Creek. For a full week, residents enjoy an abundance of homemade treats, nighttime fireworks, dazzling rides and live entertainment.

The Fun Never Ends

As a homeowner in Horsham, PA, you can enjoy abundant family fun and cultural adventures just beyond your own front yard. Contact a Hallmark Homes Group Representative to learn more about the new homes available in Montgomery County and how this close-knit community can be yours.

Connie Sweeney

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