Environment • Parks & Trails

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Molasses Creek Park
2175 Krammes Road
Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951

Named after the creek in the woods, Molasses Creek Park is a hidden treasure in full site of major roads. With trails, exercise stations, baseball, basketball, a climbing wall, handball, beach volleyball, hirseshoes, memorial, picnic pavillion, grills, bathrooms and various play equipment for all ages, this park is well worth the trip.

Molasses Creek Access

Unami Creek Park
98 Parkview Dr.
Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951

This is an above average little 9 hole course. Hole 1 is the perfect way to start a round of disc golf, you can just rip it down the long downhill fairway into a wide open field, then layup to the basket which is tucked into the woods. After hole 2, another field hole that's basket is tucked into the treeline, you head into the woods for the last 7 holes. The courses baskets are in great shape and we had the course to ourselves. The flypads are in great shape and seemed longer than most (in my mind this was a positive). Finally the tee signs are adequate and there are next tee signs after most holes.

Fernbrook Park
1705 Trumbauersville Rd
Pennsburg, PA 18073

Located at the bend of the Unami Creek, this small park has a pavilion and trail. You can sometimes see Blue Heron at the bend.

Trails

Unami Trail
Unami Trailhead Parking
Unami Trail Access #1
Unami Trail Access #2
Unami Trail Access #3
Unami Trail Access #4

Barrel Run Trail
Barrel Run Trail Access #1
Barrel Run Trail Access #2

Milford Township has invested in a large network of walking trails integrated with our beautiful park and recreation facilities.
Unami Trail
You can't get there from here, but you have to start some place. Many people envision a trail system to connect us to a distant destination, a vision that can be achieved if approached in coordinated steps within a larger plan. One major step toward a trail system has been the installation of the central portion of the Unami Trail as part of two subdivisions. Starting at a small parking lot on Kumry Road just north of Weisel Road, over a mile and a half of trails wind through the woods and connect the Parkside and Streamview developments. Check it out some time. You might be surprised to find not only a beautiful trail in a serene setting, but other enhancements like a 97 foot "wood" bridge made of weathering steel over the Barrel Run Creed and marble mosaic trail markers embedded in the sidewalks of Streamview.