Spread on an area of 33-acres along the Neshaminy Creek, Playwicki Park is a favorite spot among campers, hikers and picnickers. Those interested in fishing can also fish in the cool waters of the Creek while those interested in canoeing can ride in a canoe in the waters. Designated barbecue areas make this park ideal for camping and barbecue parties. This quiet retreat on the Maple Avenue is a perfect place for outdoorsy people to jog, walk, hike or camp.
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Playwicki Park Reviews & Ratings
Good medium size park. Nice and peaceful. Walk the dog or come with the children for the swings and slides. Or maybe a cookout at 1 of the 2 Pavilions. Or maybe just some bird watching. And/or fishing. Have fun .
This is a small neglected park. There are a few grills and picnic pavilions, a dangerous playground, unmowed grass, and a creek where they used to (?) dump sewer water. The entrance to the park is hard to see, and getting out you risk your life if turning left into traffic. Only redeeming qualities are an actual bathroom, good place to get Pokemon, and there is tons of shade, unlike other parks in this area. Don't confuse it with Playwicki Farm down the street, which is much nicer.
Love this park! So calm and relaxing. So many deer walk around.
One of my favorite places. The giant arches are beautiful
Playwiki park is a rather small park big on charm. If you're looking for a nice quiet day of hiking, fishing or maybe a family cookout it's a nice place to visit. It doesn't boast of any large park tourist attractions, it is quaint n cozy. It does have one feature that deserves mention. About a half mile up the inner trail accessed by walking under the railroad tunnel there is what I believe to be a smokehouse. It is subterrainean and made of heavy block stone with a corbel ceiling. Its walls are still stained with carbon deposits I assume was caused by heavy smoke. In the middle of the ceiling is an opening that is just below ground level. For most of my life a large stone was wedged in that opening. Within the last 5 years or so the stone was somehow removed. I don't know the age of the structure but its evident its "very" old. I've tried to find references of the structure on line to no avail. Maybe someone with a more experienced eye might have answers. Happy Trails