Playing In Oxford, PA
Whether you are visiting for a day, stopping by for an event, or joining us for a longer trip… Oxford offers something for everyone! Click on the images for additional information. Tour maps can be downloaded by clicking on the images. Be sure to visit our local restaurants, breweries and merchants as you DISCOVER Oxford.
Lancaster Ave at 3rd St.
Oxford, PA 19363
There is one picnic pavilion and several other picnic areas throughout the park. There is a playground for children. Restroom facilities consist of two port-a-potties. No admission fee and the park is open from 8:00am to dusk. There is street parking.
Home to Oxford Inclusive Playground.
150 Park Road
Nottingham, PA 19362
(West Nottingham Township)
Nine pavilions with several other informal picnic areas play lots, and rest room facilities. This 651 acre park also has two ponds for fishing, stocked with bass and pan fish. The park also has a Par course Fitness Circuit, a series of 15 exercise events occurring at 8 separate stations along a jogging and walking trail. No admission fee and the park is open from 8:00am to dusk.
Home to Freedom Fest in July.
The park is open from DAWN to DUSK.
All dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after. (Disposal bags available)
Ball field, multi-purpose field, and picnic pavilion are available for reservation on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are required.
Walking Trail and Pavillion.
Wyncote Golf Club Oxford, PA
Wyncote Golf Club has received National Recognition for being one of the finest golf courses in the country.
Tanglewood Manor Golf Course
Nestled in the rolling hills of Southern Lancaster County, Tanglewood is “Minutes from home • Miles from Ordinary” One of the Top 10 Public Golf Courses in PAs . www.twgolf.com
The reservoir is a 620 acre impoundment with over 10 miles of shoreline. It is home to a variety of small and large mouth bass, white crappie, yellow and white perch, walleye, northern pike, catfish and a variety of sunfish. Boat rentals are available.
Located along the Maryland-Pennsylvania border, the State Line Serpentine Barrens contains some of the last major remnants of serpentine grassland in eastern North America.
Fair Hill is a 5,656 acre Natural Resources Management Area, where multiple management practices are employed for the maximum use and protection of Maryland’s natural resources. Fair Hill is known for its pristine fields, woodlands and natural beauty.