Limerick Community Park is located at 180 Swamp Pike in Limerick, Pennsylvania. The 70-acre park is about a 20 minute drive northwest from King of Prussia. It is also close to Pottstown.
The 70-acre park has the typical park staples including basketball courts, baseball fields, walking track, and pavilions. However, it’s the Manderach Memorial Playground that is the main attraction for children.
Manderach Memorial Playground
The playground is located inside Limerick Community Park. The playground’s main feature is the huge tower which has two gigantic tube slides attached to it.
Keep in mind that the pathway up to the tower and the slides is not normal steps. It is more of a ramp with slats every foot or so, which makes it a bit harder for small children to climb.
It’s difficult to see the children in the tunnel when waiting on the ground. We sent our older child into the tower with our younger child. Therefore, we could make sure that the younger one went down the slide first and didn’t have any problems or get scared in the tower.
Adults can also fit easily inside the tower, if you’d like to follow your child. The playground fun includes more than just the gigantic slides, though.
There’s also two castle play structures of different sizes, one for younger children and one for older children. My kids also enjoyed the dragon which kids can climb.
The playground is large, but fenced except for an opening at the main entrance. The entrance also has a shade pavilion with benches.
Restrooms are located right outside the playground area. This makes them very convenient for children who are potty training. The park’s website indicates that restrooms are closed from November through March. A few picnic tables line the restroom building.
Keep in mind that Manderach Memorial Playground closes on the 1st Monday of each month from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m for inspection and maintenance. Check the park’s website for winter closing information.