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Walking Routes

Store-filled sidewalks

of Hatboro

From 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (on both days and along both routes), participants can stroll along signage filled pathways that will educate them about HHEF supported programs and our generous HHEF sponsors. Participants will also find selfie-stations where they can snap a photo of themselves and post on Facebook to earn a chance to win fun prizes!

From 10:00am – 2:00pm each day (and on both routes) there will be more fun components for walkers to experience and enjoy as well.

Store-filled sidewalks of Hatboro

Starting Point:

The Hatboro walk begins and ends in beautiful Eaton Park, located at 321 West Moreland Avenue.  

 

Parking: 

Parking is available at Eaton Park and across the street at the Hatboro Pool/Memorial Park.

Signage will guide walkers to the top of the park and then on to W. Moreland Ave. toward the shopping district on York Road.

Once on York Road participants will find themselves in the heart of Hatboro with all kinds of establishments to explore. From breweries and bakeries to a famous furniture store (and lots of additional treasures in between), walkers will discover places to browse and to stop if they get hungry or thirsty -- empanadas, gelato, gourmet popcorn, Dominican, Asian and classic American fare can all be found along York Road.

The route will wind around the Hatboro Federal Savings corporate building and then take walkers to Byberry Road where they will cross York Road and proceed back up the other side of York to Moreland Ave. Once back at Moreland, walkers will make a left and head back to Eaton Park.

 

Walkers who want to explore more of Hatboro can consider the following “extensions.”

 

  • Want to see more of the town and shops? Instead of heading back to Eaton park at Moreland keep going straight on York Road to Montgomery Avenue (where you will find two famous Hatboro eateries LUHV Vegan Bistro and Silvio’s Deli) . Make a right on Montgomery Avenue (where you will find another brewery and a cute boutique). Stay on Montgomery to Penn St.  Make a right on to Penn and follow it to Moreland. Make a right on Moreland and follow it straight back to Eaton Park.

 

  • When you get back to Eaton Park, explore the trail that takes you around the park and past the stream, basketball courts and pavilion. If you want to keep going, head across the street to Memorial Park (behind the Hatboro Pool) where you will find a baseball field, playground, sand volleyball and a creek.

 

  • Have you seen Hatboro-Horsham School District’s newest elementary school?  While you are in the area be sure to drive by and check out Crooked-Billet Elementary at 101 Meadowbrook Ave., Hatboro. (and if you go between the hours of 8am-1pm be sure to check out the Steel Penny Café at 451A Oakdale Ave. for coffee, cold drinks and sweet treats). If you are looking to get in more steps you will find a walking trail and playground at the school that is perfect for young children.

 

Things to know:

  • Signage will be in place from 8:00am – 5:00pm Saturday & Sunday.

  • Sponsored Selfie-Stations can be found along the route. Take a selfie and post on Facebook for a chance to win fun prizes.

  • Most Hatboro businesses are open on Saturday – some are closed on Sunday. There are plenty of places along the route to get snacks, breakfast, lunch or dinner.

  • Hatboro is a dog-friendly town! Leashed dogs are permitted in the parks and must be picked up after. Many store owners have water bowls and treats out for four-legged vistors

  • There is additional parking at Memorial Park/Hatboro Pool (330 West. Moreland Ave).

Bonus Experiences

  • From 10:00am – 2:00pm each day (and on both routes) there will be additional add-ons for walkers to experience and enjoy as well. 

  • Saturday

    • 10:00 - 2:00pm: Eaton Park

      • HHEF Representatives (table)

    • 10:00 - Noon: Eaton Park

      • Jarrett Nature Center Representatives (table)

    • 12:00am - 2:00pm: Hatboro Federal Savings 212 S York Rd

      • Hatboro Federal Savings Representatives handing out water and reusable water bottles (limited availability)

  • Sunday

    • 10:00am – 2:00pm: Eaton Park

      • HHEF Representatives (table)

    • 11:00am - 1:00 pm: Eaton Park

      • KVMS Drone Demonstrations by members of National Junior Honor Society

    • 11:00am - 1:00pm: Hatboro Federal Savings 212 S York Rd

      • Hatboro Federal Savings Representatives handing out water and reusable water bottles (limited availability)

 
 

Trails of Horsham

Starting Point:

The Horsham walk begins and ends at the Horsham Township Municipal Complex located at 1025 Horsham Road.

Parking: 

Parking is available in the front, rear and side of the Township Community Center. Additional parking can also be found at the Park across Horsham Road from the Municipal Complex.

Once parked, walkers should look for the red and white HHEF Feather Flag that will guide them to the start of the route (in front of the Community Center).

Signage will guide walkers to the beginning of the walk route which starts at the back of the Township firehouse.

Walkers will follow signage that will take them on a mile+ loop that will bring them out behind the Community Center (by the Pickle Ball Courts).

In addition to learning about HHEF and our supporters, along the route walkers will find:

  • Beautiful bridges

  • A picturesque pond

  • A lively dog park

  • A fun playground

  • Creeks and streams

  • Public restrooms

  • Soccer Fields

  • Sponsored Selfie-Stations – for fun and prizes!

 

Walkers who want to extend their walk can consider the following “extension.”

 

If the mile loop was not enough, consider heading back to the Horsham Power Line Trail for a walk  to the Jarrett Nature Center! The Jarrett Nature Center is Hatboro-Horsham School District’s Outdoor Classroom and one of HHEF’s supported programs. Walkers can take the Power Line Trail to Babylon Road (make a left) to the Simmons Elementary lot (make a right) and follow the service road that connects Simmons, the stadium and the High School to the nature center. The center includes a variety of habitats including a pond, woods, meadow and wetlands. Interpretive signs illustrated by students point out important features of these and many other places of interest along the way.

 

Things to know:

  • Signage will be in place from 8:00am – 5:00pm Saturday & Sunday.

  • Horsham trails are dog-friendly town. Leashed dogs are permitted in the parks and must be picked up after.

 

Bonus Experiences

  • From 10:00am – 2:00pm each day (and on both routes) there will be additional add-ons for walkers to experience and enjoy as well. 

  • Saturday

    • ​10:00am – Noon: Township Complex – by Community Center

      • KVMS Drone Demonstrations by members of National Junior Honor Society

    • 10:00am – 2:00pm: Township Complex – by Community Center

      • HHEF Representatives (table)

      • Horsham Township Representatives (table)

      • Horsham Police Representatives (table)

      • Horsham Firehouse Open House

  • Sunday

    • 10:00am – 2:00pm: Township Complex – by Community Center

      • HHEF Representatives (table)

      • Horsham Township Representatives (table)

      • Horsham Police Representatives (table)

      • Horsham Firehouse Open House

    • 10:00am – Noon: by the pond in Kohler park

      • Jarrett Nature Center Representatives (table)

 

 

 

 

 

T-shirts will be available to purchase on event days
between 10am and 2:00pm

at the HHEF Table – while supplies last

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