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Warminster Township


Click here for a link to the Warminster Library:


To view the upcoming library programs click on the library link, then on adult services.

Library Hours: Mon-Wed 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Thu. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fri. Noon to 5 p.m.

Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Dropbox 24/7

Go to for renewals and hold requests.


Online Virtual Programs

Digital Resources

Did you know the Warminster Library has many online resources that are FREE? You can apply for an eCard online and instantly access their digital resources:

Some of their offerings are The Philadelphia Inquirer and The New York Times, Consumer Reports, HeritageQuest (genealogy assistance), Hoopla (download and stream music, videos, e-audiobooks, e-comics and ebooks). You can listen, read and watch on your phone, computer or tablet.

The library also offers Pennsylvania POWER Library Network. Access it at:

It features a variety of e-resources: Health and Wellness, a Science Reference Center, Academic OneFile (articles from scholarly journals and podcasts, transcripts and videos from NPR, CNN, & BBC Worldwide Learning). This is only a small sample of the library’s digital resources. Now is a good time to take advantage of the Library’s resources.



Click here to see a video about Warminster Park.

Warminster is a great place to live. If you are looking for something to do this spring and summer, go to one of the parks in Warminster. You can go to Warminster community park, Munro park, Szymanek park, Log College park or Kemper park. These parks have picnic tables. Pack some lunch and take a book to read or go for a walk and enjoy the fresh air.

Kemper Park is located off Valley road and runs alongside little Neshaminy Creek.

It features walking trail, biking trail, softball field and playground and picnic pavilions and benches.

Residents consider Kemper park to be the most scenic. People love to watch the ducks in the creek. Bread, chips, crackers, donuts, cereal, popcorn and similar bread-type products and scraps are never good to feed the ducks. Feeding ducks bread is bad because the food has little nutritional value and can harm ducklings' growth, pollute waterways and attract rodents and other pests. Foods to bring: peas, lettuce, corn, vegetable peels, non-citrus fruits (such as grapes) and worms.

Warminster community park is located at 300 Veterans circle. The park comprises 243 acres. It has basketball courts, slides, swings and playground. It also has a Bark Park for dogs. The community park has picnic pavilions, picnic tables,  and benches and rest rooms.

Munro Park is located at 1270 Newtown road in warminster Pa 18974. This 36 acre park serves as the main resource for all local sports in Warminster--soccer, baseball and softball games and practice take  place here. It also has basketball and tennis courts. There are biking and walking trails and a skate park.There are benches, picnic tables and restrooms.

Szymanek park is located at 200 east street road in Warminster. It has athletic fields, benches and playgrounds.There are basketball courts and a football field.There are 10.8 acres to enjoy.

Log College park is located at 1070 Log College Road in Warminster. It offers tennis courts, basketball courts and volley ball courts.There are picnic benches. It comprises 26.6 acres.

All the parks are open from 7 am to dusk and have free parking.

To see a great video on YouTube search for Warminster Community Park Update 06/2021

For more information contact Marge 


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