About This Location

This is a woodland-surrounded neighborhood park that, in addition to its beautiful setting, features many opportunities for recreation, ranging from tennis and baseball to a playground and picnic area.

The park is dedicated to Patrolman David Hancock, a Township Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty. Patrolman Hancock also founded the Homerun Derby in Montgomery Township, and a memorial to him is at the park.


Located at the end of Meadowood Drive


1 fenced full court with 2 hoops
1 bench, 1 trashcan, 1 recycle bin
Parking Lot
47 spots (2 handicap)
Picnic Tables
6 total. 3 are grouped together near play-ground, 1 on either side of tennis courts, 1 in back of park under trees
Monkey bars, bridge, fireman's pole, 2 slides
2 near parking lot and tennis courts
Soccer Field
1 field, not full-size
Softball / Baseball Field
2 bleachers, 2 players' benches, 1 trashcan
Tennis Courts
Fenced court with 4 nets and 1 practice wall. Two portable pickleball nets available.

Fellowship Park is undergoing exciting updates! Click here for more information.

Physical Address
Fellowship Park
125 Meadowood Dr
Lansdale, PA 19446
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