Environmental Education Center
Welcome to Robbins Park Environmental Education Center!
1419 E. Butler Pk Ambler PA 19002 (across from Meetinghouse Rd & Temple Ambler) firstname.lastname@example.org
Park Location Google Map
Trail Map (Trail Maps are also available at the park)
This 38 acre township park and nature preserve is open to the community during daylight hours for trail hiking, picnicking, and plant and animal observation. Our chipped trails are friendly to all ages and fitness levels, including a one mile paved trail that is handicap accessible. The park now offers 10 interpretive "Each One Teach One" signs. Each sign displays environmental concepts, facts and messages for each of us to pass on to someone else. Come explore our forest, historic spring house and man made pond. Walk along the north branch of the Rose Valley Creek as it flows to the Wissahickon.
**All township rules apply https://www.upperdublin.net
Outside groups must register at the UD Parks & Rec Dept
215-643-1600 Register with the township for Summer Programs
Upper Dublin students have a unique opportunity to form a special bond with Robbins Park, as their outdoor, inquiry science classroom. They receive 2 lessons minimum a year that connect directly with their regular classroom science and state standards.
**All outside groups must communicate, be approved and receive a permit from the Upper Dublin Township Parks and Recreation office 215-63-1600 x3443. https://www.upperdublin.net/departments/parks-recreation/
Summer programs are through Upper Dublin Township Parks and Rec Department.
UDHS Environmental PBL Class Information
20 awesome students, Mrs. Loch (UD Medal winner, Educator of the year), Mrs. Lyons, Drew Lavine & professionals from Green Building United have been learning and advocating for Robbins Park with a year-long project to create a Living Building at Robbins Park.
Click on publications , events and information below:
What is a Living building with petals and biophilic design?
Click here to see the group present to the UD education committee school board 5/6/19
Culminating Project of Temple Graduate Student
Keith Maung-Douglass, Landscape Design & Restoration.
Read background info about Robbins Park and some proposed, sustainable ideas for the future
DID YOU KNOW.....
Upper Dublin Township is a certified BIRDTOWN!!
JOIN US for MONTHLY GUIDED BIRD WALKS for ALL LEVELS led by Wyncote Audubon volunteers!
Check DATES HERE 2nd Thursday of each month 8-10am
Bird Town is a working partnership of Audubon and municipalities in Pennsylvania to promote conservation and community-based actions to create a healthy, more sustainable environment for birds and people. You can sign your yard up!
Audubon provides the tools for the municipality to engage their residents, schools and businesses in making more ecologically-friendly decisions, conserving energy and in the process, saving money. A Bird Town makes efforts to restore valuable ecosystem services to create a culture of conservation where everyone is a potential steward of nature in their backyard and beyond.