Cedar Grove Park is located on Cedar Grove Road and Wells Street.
Fort Washington State Park consists of 493 acres in eastern Montgomery County. It takes its name from the temporary fort built by George Washington’s troops in the fall of 1777, before heading to Valley Forge. The park is popular with hikers and picnickers. Birders enjoy the seasonal migration of raptors from the Observation Deck.
The Gateway Open Space Park at Cold Point is located on the corner of Flourtown Road and Butler Pike. This passive pocket park has has a "Welcome to Whitemarsh" sign on the corner, native plants & trees, and an accessible walkway that leads to a sitting area with a trellis, benches, and a picnic table.
Kline Park is a 57 acre parcel that was donated to Whitemarsh Township by the Shacklett family between 1999-2000. This predominantly passive park & nature preserve is located between Joshua Road and Ridge Pike, with a gateway located near the intersection of Wisteria Lane and Birch Drive.
Koontz Park is located at 2391 Harts Lane and features various walking trails and native plant landscapes.
Leeland Park features a new playground structure that was installed in the summer of 2000 and new swing sets installed in the spring of 2002.
McCarthy Park is a 17 acre site purchased by the Township in 1999 with grant funding from the Montgomery County Open Space Program. The park is adjacent to Colonial School District's Victory Fields, west of Joshua Road.
Miles Park received a new playground in the summer of 2000 and a tot lot play area in the spring of 2001 with the assistance of the patrons of the Whitemarsh Parks.
Valley Green Park is in the process of renovations, with phase 1 renovations completed in the spring of 2001.
Wells Street Open Space is a 23.1 acre site that has been maintained utilizing a stewardship plan created by Natural Lands Trust in 2015. The scenic natural passive site includes a walking/hiking trail, a meadow, and a picnic area with tables and benches.