Middletown Township controls 138.5 acres of dedicated parkland for active recreation and 523 acres of open space and stormwater management parcels.  In addition, Middletown has preserved the 100 acre Middletown Country Club, the 107 acre Styer Orchards, the 88 acre Langhorne Spring Water Company and the over 10 acre Spring Valley Farm.

Middletown Township is also host to 1,380 acres of Bucks County parkland and 519 acres of Neshaminy School District property, including the 125 acre environmental study center at Neshaminy High School.

These combined areas represent approximately 23% of the Township's total 12,416 acre landmass.

You can view photos and read a short description of the four preserved properties: Middletown County Club, Styer Orchards and Market, Langhorne Spring Water Company and Spring Valley Farm.