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Thank You Quigley & Saltzman Families

We extend our sincerest thanks to the Quigley and Saltzman Families for sponsoring the Tot Swing Set which is one of the newly installed play-pieces at Kids Castle for children ages 2 to 5 years old. We also thank Lauren Sheehan, a long time Kids Castle volunteer who worked with these sponsors to secure the Read More…


Molly & John Gribb Contribute to Kids Castle

Improvements at Kids Castle continue with the addition of four new play pieces for children ages 2 to 5, made possible through a grant from the Timken Foundation and a generous donation from Molly and John Gribb who sponsored the Jet Spring Rider (pictured). Volunteers continue to work with the community and the Township as Read More…


“The World’s Most Unbelievable Playgrounds”

Our very own Kids Castle is listed as one of the world’s most unbelievable playgrounds in the online digital city guild for parents called the Red Tricycle. We find ourselves notably mentioned among playgrounds located in London, Australia, Sweden, Japan, France and as far away as Istanbul. What a valued treasure we have in Kids Castle; a place imagined back Read More…


Kids Castle receives a $10,000 Grant

We are proud to announce that we have received a $10,000.00 grant from the Timken Foundation to help fund our initiative to Build the Kingdom at Kids Castle. We are proud to have their support for this project which will provide new opportunities for play to children of all ages and abilities at graduated levels of challenge to ensure that Read More…


The new Pirate Ship is installed!

The new Pirate Ship is installed and you are invited aboard on Friday, September 5th from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. during our Ribbon Cutting ceremony. Don’t be late! Who will be the first little pirate on the ship – we will see. Entertainment starts at 3:30 p.m. with music, face-painting, a chance to win a prize and much more.


The Commemorative Brick Walkway Opens

Work on the Commemorative Brick walkway at Kids Castle has been completed and it is now open to the public. As you walk along this path you will see all of the beautiful Murals, which were graciously painted and donated by local artists.


Jump Rope for Kids Castle at Kutz a Success!

Thank you to The Cornerstone Clubs, Doylestown Township Parks and Recreation, Adrienn Banhegyi (“Jump Rope Girl”), and everyone who came out on January 18 to  Paul W. Kutz Elementary School to participate in the jump rope event. A fun time was had by all! More than fifty children participated in the jump rope class led Read More…


Saving Stories of Kids Castle

To celebrate the history of Kids Castle and the efforts of the Save Kids Castle project, we are building an accessible online database of photos and memories for everyone to enjoy. We need YOUR voice! To do this, send us a handwritten letter of your memories of Kids Castle and why it’s significant to you and your family. Read More…