Rural and spacious, the township of Limerick, Pennsylvania was incorporated in 1726. Its long history began with Welsh settlers who arrived in the area in the late 17th century. Today, this quiet community offers excellent schools, several parks, and great shopping.
Limerick’s parks include Limerick Community Park, a 65-acre area with a playground, pavilions, ball fields, a track, and basketball courts. Linfield Landing Park is a 6-acre park on Schuylkill River with a walking trail, picnic area, and boat ramp.
Philadelphia Premium Outlets are located in Limerick and attract visitors from all over the area. With 150 outlet stores to choose from, shopping in Limerick is a popular pastime.
Limerick is part of the Spring Ford Area School District, making Limerick perfect for families looking for rental apartments in a Philadelphia suburb. Add in several golf courses and nearby downtown Philadelphia with its bevy of historic sites, museums, and cultural events, and Limerick is a great place to call home.