Overview of Warrington
The township of Warrington is located in eastern Pennsylvania, approximately 36 miles north of Philadelphia. The township is part of the borough of Wellsville in York County. Warrington apartments for rent are excellent options for joining more than 4,400 residents living across approximately 36 square miles of land.
Warrington is a family-friendly township, with roughly 23.8 percent of its population younger than 18. Residents have easy access to nearby major roads, including the Pennsylvania Turnpike and the Northeast Extension. The nearby Doylestown Airport provides air travel to Warrington residents as well.
Living in Warrington, PA
The township of Warrington was laid out in 1744 by deputy surveyor of Lancaster County, Thomas Cook. In 1783, there were officially 230 taxable residents of Warrington Township, and the main professions of these early inhabitants including weavers, coopers, wheelwrights, tailors, an innkeeper, carpenters, and schoolmasters. The township is named after Warrington, England.
The township is made up primarily of families, and roughly 32 percent of households have children younger than 18 living with them. The average household sign is 2.59 people and the average family size is 2.89 people.
Warrington Attractions and Special Events
People living in Warrington apartments have numerous parks where they can take advantage of outdoor recreation. Warrington Township was awarded a Keystone Recreation, Park, and Conservation Fund in 2000, which provided $37,000 for the purchase of 21 acres of land adjacent to the municipal facility. Since that time, the area has been built up considerably, adding facilities for picnicking, a basketball court, and a pavilion that is made available for reservation by residents. The pavilion can seat 120 to 150 people.
Other popular area attractions for residents to get up close with nature include Gifford Pinchot State Park and Roundtop Mountain Resort. Gifford Pinchot encompasses approximately 2,338 acres and consists of farm fields, wooded hillsides, and the 340-acre Pinchot Lake. Roundtop is popular for adventurous activities such as zip-lining, summer tubing, bumper boats, snowboarding, and paintball fields.
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