About The Philly Pumptrack

The Philly Pumptrack was founded in 2014 as a family-friendly local park that encourages camaraderie, skill development, and of course, fun! There are two tracks, an oval beginner track, and the larger track with multiple line choices.

Track Conditions

Track conditions vary greatly based on the weather, and adverse weather may result in closing the pumptrack. Please check our Facebook page for the most up-to-date track conditions.

Interested in helping us maintain the track? Dig nights take place on most Wednesday nights. Gloves and tools are provided – just show up and we’ll show you the ropes!


The pumptrack is currently CLOSED for the season, and would typically open in early May. Due to COVID-19, opening dates are TBD. As a Philadelphia city park, the pumptrack’s board is currently following local and state guidelines to guarantee the safety of our visitors.

Season: The pumptrack season generally runs mid-May to late October.

Days/Hours: The pumptrack is normally open from 12pm – 6pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Please note that the pumptrack is closed on Sundays and Mondays.

Based on weather, track conditions and volunteer availability, hours and days are subject to change on short notice. Check our Facebook page for the most up-to-date info on season, hours and track conditions.

Make a Donation Today

The Philly Pumptrack relies on volunteers and donations from members of the community. Donations ensure our volunteers can continue to maintain the track and bikes, keeping everything running smoothly.

Can you help us out?

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The Philly Pumptrack has been officially designated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


The pumptrack is located on Parkside Avenue next to the Parkside Evans playground on the far west side of West Fairmount Park.

Follow Us On Facebook

To get the most up-to-date information about the pumptrack (including track conditions, hours, events & more) follow us on Facebook!

13 hours ago

Philly Pumptrack

Thank you to everyone who has donated thus far. We are in the process of communicating every day with our West Philly friends. We are now dealing with the power outages and are trying to secure some dry ice to go along with the food drive again today at 1pm at St. Barbaras. Rest assured we will post up a full accounting of every dime spent whether it be food, ice, dry ice. For anyone wondering what you can do, you can drop off non-perishables at the pumptrack this Friday from 6-8pm. We will be out at 54th and Berks Monday at 11am. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

Philly Pumptrack

THANK YOU to all of the volunteers that helped us empty out the container this afternoon so will be ready for a fresh start when we are able to.

As you may know, our Parkside and Wynnfield communities have been devastated by the looting of local stores and businesses. Grocery stores and pharmacies have been cleared out or set on fire.


We cant allow our friends and family and especially our children to go hungry!

We plan to have care packages and a hot meal for the local families. But, we need YOUR help!

We will need donations of non perishable food, water and toiletries to distribute. You can drop off any donations at the Pumptrack this Friday 6/5 from 6pm-8pm. Please feel free to contact us via DM if necessary.

Examples of good items to donate:
-canned fruit, vegetables, meat
-chips, pretzels
-snack cakes
-granola/protein bars
-powdered drink mix (iced tea, lemonade, kool aid, gatorade)

If you are unable to drop of items but still would like to help you can donate ONLINE at www.phillypumptrack.org/donate

100% of the donations raised will go directly to supporting the Parkside and Wynnfield community
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