Upper Dublin Township is a township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. Upper Dublin was mostly farmland and open space, but transitioned to a residential suburb during the postwar population boom. Today, Upper Dublin is mostly spread-out development housing, and has the fourth highest median income in Montgomery County. Upper Dublin is made up of several community areas.
The primary center of business and industry in the Township is the Fort Washington Office Park. The park contains the offices of over one-hundred different companies, including Aetna, AccuWeather, Eastern National, Genworth Financial, a suburban campus of Temple University, a campus of Gwynedd-Mercy College and a campus of DeVry University.
Upper Dublin has more than 40 sites and 600 acres of parkland and open space ranging in size from neighborhood squares to sprawling meadow-like areas. There are natural resource areas as well as active recreation sites with varying amenities including tennis courts, play lots, jogging/exercise trails, picnic pavilions, playing fields, basketball courts and sand volleyball courts. Upper Dublin is also home to three golf courses. Manufacturers Golf & Country Club is nestled on historic Camp Hill and is nationally known.
There are four elementary schools (K-5), one middle school (6-8) and one high school (9-12) which are fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. The Township is also home to a number of private schools and universities.