Whether you live in or around Bucks County or are visiting from out-of-town, the area abounds in attractions for everyone. There are so many great activities in the area you’ll need to return again and again!
Do you love the outdoors? If so, there are numerous parks and hiking trails throughout the area… plus fishing and tubing on the Delaware River.
Directly across the Walking Bridge, the 79-acre recreation area offers a boat launch and nature trail. The park is operated and maintained by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry.
Paralleling the Delaware River between Easton and Bristol, this diverse park contains an historic canal and 60-mile long towpath. Once trod by mule teams pulling boats along the canal, the towpath is used today by walkers, joggers, bicyclists, cross-country skiers and bird watchers.
The original outfitter for Delaware River tubing, kayaking, canoeing, and rafting, Bucks County River Country has been serving happy river enthusiasts for 50 years.
Established in 1748, Carousel Farm Lavender offers a variety of soaps, candles, creams, essential oils, honey, flowers and plants.
Above & Beyond Ballooning is a professional hot air balloon company offering hot air balloon rides seven days a week in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
If you are a shopper, the area offers a wide array of eclectic shopping opportunities, antiquing, art galleries, and outlet shopping.
Home to eclectic shopping, riverside dining, impressive theater and cultural attractions, New Hope is a small town with a big city feel. New Hope was named one of "America's Favorite Towns" by Travel + Leisure.
A gathering of antiques shops, eclectic galleries and comfortable coffee shops clustered on the banks of the scenic Delaware River makes Lambertville a haven for artists and craftsmen.
Discover a historic village with charming colonial-style buildings, award winning gardens, and distinctive shopping, dining, and lodging.
From apparel and accessories to leather and luggage, you’re sure to find what you need at Penn’s Purchase.
Named by Travel + Leisure Magazine as the #13 Best Small Town to Visit in the country (and #1 for Arts and Culture), Doylestown offers unique shops, museums, and charming state theater.
Find an exciting collection of outlet stores from the world's leading designers and name brands.
If you love a good flea market, you’ve come to the right area. Well-known flea markets provide a unique experience sure to satisfy your need for a good bargain. Don’t miss the Stockton Market and the Farm Market at Manoff Market Gardens for mouth-watering goodies!
Established in 1967, the Golden Nugget is a gold mine of an indoor/outdoor market specializing in antiques, collectibles, art, and more.
Rice's Market is a 30-acre outdoor shopping market offering antiques and collectibles, jewelry, handbags, Amish meats and baked goods, clothing, fresh fruits and vegetables, and more.
A year-round, indoor community market located in the picturesque river town of Stockton, New Jersey.
Known for juicy and delicious peaches, strawberries, nectarines, blackberries, raspberries, apples, pumpkins and flowers, Manoff Market Gardens also offers gift baskets and homemade goodies.
Looking for cultural entertainment? The charming town of Doylestown is home to the James A. Michener Art Museum, the Mercer Museum, Fonthill and Moravian Tile Works, to name a few.
The Mercer Museum was built to house Henry Mercer's extensive collection of objects representing everyday life in the pre-industrial age, while Fonthill Castle is a window into his unique architectural and artistic vision.
The James A. Michener Art Museum is dedicated to preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the art and cultural heritage of the Bucks County region, hosting special exhibitions as well as a world-class collection of Pennsylvania Impressionist paintings.
Since opening its doors in 1939, Bucks County Playhouse has provided the finest in theatrical entertainment for the Bucks County community.
The 30-mile stretch of the parallel trails of the Delaware Canal State Park (PA) and Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park (NJ) form a series of trails circuits via five connecting bridges over the Delaware. Cyclists can choose multiple options of length and distance. For the serious mountain biker, the High Rocks/Tohickon Valley Park trail will challenge nerves and skill.
A walk along the Paunacussing Creek is a gentle climb up Fleecydale Road toward the historic village of Carversville on one of the prettiest roads in Bucks County. Or, cross the historic walking bridge to Bull’s Island and walk along the canal, or learn about the local flora and fauna with the Park Naturalist. For a longer trek, head north or south on the towpath along the Delaware Canal.
Canoeists and kayakers can launch from the public access area (just across the walking bridge at Bull’s Island) to enjoy the water trail, which includes scenic views of the river islands and the red shale of the Nockamixon Cliffs natural areas. Canoeing is also popular on the canals and at the Giving Pond Recreation Area a few miles upriver. Canoe and kayak rentals can be arranged upon request for hotel guests.
The Delaware River contains many species of game fish including striped bass, smallmouth bass and walleye. The canals on both sides of the river contain a variety of warm water game fish. State fishing licenses are required.
Just a few miles north, High Rocks State Park is popular for its spectacular views and many geological features. The 200-foot sheer rock face of this cliff offers a unique challenge to the experienced climber.
The Lower Delaware River is a major migratory route for raptors, waterfowl and songbirds. Some other favorite bird watching spots are Fleecydale Road, Bull’s Island and a short drive away, Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve and Bucks County Audubon Society’s Honey Hollow.