A walk along Delaware Canal State Park's 60-mile-long towpath is a stroll through American history.
Parallel to the Delaware River between Easton and Bristol, this varied park includes: a historic canal and towpath A 90-acre pond Many miles of river shoreline 11 river islands including the Morgan Hill group (3), Loors, Whippoorwill, Old Sow, Raubs, Lynn / Frog / Rock group, and Hendricks From riverside to farmland to historic cities, visitors to Delaware Canal State Park appreciate the ever-changing
The park is open every day of the year, from sunrise to sunset. Day use regions near to dusk.
Tohickon Valley Park:
Just downstream from Ralph Stover State Park, Tohickon Creek tumbles over and around many big rocks, forming tiny pools and falls. The smooth, cool water of the Tohickon enables many tourists end up in the water with at least their feet. This Bucks County Park's cabins and campgrounds are a favorite during late March and early November water releases. Water flows from Lake Nockamixon at a rate of 500 cubic feet / second for 2 days, turning the quiet Tohickon Creek into a raging 3 & 4 whitewater playground. Playground, picnic, hiking, swimming, fishing, tents and cottages are included.Park Office GPS DD: Lat. 40.54957 Long, long. Driving Directions: The Interactive GIS Map has turn-by-turn driving directions from the Park Information Window to the park office.
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