Bucks County

Haunted Places in Bucks County

Friday, October 21, 2016 2:05 PM by Emma Mills

Given the rich history of Bucks County, it’s of no surprise that there is an abundance of chilling ghost stories born from various attractions. From the early settlers, to the Revolutionary War and since, there have been a number of published accounts of sightings and chilling experiences. Here is just the start of haunted places that you can find in the area…

The Black Bass Inn was built in the

Along the Towpath in Yardley

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 7:00 AM by Elisa Baxt

When I first moved to the quaint borough of Yardley in Bucks County, I wondered if everybody was super athletic based on how many cars, Jeeps and trucks drove through town with bicycles on the back or kayaks strapped to the roof! I had not yet learned what easy access residents of Yardley and its neighboring towns had to the 60-mile long towpath that runs along the Delaware Canal that is just

31 Beers of Halloween Tasting!

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 3:04 PM by Jonathan Keller

It comes on quickly. You first hear the door eerily creeeeeeek open followed by the sounds of chemicals bubbling. Chains begin rattling. Then, thump......THUMP…..THUMP! It hits you all at once when the drum starts kicking.

You know it must be Halloween season when the Boris Pickett timeless classic, “The Monster Mash”, has taken over your radio speakers! Time for candy corn, spooky ghouls,

Route 412 - A Fall Foliage Lover's Delight!

Monday, September 19, 2016 1:56 PM by Carl LaVO

Summer turns to autumn and memories return of going great lengths to see a maple tree change color. Like flying or driving from my former home in Gainesville, Fla. to New England to see the magnificence of tiny towns awash in the red, orange and yellows of the season. Having lived for many years in Bucks County since then, I now realize all that pulchritude is close at hand – right here. It’s just

Paddle Boarding Obsessed!

Monday, September 12, 2016 9:21 AM by Elisa Baxt

What started as an interest in kayaking last summer has turned into a stand up paddle boarding obsession, and I have just the place for you go if you'd like to try it!

I can't say enough positive things about the time I've spent at Driftwood Water Adventures, the kayak and paddle board rental stand at the edge of a spring fed lake at Falls Township Park in Lower Bucks County. Not only is Driftwood

Bike to a Better You in Bucks

Monday, August 8, 2016 7:35 AM by Rick James

I recently read an article on bicycling.com that said cycling makes you happier, smarter and sexier. If that’s the case, then you need to take advantage of biking in Bucks County! Whether you prefer riding solo or in groups, back roads or trails, long distances or short, there are plenty of opportunities throughout the county.

Check out the following ways to bike toward a happier and smarter you:

The Silver Lining of Silver Lake

Tuesday, August 2, 2016 9:15 AM by Justin DeRosa

It goes without saying that Bucks County is a unique gem in the Mid-Atlantic States. There are parks and history around nearly every corner. Finding a beautiful place to explore in Bucks County is about as easy as finding a Wawa.

With limited research, it’s easy to gather an impressive list of locations to explore in the area, such as Tyler State Park, Nockamixon State Park and Neshaminy State