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Tyler State Park

  • 101 Swamp Rd
  • Newtown, PA 18940
  • (215) 968-2021

1,711 acres. Neshaminy Creek meanders through the park, dividing the land into sections. Picnic areas have tables, restrooms and drinking water. Hiking, biking and equestrian trails. The park offers environmental education and interpretive programs which explore a wide variety of ecological, historical and environmental topics.

  • Credit Cards Accepted:
  • Days & Hours of Operation: Picnic areas are open from sunrise to sunset.
  • Seasonal Days & Hours of Operation: The Canoe Rental is open daily from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day, weather permitting 11am to 6pm. A deposit and driver's license is required. Special rates apply for groups of 4 or more.
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  • Pet Friendly:
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  • Deposit policy: Cabins and picnic pavilions can be reserved from 11 months to two days in advance. Campsites can be reserved from 11 months up to 12noon of the day of arrival. Reservations made on Sundays can only be made for one day less than 11 months.
  • Payment Policy: Call toll free 888-PA-PARKS (727-2757) 7am-5 pm Monday to Saturday, except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. To reserve campsites, cabins and picnic pavilions. Full payment is expected at the time the reservation is made with a valid gift card or credit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Facility Info
  • Description Call toll free 888-PA-PARKS (727-2757) 7am-5 pm Monday to Saturday, except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. To reserve campsites, cabins and picnic pavilions. Full payment is expected at the time the reservation is made with a valid gift card or credit card. The "reservation day" begins at 7am (not 12am) Eastern Standard Time. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in all Pennsylvania state parks.
Oct 29, 2016
  • Event Location: Tyler State Park
  • Address: 101 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA 18940
  • Phone: (646) 276-1732
  • Admission: Free; Suggested Donation