Travel Bucks County's Ice Cream Trail
Get the scoop on Bucks County's best ice cream! Taste the area's fresh, homemade flavors along our ice cream trail spanning Upper, Central and Lower Bucks County.
Upper Bucks County
Start your delicious journey at OwowCow Creamery in Ottsville. Their ice cream is proudly made with locally-grown and sourced ingredients. The delicious treats are crafted every day from scratch and the virtually recipe-free environment makes for an exciting culinary experience. Come back often for a taste of all four seasons! Favorite flavors include Banana Caramel, Blood Orange Raspberry and Sweet Honey Cream.
Chubby's Ice Cream, housed in a dairy barn, is a local favorite! Stop by for soft serve, water ice and entertainment for the whole family. Try unique flavors like Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip, Butter Pecan and Maple Walnut.
Housed in an old refurbished school, Sundae School is an ice cream lover’s dream. With 58 flavors, including Magical Unicorn and Playdough, there is something everyone can enjoy. Along with rich summer treats, Sundae School also offers milkshakes and cakes that are made to order for any special occasion.
Central Bucks County
Start this leg of your trip at the Nina's Waffles in downtown Doylestown. Try unique ice cream flavor combinations like Espresso Crunch and Cinnamon Bourbon, while enjoying a taste of Belgium in Bucks County! Their hand-cooked waffles are made from their own in-house recipe.
Tanner Bros Dairy Farm has been in the dairy business for more than 100 years! Ask local families and they'll tell you Tanners is the place to go for homemade ice cream, fresh made milk and more. Classic flavors include Rocky Road and Peanut Butter Swirl.
The OwowCow location at Carousel Village in Wrightstown is another must-see shop! Please your palate with the fresh flavors of Lemon Ginger, Amaretto Fudge Swirl and more seasonal selections.
The Last Temptation, doesn't have to be the last stop on your pursuit for sweet treats. This snug shop in New Hope is known for their popular "blend-ins." You can choose your favorite candy, cookie or fruit to blend with your favorite flavor.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICandy and Creamery! Enjoy locally made ice cream and a variety of candy, including Shriver's Salt Water Taffy and Asher's Chocolate.
All ice cream flavors featured at Moo Hope are hand-churned in New Hope. With more than 50 options, that are always changing, this quaint shop is well worth the visit!
Dilly's Corner at Centre Bridge, serves up American classics. Enjoy a burger on the patio, perfectly paired with your favorite Vanilla, Chocolate or Swirl soft serve ice cream at this old-fashioned joint!
If you can't get enough, you're in luck! Nina's Waffles has locations in both New Hope and Peddler's Village. We recommend ending at the Peddler's Village location where you can shop til' you drop at the surrounding stores. Tire out the kids with some family fun at Giggleberry Fair, which features the largest indoor obstacle course and a restored 1922 carousel. You can also make it an overnight getaway by staying at the charming Golden Plough Inn.
Lower Bucks County
The Goodnoe Farm Dairy Bar is no stranger to Bucks County, and neither is its delicious ice cream. The family farm has been passed down through four generations. More than 50 years later, it has still maintained the same great taste! Their menu includes a variety of flavors, such as Cherry Vanilla and Swiss Chocolate Almond, that are all made at their nearby farm.
Head to the eclectic Zebra-Striped Whale located in the heart of Newtown for unique creations. This shop features a frozen granite slab where your favorite toppings are hand-whirled into delectable desserts. Tasty flavors include Mochaccino Coffee, Gold Medal Ribbon and Sweet Cream. They also serve up splendid cakes for all occasions.
Uncle Dave’s is the ultimate stop for homemade ice cream! Located at Shady Brook Farm, they focus on using the highest quality ingredients to ensure the delicious taste. The flavors are rotated seasonally so no two visits are the same. If there’s a flavor you can’t live without, stop by the market and bring it home for the family to share.