Bucks County

36 HOURS FOR THE EXPLORER

Located just 25 miles outside Philadelphia and 75 miles south of New York City, Bucks County's eclectic mix of attractions make it the perfect place for an overnight getaway. No matter what interests you, the 622-square-mile region encompasses a wide range of fun and exciting adventures sure to captivate any explorer! 

FOR THE HISTORY LOVER

Where To Stay:

  • Rest your head for the night at one of the oldest continuously operated inns in America, the Logan Inn of New Hope The inn's 16 rooms offer guests the perfect combination of modern luxury and colonial comforts.

  • Perfectly nestled in the heart of the Doylestown Borough Historical District, the Hargrave House offers seven luxurious guest suites with personal service and the ambiance of home, including a delicious breakfast.

  • With the original property structure dating back to 1740, the 1740 House is rich with Bucks County history and culture. Stay over in one of their 16 luxury suites in the manor house, cottage or barn.

What To See & Do:

FOR THE OUTDOOR ADVENTURER

Where To Stay:

  • Rent a cabin in Nockamixon State Park for an outdoor experience with some added comfort. The 10 modern cabins located just off of Lake Nockamixon are open year-round and offer the luxury of carpeted living rooms and modern kitchens all with the cozy feel of a wooden cottage. 

  • Located in Quakertown, Tohickon Family Campground is a great place to spend the night and become one with nature. Aside from lodging options, they also have a recreational barn, lodge, pool, gift shop, playground, general store and game room.

  • Colonial Woods Family Camping Resort is an escape for family and friends that lets you experience camping in Bucks County’s backyard. With great activities and spacious RV, tenting, and cabin sites, this is place you’ll want to stay over at again and again!

What To Do & See:

  • For an action-packed excursion, check out Bucks County River Country. Enjoy a relaxing ride down the Delaware River or a thrilling canoeing or kayaking experience with family and friends.

  • Explore the beautiful countryside at all new heights with the U.S. Hot Air Balloon Team. Float over the rolling hills of Bucks County and watch the Delaware River flowing soundlessly below you.

  • Bike your way through the picturesque streets of Bucks County during a guided tour by Encore Rides. They offer bike tours geared to varying rider-levels and interest-based circuits, such as Circuit de Castle Tour, the Tombstone Tour or the Cycle and Sip Tour.

FOR THE COUNTRYSIDE CRUISER

Where To Stay:

  • Turn in for the night and book a stay at one of the most beautiful riverfront country inns in Bucks County, Bridgeton House on the Delaware. Enjoy a delicious dinner out on the inn's private dock.  

  • Ash Mill Farm, a ten-acre working sheep farm, features five manor house guest rooms and two guest cottages. This charming bed and breakfast is a great way to experience the Bucks County countryside.

  • Located in Kintnersville, Frog Hollow Farm Bed & Breakfast is committed to sharing its historic 18-century farm with visitors while offering sublime service. You can book either the Porch Room, Cathedral Room or Petie’s Room.

What To Do & See:

  • Grab the wheel and coast by the 12 remaining covered bridges that are scattered across the Bucks County countryside. Follow the turn-by-turn directions for the Covered Bridge Driving Tour and experience these unique Bucks County fixtures.

  • The Heritage Conservancy Barn Voyage Self-Guided Driving Tour invites you to cruise past more than 15 rustic barns. Discover these unique, countryside treasures left behind from the region's founding days. 

  • Whether you’re a craft beer connoisseur or a wine aficionado, Bucks County has many great wineries, breweries and distilleries to explore. Travel along the Bucks County Wine Trail or the Bucks County Ale Trail and experience all they have to offer!