Bucks County


Reunite on a Budget

Located just 75 miles from New York City and 25 miles from Philadelphia, Bucks County is the perfect in-between gathering place for your next family reunion. The county offers a variety of venues, from shady picnic groves to unique banquet facilities that will make your get-together extra special.


• One of the many spacious parks in Bucks County, Bensalem Central Park is home to four pavilions, a playground and plenty of open space for games and activities.

• Tyler State Park has more than 1700 acres of nature of your family to explore. Located near Newtown, the park has two large picnic pavilions and canoe rentals for a memorable afternoon.

• Covered Bridge Park in New Britain features a picnic pavilion with electric hookup. It is also home to the Pine Valley Covered Bridge, one of 12 historic covered bridges still standing in the county.

• Central Park in Doylestown Township offers two pavilions and is home to Kids’ Castle, an eight-story wooden play structure loved by local children for more than 15 years. 


• If you are looking for a unique venue for your reunion, Peddler’s Village in Lahaska is an 18th-century-style shopping village that can cater banquets for 20 to 250 guests at the Cock ‘N Bull and Earl’s New American restaurants. The Cock ‘N Bull is a Colonial-themed restaurant serving traditional American meals, while Earl’s is known for its farm-to-table approach. Make it an overnight stay at the luxurious Golden Plough Inn for a multi-day reunion!

• A small town that’s full of fun, New Hope is one Bucks County’s most popular de stinations. Featuring unique shopping, fine dining and family attractions like the New Hope & Ivyland RailroadBucks County Playhouse and the Bucks County Children’s Museum, this riverside town will keep the whole family entertained for a weekend. TheNew Hope area is also known for its bed and breakfasts, including Wedgwood Inn, an 1870 Victorian house that welcomes children.

• Centrally located in the heart of Bucks County, Doylestown’s Main Street is lined with shops, boutiques and restaurants. Doylestown is also home to many museums including Fonthill Castle, which is surrounded by a 10-acre park and picnic area.