Bucks County


Category: Outdoors

Exploring the Ruins of the Delhaas Woods

by Kathleen Butler on March 19, 2018

Home to almost 5 miles of trails, diverse wildlife and historical ties to WWII, the Silver Lake Nature Center offers 468 acres of natural landscapes just begging to be explored. The park contains two large warehouse-sized foundation ruins, along with other smaller ruins, on its property known as the Delhaas Woods Ruins…

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Venture Afloat: A Day on the Delaware

by Brooke Hillman on August 3, 2017

It's hard to define a day that's better than being surrounded by the natural beauty of Bucks County…nestled between sprawling country farms, historic towns and bridges within reach, and the flowing waters of the Delaware River beneath you. A day floating down the Delaware is an experience like no other and one of the best ways to take advantage of all that Bucks County has to offer…

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Exploring Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve

by Megan Clemmer on July 31, 2017

Finding ways to get children engaged in nature as opposed to electronic devices can be quite the feat. I have made it my mission this summer to help my children find ways to explore local parks, nature preserves and other outdoor recreational areas. One noteworthy place we recently visited was Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve in New Hope…

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Ponds, Creeks and Picnics

by Sharon Cowell on March 30, 2017

Bucks County is a wonderful place to explore in a car, jeep, motorcycle or family minivan. I have found so many great places just by getting out there and exploring. One of my favorite pastimes is to pack some snacks or a picnic lunch, water and my phone so I can take lots of pictures of a great, “free” day of adventure…

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