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Whatever Floats Your Boat - A Guide to Kayaking in Bucks County

by Alexandra Lashner on June 16, 2021

Bucks County has a handful of parks and nature centers that offer varying kayaking opportunities for novices and boating enthusiasts alike. If you own a kayak, you’ll want to make sure you have the following items handy in your boat: An appropriately sized life jacket A rescue whistle, in case of emergency A current boating permit In most Bucks County parks, you will need to show a launch permit…

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Eat Like a Local with Famous Bucks County Pup Bentley from the Burbs

by Bentley from the Burbs on March 23, 2019

Bucks County’s well-known goldendoodle, @BentleyFromTheBurbs, is a part-time service dog and full-time good boy. While he is out exploring the County’s beautiful parks, Bentley loves to tag along with his mom, Kristine, for a bite! Bentley and Kristine took to some of Bucks County’s best dog-friendly restaurants that both dogs and their owners can enjoy… Stop 1: Breakfast at Langhorne Coffee…

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What's Up This Weekend: 25+ Ways to Celebrate Summer in Bucks County

by Dan Lopez on July 13, 2018

Celebrate the second Saturday of the month with fun activities and events all over Bucks County! Spend the weekend exploring the Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival, learning how to kayak in Washington Crossing Historic Park and experiencing Yardley’s 2 nd Saturday celebrations! July is National Blueberry Month, so what better way to celebrate than tasting local blueberry treats and enjoying live…

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Winter Walks

by Justin DeRosa on January 20, 2017

Taking a walk through quiet, snow covered woods is one of my favorite ways to clear my mind. So, I thought I would write about a few of my favorite places to walk through the woods after a snowfall…

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Nicole G.'s #BucksCountyMoment: The Peace at Peace Valley Park

March 29, 2015

The day this photo was taken, my husband and I decided to bring our four children out to play wiffle ball in one of the fields next to the lake. During a break, we took a walk on one of the paths, and came across this amazingly peaceful setting. "Peace Valley" definitely lived up to its name that afternoon…

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