Bucks County
Upper Bucks: Outdoor Recreation


Capture the scenic landscapes, vivacious vineyards, rustic barns, historic stone homes, spacious parks and lakes and more of Bucks County for your next film. This bucolic region has played center stage to award-winning films, television shows, documentaries and more, thanks to its close proximity to Philadelphia.

The Bucks County Film Office offers many services and referrals:

  • Location scouting
  • Transportation
  • Catering
  • Audio/Visual
  • Accommodations
  • Township liaisons

PERMITS: If you are filming in an open public space or commercial area and require a permit, please contact the municipality in which your location can be found. 

Location Ideas:

Parks & Lakes:

  • Bucks County Horse Park (25 mi. of trails)
  • Core Creek Park
  • Delaware Canal State Park (60 mi. trail)
  • Lake Nockamixon (1,450 acres)
  • Nockamixon State Park (5,286 acres)
  • Peace Valley Park & Lake Galena
  • Tyler State Park
  • Washington Crossing Historic Park (Note: drone not permitted)


  • Fonthill Castle (Featured on TLC’s Four Weddings)
  • Michener Art Museum
  • Mercer Museum (Featured on Jeopardy!)
  • The Tileworks

Historic Homes & Mansions:

  • Aldie Mansion
  • Andalusia
  • Glen Foerd on the Delaware
  • Highland Farm
  • Pearl S. Buck House
  • Pen Ryn Estate
  • Pennsbury Manor

Main Streets:

  • Bristol
  • Doylestown (Featured on HGTV’s House Hunters)
  • Langhorne
  • New Hope
  • Newtown (Featured in M. Night Shyamalan’s Signs)
  • Peddler’s Village
  • Perkasie
  • Quakertown
  • Yardley

Casting Calls:

Visit Bucks County looks for models, actors and extras to appear in video and photo shoots that will be used around the website, social media and in digital, print and broadcast advertising campaigns. Keep an eye on our Careers page for call-outs!


Megan Connelly 
Marketing & Communications Coordinator 
(215) 639-0300 ext. 237