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Bucks and Hunterdon Counties at a Glance

RIVER TOWNS, BUCKS COUNTY, PA AT A GLANCE  

The tiny villages along the Delaware River and Delaware Canal have access to Roosevelt State. The canal towpath is beautiful for walking and cycling, and the canal and river are both suitable for boating and fishing. The drive along River Road (Route 32) is one of the most scenic drives to be found anywhere. Along the way you'll pass country inns, a winery, county and state parks, antiques shops, and historic sites. Four bridges between Center Bridge and Riegelsville offer access to New Jersey.

 

Village of Center Bridge

Settled circa 1704

Known for: Home of Edward Willis Redfield

You'll Find *Country Inn and Nearby B&B's *Dining *River Bridge

 

Village of Lumberville

Settled circa 1785

Known for: River Rapids, Pedestrian River Bridge

You'll Find *Country Inns *Dining *Bicycle Rentals *Country Store & Post Office

 

Village of Point Pleasant

Settled circa 1739

Known for: Parks, Bucks County River Country

You'll Find *Country B & B *Country Dining *Weekend Entertainment *Antique

Shopping *Tube & Canoe Rental *Post Office *Camping & Fishing, *River Bridge

 

Tinicum Township

Pop. 4,206 - 2000 Census.

Area 31.18 sq. mi. Settled 1738

Known for: Scenic River Views, Home of Writers & Artists, Tinicum Arts Festival

You'll Find *Country Inns & B&B's *Fine Country Dining *Antique Shopping

*Art Gallerys *Winery *Historic Sites *Parks *Covered Bridges *Special Events

 

Village of Erwinna

Settled circa 1700

Known for: Scenic Road, Historic Houses, Van Sant Airport

You'll Find *Country Inn *Fine Country Dining *Antique Shopping

*Balloon Flights *Biplane and Glider Rides *Post Office *River Bridge

 

Village of Upper Black Eddy

Settled circa 1800

Known for: Beautiful River Scenery, Fishing, Ringing Rocks

You'll Find *Country Inn and B&B *Dining *Post Office *Antiques and Country

Store *Ringing Rocks Geological Park *Award-winning Gardens *River Bridge

 

Village of Kintnersville

Settled circa 1760

Known for: Delaware River Narrows, Historic Mill & Homes

You'll Find *Country Dining *Post Office *Some Shopping

 

Borough of Riegelsville

Settled circa 1847

Known for: Roebling Suspension Bridge, Historic Homes

You'll Find *Country Inn *Fine Dining *Post Office *Antiques and Country

Shopping *Durham Furnace Historic Site *River Bridge

New Hope, PA ] Solebury, PA ] Lahaska, PA ] Buckingham, PA ] [ River Towns ] Nockamixon, PA ] Perkasie, PA ] Quakertown, PA ] Doylestown, PA ] New Britain, PA ] Chalfont, PA ] Warrington, PA ] Wrightstown, PA ] Newtown, PA ] Washington Crossing, PA ] Yardley, PA ] Lower Bucks County, PA ] Lambertville, NJ ] Stockton, NJ ] Sergeantsville, NJ ] Rosemont, NJ ] Frenchtown, NJ ] Milford, NJ ] Clinton, NJ ] Flemington, NJ ]

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