When was the last time you or your family took a quiet walk in the woods and rediscovered the natural world? If winding trails, cool meandering streams and the sounds of birds chirping in the trees appeals to you, maybe you should plan a visit to Honey Hollow.
This simple retreat from the fast pace of our modern lives is one of the hidden treasures in the quiet, rolling hills of beautiful Solebury Township.
The Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) at Honey Hollow is an exceptional 60-acre eco-experience that can be fun, educational, and stress-relieving all at the same time!
Although thousands of serious birders visit Honey Hollow throughout the year, the real allure is hiking around the pond trail, touring the on-site barn building full of nature’s secrets, and just getting out into the fresh air to appreciate the natural world all over again.
BCAS at Honey Hollow is a unique, non-profit organization that has been designated since 1969 as the only Agriculturally-Based National Historic Landmark in the United States.
Whether lingering at the newly refurbished bird-blind, picnicking on the flagstone terrace or just strolling along winding nature trails, your spirits will be uplifted and you’ll feel reconnected to the rustic country heritage of America.
If you live in the area, visit Honey Hollow and take advantage of this beautiful retreat.
If you’re planning a first-time visit to Bucks County, you’ll be treated well by the local B&B’s, dine at award-winning intimate restaurants and enjoy making your own exciting arts and cultural discoveries.
For more information on Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow visit www.bcas.org.