Ride the trails across Bucks this summer!


    Pump up those tires, oil your chains, grab your bike helmets, and set out on these exciting paths all around Bucks County!

    • Tyler State Park (1,711 acres) – 101 Swamp Road, Newtown. Part of the Neshaminy Creek Greenway, this park offers 25 miles of trails.10.5 miles of paved biking trails and a 9-mile loop around the park.
    • The Delaware & Lehigh Trail, locally known as “the towpath,” is a 165-mile trail stretching from Wilkes-Barre to Bristol. Delaware & Raritan (D&R) Canal State Park joins with the Delaware Canal State Park, offering a 30-mile stretch of parallel trails and five connecting bridges.
    • The D&R Trail, another historic path of abandoned railways along the Delaware and Raritan Canal, is a 77-mile stretch from Milford to New Brunswick, NJ. Looping trails provide a variety of scenery – quaint towns, scenic river routes, and wooded forest paths. Hybrids, mountain bikes, and cruisers are recommended for the canal towpaths, as the surface is crushed stone or dirt.
    • Core Creek Park (1,185 acres) – East of Route 413 on Tollgate Road, Middletown Township. 8 miles of looping trails. Take a side trip along Lake Luxembourg and check out the Core Creek County Park Trail.
    • Delaware Canal State Park – 11 Lodi Hill Road, Upper Black Eddy. The longest trail in Bucks County, 60 miles along the Delaware Canal, it’s possible to bike from Morrisville to Easton without leaving the path.
    • Nockamixon State Park (5,286 acres) – 1542 Mountain View Road, Quakertown. 11 miles of biking trails with numerous interconnected loops gives many options for longer rides . 2 miles of asphalt trail, 9 miles of mountain bike trails.
    • Lake Galena Bike Trail (Peace Valley Park) 6 miles of blacktop trails around the lake, and 14 miles of scenic trails through woodlands and meadows. Just north of Doylestown, plenty of chances to bird watch.
    • Washington Crossing Historic Park (more than 500 acres) – 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing. Take a revolutionary ride, with over 7 miles of trails offered at this historic park where George Washington crossed the Delaware River and “turned the tide” of the Revolutionary War. Two different routes ranging in difficulty, some minor hills and a dirt/rock surface.
    • Doylestown Bike and Hike, 25 miles of off-road trails linking downtown with neighborhoods, parks and landmarks and museums.
    • Bristol Spur Line Park Trail – 2.5 mi. flat blacktop route that follows the former railroad spur. Runs from Radcliffe St. along the Delaware to Mill Street at Old Rte. 13.

    The warmer weather brings everyone outdoors, walkers, runners, bikers, pet walkers. Please remember to share the road. Some canal trails may have gaps, plan before you go. See you on the trails!

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