Time to say goodbye to old man winter and Spring into the outside world! Trees are budding, flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and:
1. Lake Nockamixon State Park
Lake Nockamixon State Park comes alive with some of the area’s best hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, fishing, horseback riding, picnicking and outdoor activities around.
2. Ralph Stover State Park
Ralph Stover State Park is bustling with hiking, rock climbing, whitewater activities, and fishing all surrounded by some of the most picturesque vistas in Bucks County.
3. The Bucks County Wine Trail
The Buck County Wine Trail invites you to explore one of the premier grape-growing regions on the East Coast. With over half a dozen vineyards and wineries (many offering outdoor seating), take advantage of a fun-filled afternoon of crisp Chardonnays, magnificent Merlots, and captivating Cabs.
4. The Bucks County Ale Trail
The Bucks County Ale Trail will satisfy Ale aficionados, Lager lovers, and Porter pounders alike (with a multitude of IPAs and Sours thrown into the mix). There are so many choices for the craft beer lover along the trail, why not sample them all?
5. Discover Doylestown
Doylestown beckons avid foodies, shoppers, and historians to stroll the main and side streets lined with restaurants and outdoor cafes, boutique shops and the outlying historic landmarks of the Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle.
6. Covered Bridge Tour
Take a ride along the back roads of Bucks County on the local Covered Bridge Tour highlighting the twelve historic covered bridges which remain. Picture perfect throwbacks to bygone times.
Take a walk on the TowPath, which parallels the Delaware River, and look for the myriad of beautiful wildlife and aquatic life that call the tributary home.
Whichever activities you choose, Bucks County is sure to offer a relaxing, fun-filled adventure!
— Courtesy of Ed and Sherri Bennett