What’s Around

You’ll want to extend your stay to experience everything Bucks County has to offer! Year-round you can find area attractions that will bring endless delight to your stay with us.

If you're an active outdoors person, you’ll enjoy experiencing the natural surroundings of all that Bucks County, and the surrounding areas has to offer.

Bike or Hike: Our area has miles of canals, trails and backcountry roads. Whether you want to bike or walk, we hope you get a chance to discover all the natural beauty that’s to be found here.

How about a float: Canoe, kayak, tubes and rafts can be arranged upon request for Inn guests. Public launch areas are located directly along the river near the Inn.

Interact with Nature: For our guests who want to interact with nature firsthand, the Delaware River is home to a wide variety of game fish. A State fishing license is required for active fishers. Additionally, along the river, Bucks County is home to many different varieties of raptors, waterfowl and songbirds. If you're lucky, you might get to witness several Bald Eagles that have built their nests in the area

  • Ringing Rocks County Park - Upper Black Eddy, Pa

    Bring your hammer! This Unusual & fascinating boulder field features 10 foot high rock piles that make ringing sounds when struck! This area also offers a wonderful easy wooded hike that passes a lazy stream with beautiful falls.

  • Delaware River State Park - PA & Raritan Canal State Park - NJ

    This 830-acre Pennsylvania state park features the Delaware Canal which runs parallel to the Delaware River between Easton and Bristol, and runs right behind the Golden Pheasant Inn! This path is great for a walk or bike ride. Learn More

  • Lumberville-Raven Rock Walking Bridge

    Also known as the Lumberville Foot Bridge, this pedestrian bridge over the Delaware River offers a wonderful view of our sister location, The Black Bass Hotel. The bridge connects Bull's Island Recreation Area near Raven Rock, Delaware Township in Hunterdon County, New Jersey to Lumberville, Solebury Township in Bucks County.

  • Bull’s Island Natural Area - Stockton, NJ

    Bull’s Island is a small but wonderful state park. This 80-acre forested island provides countless opportunities for activities including biking, hiking and boating. Learn More

  • Prallsville Mills - Stockton, NJ

    Discover a piece of history! The 10-building complex includes a grist mill, linseed oil mill, saw mill and granary, most dating back to the late 1700s. The buildings are considered a significant example of early American industrial architecture. Learn More

  • Tohickon Valley Park - Pt. Pleasant, PA

    The 583-acre Tohickon Valley Park has playgrounds, picnicking, hiking, ball fields, fishing and a swimming pool in season. Learn More

  • Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve - New Hope, PA

    Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve is a 134-acre nature preserve, botanical garden, and accredited museum located at 1635 River Road, New Hope, PA. Learn More

  • Ralph Stover State Park - Upper Black Eddy, PA

    Ralph Stover State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 45 acres in Plumstead and Tinicum Townships, Bucks County, PA. It is a very popular destination for whitewater kayaking on Tohickon Creek and rock climbing on High Rocks.

  • Peace Valley Park & Peace Valley Lavender Farms - Doylestown, PA

    If it’s lavender you want, Peace Valley Lavender Farms has the goods – growing plants, bulk blossoms, dried bunches, essential oil and more. THey produce a wide variety of lavender products: bath & body, culinary, dried floral, sachets & pillows. Learn More

Bucks County is most famous for its collection of covered bridges. Dating from the nineteenth, Bucks County used to be home to 36 covered bridges. With only 12 remaining, we always encourage guests to see them if they’re looking for a relaxing adventure.

  • Van Sant Covered Bridge, Solebury Twp. PA

    Built in 1875, and also known as "Beaver Dam Bridge", this bridge crosses Pidcock Creek. This bridge is close to Bowman's Hill and the Thompson-Neeley House, part of Washington Crossing Historic Park.

  • Frankenfield Covered Bridge, Tinicum Twp. PA

    Built in 1872, the Frankenfield Covered Bridge crosses Tinicum Creek in an area once known for its abundant turtle population and only two miles upstream from where the creek flows into the Delaware River. This bridge is one of the longest covered bridges in the County.

  • Erwinna Covered Bridge, Tinicum Twp. PA

    Although the National Historic Register lists the date built as 1871, county records suggest this bridge was built in 1832. The Erwinna Covered Bridge, which crosses Lodi Creek, is a good example of the lattice-type construction and is Bucks County's shortest covered bridge.

  • Uhlerstown Covered Bridge, Tinicum Twp. PA

    Built in 1832, this bridge is built of oak and has windows on both sides. It is the only covered bridge that crosses the Delaware Canal.

  • Cabin Run Covered Bridge, Plumstead Twp. PA

    Built in 1871, this bridge crosses Cabin Run Creek, so named for the small houses that dotted its banks in the 19th century. It is located a short distance downstream from the Loux Covered Bridge and just down the road from historic Stover-Myers Mill.

  • The Loux Covered Bridge, Plumstead Twp. PA

    Built of hemlock in 1874, this bridge is one of two bridges to span the Cabin Run Creek. Nestled in a scenic valley, it was built at the insistence of local residents who complained about the dangers of crossing the creek.

  • South Perkasie Covered Bridge, Perkasie, PA

    Built in 1832 of pine and oak, this bridge once crossed Pleasant Spring Creek until it was condemned to traffic and is now owned by the Perkasie Historical Society. It was moved to Lenape Park near the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek in 1958.

  • Mood’s Covered Bridge, E. Rockhill Twp. PA

    Built in 1874 and spanning the Perkiomen Creek, it’s timbers were damaged in 1993 and again in Jan 2004 and then was almost destroyed by arson in June of 2004. It has now been restored to its original style and using beams and supports from the existing deck.

  • Sheard’s Mill Covered Bridge, E. Rockhill Twp. PA

    Built in 1873, this bridge spans Tohickon Creek and is one of several bridges built to aid farmers transporting grain to local mills.

  • Knecht’s Covered Bridge, Springfield Twp. PA

    Built in 1873, this bridge is also known as "Slifer's Bridge". Built of hemlock, it crosses Durham Creek, which was once known as "Cook's Creek".

  • Pine Valley Covered Bridge, New Britain Twp. PA

    Built in 1842 of native hemlock and pine, the bridge is also known as "Iron Hill Bridge". The bridge crosses Pine Run Creek, which was named after the hardy neighboring pine trees.

  • Schofield Ford Covered Bridge, Tyler State Park, Newtown Twp. PA

    Originally built in 1873, it burned down in 1991, and was rebuilt in 1997. Built of native hemlock and oak, this town truss bridge is the longest in Bucks County. Also known as "Twining Ford Bridge", it crosses Neshaminy Creek.

  • Green Sergeant’s Covered Bridge, Stockton, NJ

    Built in 1866, the Green Sergeant Covered Bridge, a classic whitewashed structure spanning the rocky Wickecheoke Creek, is the only remaining covered bridge in New Jersey.

Nestled between the major hubs of Bucks County (Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley area) you can find charming towns like those from story books. These quintessential towns hold some of the most amazing shops, theaters, museums, and eateries, along with other historical attractions you just can’t find anywhere else.

  • The Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA

    An iconic theater featuring popular plays. Learn More

  • Bowman’s Hill Wildlife Preserve, New Hope, PA

    Dedicated to native plants, Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve is a 134-acre nature preserve, garden and accredited botanical museum. Learn More

  • Peddler’s Village, Lahaska, PA

    A shopping village with charming colonial-style buildings, gardens, shops, and dining. Learn More

  • County Theater, Doylestown, PA

    A historic theater featuring first-rate films. Learn More

  • James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA

    Home to a world-class collection of PA’s impressionist paintings. Learn More

  • Mercer Museum, Doylestown, PA

    Six floors of more than 50,000 artifacts from America’s Industrial Revolution. Learn More

  • Fonthill Castle, Doylestown, PA

    Tour 44 rooms of architectural masterpiece built by Henry Chapman Mercer. The castle is designed with homemade tiles and filled with 6,000 books and 18 fireplaces. Learn More

  • Moravian Pottery & Tile Works, Doylestown, PA

    Mercer built this factory that still operates today as a “working history” museum that produces handmade tiles and mosaics. Learn More

  • Lambertville, NJ

    Featuring charming shops, antique stores, art galleries, coffee shops and restaurants.

  • Frenchtown, NJ

    A historic town featuring unique shops and restaurants.

  • Washington Crossing, PA

    Washington Crossing Historic Park offers more than 500 acres of American history, natural beauty and family fun. Learn More

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