Activities

Craving some fun in the fresh air and sunshine? Don't worry. City limits are just lines on a map. Grab your bike, your kayak and a water bottle, because Philadelphia and The Countryside has more outdoor activities than you can shake a walking stick at. From horse trails to wine trails and even Appalachian trails, the possibilities are Boundless.

Beaches, Lakes & Boating

Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta

KELLY DRIVE AND STRAWBERRY MANSION DRIVE
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19130
(215) 542-1443

Thousands of athletes from more than 125 colleges and universities in the United States and Canada compete in the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta, the largest collegiate regatta in the nation and a Philadelphia tradition.

American Sailing Tours

PIER 24
401 N. COLUMBUS BLVD.
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19123
(215) 900-7758

See Philadelphia a whole new way aboard the 48' schooner Summer Wind. Enjoy 90-minute sailing tours up to 6 times every day, from an early morning History Sail to the famous Sunset Sail or even a late-night Moonlight Sail.

Buck County River Country

2 WALTERS LANE
POINT PLEASANT, PA 18950
(215) 297-5000

Tubing, canoeing, rafting and kayaking trips down the scenic Delaware River!

Core Creek Park

901 E. BRIDGETOWN PIKE
LANGHORNE, PA 19047
(215) 348-6114

A lakeside oasis amid suburban Bucks County.

Coryell's Ferry Historic Boat Rides

22 SOUTH MAIN STREET
NEW HOPE, PA 18938
(215) 862-2050

Historic boat rides on the Delaware. Capt. Robert Gerenser , whose last name is attached to much activity and enterprise in New Hope, gives scenic half-hour excursions with an informative narrative on a 65-foot Mississippi-style stern paddlewheel pontoon boat. Take part in a family adventure and experience the wild beauty, grandeur and history of America's river. Rides leave roughly every 45 minutes from 10am to 5:30pm, May-September from 32 South Main St., New Hope, PA. We also have canoe & kayak rentals.

Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor

BRIDGE AND MAIN STREETS
(THE TRAIL STRETCHES 165 MILES ALONG THE DELAWARE RIVER)
NEW HOPE, PA 18042
(610) 923-3548

The Corridor passes through three distinct areas: the Wyoming Valley and Carbon County , home to many of Pennsylvania's former anthracite mines; the Lehigh Valley , where the discovery of coal to the north spawned prosperous iron and steel industries and the Delaware Valley , through which coal-laden canal boats traveled to Philadelphia and other markets. Today visitors can explore by car, boat , bike or on foot to enjoy the scenic beauty and cultural heritage of eastern Pennsylvania.

Delaware River Fly Fishing Service

VARIOUS LOCATIONS ALONG THE RIVER
(215) 343-1720

Whether you're after an afternoon in hip-length waders, a full day in the canoe or an overnight fly fishing adventure, fishing guide Gary Mauz brings 15 years of experience to the trip. Learn how to tie your own flies, cast successfully, and locate the luckiest water. Trips center on the lower portion of the Delaware and surrounding lakes and streams, from Easton to Trenton – where trout, striped bass, small mouth bass and shad are plentiful.

Delaware River Tubing

2998 DANIEL BRAY HIGHWAY
ROUTE 29
FRENCHTOWN, NJ 08825
(908) 996-5386

Fairmount Park

1 BOATHOUSE ROW
LLOYD HALL, A GOOD STARTING POINT
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19130
(215) 683-0200

With more than 9,200 acres of rolling hills, gentle trails, relaxing waterfront and shaded woodlands, Fairmount Park keeps a wealth of natural landscapes within easy reach of all city residents.

You can take a stroll, head out for an afternoon of softball, organized frisbee or pier-side fishing, or just settle in for a family picnic. There are miles of trails for horseback riding, off-road cycling and deep-woods hiking, yet there are also tours of historic mansions, Japanese tea ceremonies and outdoor concerts. Three environmental centers, as well as a wildlife refuge treatment center, help bring the natural world to life for adults as well as children.

Green Lane Park

ROUTES 29 AND 63
GREEN LANE, PA 18054
(215) 234-4528

The Division of Parks, Trails and Historic Sites has seven parks spread throughout Montgomery County. From as small as 15 acres to as large as 3,400 acres, there is something for everyone. Boating, fishing, walking, jogging, summer concerts, programs, and live wildlife displays abound in the county parks.

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum

8601 LINDBERGH BOULEVARD
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19153
(215) 365-3118

There are a variety of walks and nature programs for the whole family year-round at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge.

Lake Nockamixon Whitewater Release

6011 STATE PARK ROAD
RALPH STOVER STATE PARK
PIPERSVILLE, PA 18947
(215) 529-7300

Nockamixon State Park

1542 MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE
QUAKERTOWN, PA 18951
(215) 529-7300

The 5,286-acre Nockamixon State Park is in the rolling hills of scenic Bucks County, close enough to Philadelphia for a day trip, but far enough away for a vacation. Tohickon Creek, Three Mile Run and Haycock Run feed the 1,450-acre Lake Nockamixon, which is a rest stop for migrating waterfowl and a destination for boaters and anglers. Visitors can stay the night in a cabin or enjoy the many activities of the park for the day. Popular activities are picnicking, visiting the pool, hiking, biking, fishing and boating.

Neshaminy State Park

3401 STATE ROAD
BENSALEM, PA 19020
(215) 639-4538

Neshaminy State Park is along the Delaware River in lower Bucks County. The park takes its name from Neshaminy Creek, which joins the Delaware at this point. The park measures 339 acres. The picnic areas and swimming pools are the most popular park attractions. Boating access to the Delaware River is provided at the marina.

Northbrook Canoe Company

1810 BEAGLE ROAD WEST CHESTER, PA 19382
(800) 898-2279

Northbrook Canoe Company offers kayaking, canoeing and tubing along the scenic Brandywine River in Chester County, Pennsylvania, about an hour southwest of Philadelphia.

Peace Valley Park

170 CHAPMAN ROAD
DOYLESTOWN, PA 18901
(215) 345-7860

Fourteen miles of trails are just one of the many outdoor activities that Peace Valley Park has to offer. Bring a picnic for a lakeside lunch, or paddle out onto Lake Galena and hook a bass, walleye, catfish, bluegill or carp. The bird blind at the Peace Valley Nature Center next door offers quiet observation of cardinals, woodpeckers, finches, titmice, sparrows and more.

Silver Lake Nature Center

1306 BATH ROAD
BRISTOL, PA 19007
(215) 785-1177

Silver Lake Nature Center features a butterfly garden, lakes, marshes, meadows, a bog and 4.5 miles of nature trails that highlight the diverse plant and animal life in the area.

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