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Bucks County, PA Fall Foliage

Fall Foliage of Bucks County, PA

Take a drive along the back roads of Bucks County, Pennsylvania and find yourself immersed in gorgeous fall foliage. The Covered Bridge Tour is the perfect way to explore the county with 12 bridges that are perfect for motorcycle lover.  As you make your way around stop by the Washington Crossing Park that is home to the Bowman’s Hill Tower.

Climb your way up and be prepared for a breathtaking view overlooking Bucks County and New Jersey. Still haven’t seen enough? Head over to Lahaska and take a hot air balloon ride to get the best view of Bucks County.

Are heights really not your thing? Hop on board the Bucks County Riverboat for a sunset cruise where you will learn interesting facts about the river and the county as you coast along the Delaware River. Plan a fun-filled day in October starting at the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad on the Fall Foliage Train where you will take a 35 mile, 2 ½ hour round trip on a restored 1920 vintage passenger coach train and be dazzled by the beautiful autumn colors.

Continue the day along Main Street in New Hope where you will find yourself amongst art, culture and history. With beautiful sights like these, you are sure to fall in love over and over again.

Please check out www.visitbuckscounty.com for
your additional travel planning needs.

 

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