Bucks County Getaway

New Hope, Pennsylvania

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A getaway to Bucks County will take you out of the city and into lush green rolling hills, past large farms with sleek horses and woods and meadows interlaced with many gushing creeks and meandering rivers. Peace and beauty abound in these 620 square miles. For more than 300 years Bucks County has been significant in American history. You can stand on the spot where William Penn built his summer mansion or where our colonial forebears settled as they arrived from England, Sweden, Ireland, Wales, Holland, Germany, and many other countries. This area was known to be a haven to those who had been persecuted for their religious beliefs. Several men who signed the Declaration of Independence lived in the county. During the Revolutionary War George Washington crossed the Delaware to surprise the British on the other side. This eTrail has everything you need to plan a travel experience in Bucks County and includes details on Pennsbury Manor, Fallsington, Morrisville, Washington Crossing, New Hope, North of New Hope, West of New Hope, Newtown and Langhorne, Bethlehem, and Jim Thorpe.

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"A getaway to Bucks County will take you out of the city and into lush green rolling hills, past large farms with sleek horses and woods and meadows interlaced with many gushing creeks and meandering rivers. Peace and beauty abound in these 620 square miles. For more than 300 years Bucks County has been significant in American history. You can stand on the spot where William Penn built his summer mansion or where our colonial forebears settled as they arrived from England, Sweden, Ireland, Wales, Holland, Germany, and many other countries.

This area was known to be a haven to those who had been persecuted for their religious beliefs. Several men who signed the Declaration of Independence lived in the county. During the Revolutionary War George Washington crossed the Delaware to surprise the British on the other side. This eTrail has everything you need to plan a travel experience in Bucks County and includes details on Pennsbury Manor, Fallsington, Morrisville, Washington Crossing, New Hope, North of New Hope, West of New Hope, Newtown and Langhorne, Bethlehem, and Jim Thorpe."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: New Hope
Duration: One day to several days
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Contact information for attractions, dining, and lodging are provided in the eTrail
Driving Directions: Directions to Bucks County Getaway

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May 2018