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Trail Section: Yardley – Morrisville

Status: Complete, open and improved

Distance: 4.2

***CANAL DRAWDOWN NOTICE*** Beginning September 26, 2016, Delaware Canal State Park will begin a drawdown of water levels in the canal in order to conduct several repair and preventative maintenance projects. For more information, please check the red Advisories section of the Delaware Canal State Park website

This D&L Trail section connects Yardley and Morrisville, two of the Landmark Towns of Bucks County. Stop in the towns for a bite to eat, a cold drink, or shopping in a cycling store. This section is part of over 50 miles of the D&L Trail designated as National Recreation Trail within Delaware Canal State Park from Easton to Bristol near Philadelphia. For more information specific to the D&L Trail along the Delaware Canal please refer to the Delaware Canal State Park and Friends of the Delaware Canal websites.

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Things to Do

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Delaware Canal State Park

The Delaware Canal is the only remaining continuously intact canal of the great towpath canal building era of the early and mid-19th century. Mule- drawn canal boat rides and the Lock Tender’s House Visitor Center are at New Hope. Paralleling... More

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2

Garden of Reflection

The Garden of Reflection 9-11 Memorial was created to remember and honor our loved ones and all 2,973 killed on September 11, 2001. It is situated in Memorial Park amid the natural beauty of Historical Bucks County farmland in Lower... More

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3

Summerseat

Summerseat is perhaps most famous for being the Headquarters of General George Washington from December 8th to 14th, 1776. Summerseat was built in the 1770s for Thomas Barclay, a Philadelphia merchant, and acquired by Clymer in 1806. The two-story brick and stone... More

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Tyler State Park

Old original stone buildings in the park stand as fine examples of farm homes of rural Pennsylvania, and some structures date back to the early 1700s. The park land was acquired by Project 70 funding and has been developed using funds... More

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