Three Parks To Explore in Yardley, Pennsylvania

A man walking along in nature.

Are you looking for a great nature spot in your town? At our Yardley apartments, you’re not far from popular venues to celebrate being outside. If you need a place for reflection, recreation, or a leisurely hike, check out these pretty areas in Yardley, PA.

Garden of Reflection

This Garden of Reflection honors all the lives lost on September 11th. Each Bucks County victim is on a plaque that circles a lovely double fountain. Yardley architect Liuba Lashchyk designed the memorial to transform the darkness of tragedy into feelings of peace and celebrating life. Vibrant plant life and trees surround the memorial garden. Get out of your Yardley apartments to see this spectacle today.

Washington Crossing Historic Park

Washington Crossing is a historical place that commemorates George Washington’s historic crossing of The Delaware River. The reenactments take place within the park and a historical village still stands. There are three gardens: the Historic Village Garden, the Thompson-Neely Farmstead Garden, and the Hibbs House Kitchen Garden. You can also learn about healing horticulture at the Kitchen Garden and take in the beauty of the entire park!

Tyler State Park

Near our Yardley apartments is Tyler State Park, featuring 1,700 wonderful acres of beautiful scenery. You can sit and enjoy the beauty of Neshaminy Creek, as well as hike, fish, and walk. Boating and cycling are also available. This is an enchanting place to camp with the family. It is best to visit or stay during the summer months. 

If you love history and celebrating all that nature has to offer, contact us to learn more about our Yardley apartments, or visit the blog to learn more about our community here.

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