Lardner’s Point Park

January 22nd, 2014

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Newbold Island

January 22nd, 2014

Newbold Island is home to a private use helipad three miles northwest of Bordentown, NJ,

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Washington Green Park

January 22nd, 2014

Washington Avenue Green is a one acre site of a former Pier 53. The pier is currently being restored as a public park.

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Neshaminy State Park

January 22nd, 2014

Neshaminy State Park is a 339 acre state park along the Delaware River in lower Bucks County. The park takes its name from Neshaminy Creek, which joins the Delaware at this point. Amenities include picnic areas, hiking trails, swimming pools, and boating access at the marina.

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Bristol Marsh

January 22nd, 2014

Bristol Marsh is a freshwater tidal marsh located along the Delaware River, just southwest of Bristol Borough’s Historic District. It is one of the few remaining freshwater tidal marshes along the Delaware River.

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Biles Island, PA

January 22nd, 2014

Biles Island is currently being developed into a 525 acre recreational site by ACT Engineers under the direction of Falls Township.

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Abbott Marshland

January 22nd, 2014

Abbott Marshlands includes a combination of marsh and swampland. The Marshlands include tidal streams, ponds and beaver dams, islands dotted with trees, and wooded uplands along the slopes of bluffs that surround three sides of the Marshlands.

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Taylor Wildlife Preserve

January 22nd, 2014

The Wildlife Preserve was created in 1975 on 86 acres of their land. The Preserve features a walking trail and fishing sites along the river.

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Tinicum Island

January 22nd, 2014

Little Tinicum Island is a long and narrow island in the Delaware River off the coast of Tinicum Township which has been managed by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry as part of the William Penn State Forest since 1982. The island features both forest and marsh habitats.

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Palmyra Cove Nature Center

January 22nd, 2014

Palmyra Cove Nature Park is 250 acres of green in a highly developed area on the Delaware River just south of the Tacony Palmyra Bridge. The site features woodlands, wetlands, tidal cove and wild river shore line and serves as an important feeding site for migratory birds.

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