Delaware River Trail Extends Farther North!
One day you will be able to paddle down the Delaware to the Frankford Arsenal, take your boat out and bike down to Center City Philadelphia. Sure, it will take a little bit of coordination to get your bike at the landing site, but it will be possible because the Delaware River Trail will follow […]Read More
A New Site for Passive Recreation
Tomorrow is a big day for the Tidal Water Trail! The ribbon cutting at Pier 68 celebrates the opening of a wonderful new site for passive recreation on the river. Studio Bryan Hanes led the design of Pier 68 with significant input from the local community. The finalized design features the following public amenities: An […]Read More
Philadelphia’s Ellis Island on the Delaware is open again for the City to enjoy
Today marked the official naming and ribbon cutting of the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation’s new park on Pier 53. Named the Washington Avenue Pier, the beautiful public space follows the precedent of the Race Street Pier and the Spruce Street Harbor Park: parks named after the streets they flow from to reinforce the connection between the […]Read More