Frenchtown is a beautiful waterside destination that stretches for one mile along the banks of the Delaware River in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, just across the river from Bucks County, PA.
As the county seat of Bucks County, Doylestown is rich with history and an active borough that is a favorite spot for locals and day-trippers alike.
Small, quaint towns located along the Delaware River in beautiful Upper Makefield Township, Yardley and Washington Crossing are located Philadelphia and New York just off the I95 corridor.
The Village of Huntingdon Valley borders the Fox Chase section of Philadelphia, and is wholly comprised Lower and Upper Moreland and Abington Townships in Montgomery County, and Upper and Lower Southampton Townships in Bucks County, PA.
Serving as the Lehigh Valley’s county seat, Allentown maintains the third largest population among cities in the state of Pennsylvania. Set among an increasingly modern urban landscape, Allentown residents enjoy local restaurants and eateries, an active nightlife, proximity to skiing and snowboarding, and more than 2000 acres of parks, making this city a playground of diverse activities for people of all ages.
Bethlehem, the self-named “Christmas City,” is situated between Allentown and Easton. Since the decline of the manufacturing industry in the 1970s and 1980s, this Lehigh Valley city has been transformed into a hub of fashionable and exciting dining, shopping, and nightlife.
As Pennsylvania’s largest city, Philadelphia is highly respected for its rich history, world-renowned hospitals and research centers, higher education institutions and museums featuring works by famous artists from around the world. It’s also widely noted for its extraordinary residential architecture and modern city skyline
Collegeville is a popular community located in Montgomery County, PA. As a suburb of Philadelphia along the Perkiomen Creek, the town offers a lively borough community with lots of things to see and do, including many parks, hiking and walking trails, and other nature and outside activities.
Located about midway between New York City and Center City Philadelphia, New Hope is one of Bucks County’s best-known towns - famous for its culture and arts, eclectic shops, restaurants, historic inns and homes, and picturesque riverfront setting.
Founded by William Penn in 1864 and recognized for its beautiful landscape and historical preservation of many homes and commercial buildings, Newtown is comprised of Newtown Borough and Newtown Township, and is near to the I-95 corridor, the PA Turnpike, with easy access to SEPTA rail and bus systems
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