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Neshaminy State Park, Bensalem

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3.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
Neshaminy State Park is a 330acre Pennsylvania state park in Bensalem Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the United States. Visitors to the park can catch a glimpse of the Philadelphia skyline from a hiking trail on Logan Point. The park is located at the confluence of Neshaminy Creek and the Delaware River. Neshaminy State Park is just off Interstate 95 on Pennsylvania Route 132.HistoryMost of the lands of Neshaminy State Park were donated to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by the estate of Robert R. Logan in 1956. Logan was a descendant of James Logan who was the colonial secretary to William Penn the founder of Pennsylvania. Dunks Ferry Road, which forms the western boundary of the park, is one of the oldest roads in Pennsylvania. It was built in 1679 by Dunken Williams to provide access to his ferry which crossed the Delaware River. Dunks Ferry Inn was a major rest stop that served travelers from the mid-18th until the late 19th century.
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  • Our grandchildren really enjoyed the fairly large playground and it was a plus for them to go down to the river to throw stones into it and watch the ducks and boats float by. During the summer there'...  read more »
  • Neshaminy state park is a great place to go walking, jogging, riding bikes, even rollerblading, you can see the city of Philly just off into the distance by the river, there are also trails that take ...  read more »
  • Nice, clean little park. Clean pools. Beautiful walking trails. Pretty access to the Delaware River. Love to walk the dog there. Relaxing bit of greenery in Bensalem. 
  • Love this park been goin here since I move to philly. I remember paying 2 dollars to get in the swimming pool. But the parks large clean and the security is tight. . Wonderful for the kids and BBQ and a day of out door activities swimming resting .
  • I am really looking forward to this park this summer. We just moved to the area and love to unwind with long walks in nice parks on the weekends. The people watching has to be good. So far, everyone in this park looks good. The trail along the Delaware River is a total extra bonus.
  • Great park, great parking, great pool. There is benches for you to eat, admission for pool is 9$ per person, there are floaties and inflatable balls you can buy. Pool is clean and great, but the highest is 4ft.
  • Very nics park with huge picnic area and many open and hidden trails. Also has some portion of the the river bed. Trail along Neshamany creek is very nice you really feel like you are in big jungle. Walk along huge Delaware river is very scenic. In summer weekends it becomes full with parties. Great for walking in the evening.
  • Family oriented beautiful place. No complaints at all. My experience was awesome.
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