Calling all leaf peepers
Dreaming of the smell of leaves and hillsides covered in brilliant fall foliage? Then mark your calendar for leaf peeping season in beautiful Bucks County.
Mid-to-late October is prime time for viewing nature as it bids farewell to summer in a blaze of glorious color. There are so many ways to enjoy it all. Drive along scenic River Road/Route 32, and stop for a bite to eat at many of the restaurants and shops along the way. Hop aboard a vintage 1920s passenger coach on the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad for a 2 ½ hour Fall Foliage Excursion. Enjoy a glass of apple cider as you stroll the cobblestone walkways at the 42-acre, 18th-century-style shopping destination Peddler’s Village. Or, take a walk through nature at Washington Crossing Historic Park. While you’re there, get a bird’s eye view of the county from the top of Bowman’s Hill Tower. In Bucks County, there are so many incredible views you’ll want to come back again and again to get your fill of fall.