Tohickon Valley Park is located along Tohickon Creek at the southern end of Tinicum Township. This park has swimming, hiking, fishing, camping and best of all, great access to Tohickon Creek.
Tinicum Park along the Delaware River has boating, camping, hiking and historical buildings. With the river on one side and the prominent mountain ridge on the other, Tinicum Park offers the visitor a wonderful panorama.
Possibly the best panoramic vista in Bucks County is at High Rock State Park. Take Stover Park Rd. to the parking area on Tory Rd. A short stroll to the overlooks will give an awesome view of Tohickon Creek as it snakes through the valley below.
Bridge over Tohickon Creek is closed to traffic
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Polo is played at Tinicum Park every Saturday in the summer, weather permitting. See more pictures of Tinicum Polo.
Tinicum Township in Bucks County boasts two county parks and one state park. Tohickon Valley County Park is located on Tohickon Creek, Tinicum County Park is located along the Delaware River and High Rocks Vista State Park (part of Ralph Stover State Park) is located on the high cliffs over looking the sweeping curves of Tohickon Creek.