Locations We Serve in the Bucks County Area
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Levittown is the largest neighborhood in Bucks County. Some of the sights to see include the Friends of Bolton Mansion, Levittown Lake, Mill Creek Valley Park, and Middletown Township Park.
Croydon is situated where the Delaware River meets Neshaminy Creek. Some of the sights to see are Neshaminy State Marina, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co., and Neshaminy State Park.
Bristol is one of the oldest and most historic neighborhoods in all of Pennsylvania. It was settled in 1681 and played a major role in the area’s growth during the American Industrial Revolution.
Some of the best places to visit in Quakertown include Main Street Park, Beaver Run, Union Cemetery, Quakertown Memorial Park, and YMCA of Bucks County in Quakertown.
Morrisville has one of the lowest crime rates in all of Pennsylvania. It’s situated along the Delaware River and is home to Williamson Park and the Morrisville Riverfront Preserve.
The Great Perkasie Fire of 1988 burned a lot of the history in Perkasie, PA, but the town has since recovered. It’s home to the South Perkasie Covered Bridge and the Pearl S. Buck House.
Fairless Hills was developed in 1951 and is home to Caroline Lake, Queen Anne Creek, the Oxford Valley Public Golf Course, Chickenfoot Park, and Martins Park.
Serving as the County Seat of Bucks County, Doylestown is home to Burpee Park, the Doylestown Country Club, the Doylestown Cemetery, and War Memorial Field.
Located to the west of Tyler State Park, which consists of 1,711 acres of beautiful green space, Richboro is home to the Northampton Valley Country Club and over 6,500 amazing residents.
Although partially located in Montgomery County, about half of its 4,800 residents live in Bucks County. It’s home to the Telford Municipal Park and Indian Valley Public Library.
Sellersville, formerly known as Sellers Tavern, experienced a lot of growth during the Industrial Revolution thanks to the addition of the North Pennsylvania Railroad, built in the 1860s.
Located just north of Springfield Lake, Churchville has a population of just over 4,000 people. It didn’t start to see population growth until the mid-1980s when it lost its commuter railway line.
Warminster Heights is located in southeast Warminster, just southwest of the Warminster Community Park. It’s home to the Warminster Heights Lacey Park and Szymanek Park.
Home to Lenape Park, Knupp Park, Twin Streams Park, and Fairview Park, Chalfont is a borough in Bucks County that sees Neshaminy Creek break off into its North Branch and West Branch.
Brittany Farms-The Highlands