Washington Crossing State Park, NJ
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See where Washington crossed the Delaware. nice park for hiking walking, riding bikes, good place for picnics.
I loved this park. George Washington crossed the Delaware River at this spot, from the Pennsylvania side to the Delaware side. Take a tour with a park ranger. A wonderful way to learn Revolutionary War history.
This is a great park with lots of trails if you like to jog. You can take the towpath from the center of town and make your way there.
This is a beautiful, historic park near the Delaware. The whole region is gorgeous and worth visiting. Local towns to explore include Lambertville and New Hope for galleries, antiques, clothing boutiques, and more.
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“Best short hike in our area, especially with kids. Small visitor center with restrooms on the top, they also have binoculars and the view is really wonderful. One could also bike up to the top, I have not made it all the way yet. It is definitely a challenge.:) Parking lot is on Fiddler's creek road.”
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“Great music and Pizza with your wine is only a 10 minute drive form Greythorne Farm. Enjoy outdoor seating Spring thru Autumn.”
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