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Tyler State Park is a day-use Pennsylvania state park on 1,711 acres (692 ha) in Newtown and Northampton Townships, Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the United States.PutTyler State Park into our Newtown driving holiday planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
Park roads, trails, and facilities are nestled within the original farm and woodland setting. Neshaminy Creek meanders through the park (no swimming), north to south. Tyler State Park is home to many different species of birds thank to the diversity of habitats, including mature forests and maintained grassland. The creek is home to water snakes, turtles, eels, and panfishes. The quieter sections of the park are home to foxes, deer, beavers, racoons, rabbits, and coyotes.
Tyler State Park contains a 36-hole disc golf course, a community theater, an art center, several picnic areas, a children's playground, and many miles of hiking and walking trails. One of the main attractions in the park is the Schofield Ford Covered Bridge, originally built in 1874. The bridge burned down due to arson on October 7, 1991, but was rebuilt with raised funds and reopened on September 7, 1997.
Tyler State Park reviews
Beautiful state park with trails for hiking and horseback riding. Schofield Ford covered bridge is located within the park, about 1/4 mile from the parking area.
Beautiful state park with trails for hiking and horseback riding. Schofield Ford covered bridge is located within the park, about 1/4 mile from the parking area. more »
It was maybe 10 yrs since my last visit but today very enjoyable at the park with a warm snap of 76 degrees, everyone was out enjoying the trees and water views. Enjoyed the walk to various barns...
It was maybe 10 yrs since my last visit but today very enjoyable at the park with a warm snap of 76 degrees, everyone was out enjoying the trees and water views. Enjoyed the walk to various barns... more »
Nice state park with plenty of trails to explore. We had heard a lot about the covered bridge and took the lane 1 trail to the covered bridge. The trail took us 1 hour 45 minutes total but pretty easy and doable. The trail is bike/ car friendly and is completely paved. I wish there was more information regarding all the available trails. We are definitely coming back to explore other trails. I highly recommend checking out the covered bridge and walking across it. IG: journey_man16
Always love coming to this park. A lot of parking lots to find parking but if it's a nice weekend (summer) you better get here early because you will not find any or will be closed due to no spots. Go through the main entrance hit stop sign make a right go all the way down the road to last parking lot. This is where you should start. Canoe rentals, water fall (small) food stand, grills and tables. Good paved trails all through out with off the beaten path trails all over. If you are on the off path just watch for horses that people ride in the park. Me I enjoy walking the trails to photograph the wildlife.
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