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We love these preserved historic canals and visit whenever we can. Walking, bike riding and just hanging out on the old towpaths, we try to imagine how life was back in the canal days. It is very scenic and relaxing to walk up and down...More
New Hope is right on the Delaware River on the PA side, and right across the bridge over the river is another super cute town of Lambertville, NJ. Both towns have lots of super cute shops to go in and out of, including art galleries,...More
Walked from The Pineapple Hill Inn to New Hope on path. Weather was perfect. Met so many friendly folks biking, walking and fishing as we walked along the trail. One very kind lady walking her dog Daisy caught up with us from time to time...More
We had an amazing breakfast at River Cat Cafe (new spot and delicious) and decided to walk back along the tow path. The Lockhouse was closed but we were able to peek in. Outside placards clearly explain how the Towpath was used. Look around you...More
park in town and then ride along the towpath from new hope north to the first bridge. walk across the bridge and then ride back down the other side to Lambertville. 8-10 flat miles of beauty and peaceful riding. one of our favorite things to...More
We took a walking tour of New Hope and visited the lock keeper house adjacent to the canal. This canal is no longer operative but is easy to view and appreciate. There are still historic locks in place and hopefully in future the canal can...More
Response from pamelab567 | Reviewed this property |
I don't recall there being any bike rentals around. I wasn't really looking for them though. The area isn't that big where you might need a bike to get around. Well my opinion. We walked to see everything.