Whether you live in Philadelphia or its surrounding counties, there is lots to do outside where you can keep a safe distance from others. These outdoor spaces offer great opportunities for responsible recreation this summer.
Explore Philly’s Parks
Pass the time outside at places like Clark Park, The Manayunk Towpath & massive Fairmount Park, which stretches from just behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art all the way to Northwest Philly. Or head to French Creek State Park for an afternoon by the lake.
Hike or Fish at French Creek State Park
There’s plenty to do at French Creek State Park in Elverson, including fishing in the well-stocked Hopewell and Scotts Run lakes. Bring some friends to play on the disc-golf courses or venture through 130 miles of trails.
Watch the Sailboats at Nockamixon State Park
Lake Nockamixon in Bucks County offers a peaceful backdrop for a socially distant picnic. There are 1,450-acres to explore – visitors can roam trails by foot or bike.
Visit Lesser-Known Parts of Wissahickon Valley Park
This amazing park in Northwest Philly offers 57 miles of trails. Visitors can walk, bike or ride a horse through on the trails, or venture up the steeply wooded paths. One of the less-explored spots is the Andorra Natural Area, which offers access to the Andorra Meadow – a great place for birdwatchers.
Visitors of all ages and interests can pass the time at places like Core Creek Park in Langhorne and Evansburg State Park in Collegeville, where you can try boating, fishing, disc golf and multi-purposes athletic fields.
Judd Builders is a family-owned business and our sales team is grateful to be able to assist you in finding your new home. Your home is your greatest investment and the safest place to be. We are excited to resume operations and are looking forward to meeting our visitors in person in the most responsible and safe way. Please understand that we are required to meet by appointment only, until further notice. Please view our COVID-19 Guidelines for more information.