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Susquehanna River : les meilleurs parcs

Historic Site
“Visit the most historic place in US: Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed at Independence Hall. ”
Recommandé par 187 habitants
“One of Philadelphia's landmark parks. In the heart of downtown. Beautiful amongst the tall buildings. ”
Recommandé par 213 habitants
“Taughannock (Tah-gan-ock) State Park is a perfect day trip. With both beach front and gorge trails it's perfect for any level. Get the quintessential Ithaca experience by taking a picnic and your adventurous spirit!”
Recommandé par 151 habitants
“Grab a beer and a sandwich and swing on a hammock along the Delaware River! Awesome views of the Ben Franklin Bridge!”
Recommandé par 152 habitants
“ Bushkill Falls provides families, friends, couples, and nature enthusiasts with an excellent opportunity to experience the splendor and beauty of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. ... Three additional hiking trails provide numerous viewing angles of all eight waterfalls.”
Recommandé par 65 habitants
“The hike up the Gorge at Watkins Glen is fabulous. I recommend you walk up because you see so much more going up. Coming down may be slightly easier but you don't see as much. If you haven't done it; Do it. The Village of Watkins Glen is such a little tourist stop. Great place to pick up a souvenir.”
Recommandé par 87 habitants
“Great hiking and swimming. Upper Treman boasts Lucifer Falls and a short hike around the Rim Trail gives you great views. Lower Treman has one of the most beautiful places to swim. Lifeguards are present.”
Recommandé par 118 habitants
“ The new trails and walkways are friendly for bikes and pedestrians and take you right along the river ”
Recommandé par 132 habitants
“My favorite place in our city. A 10 minute walk gives you access to scores of miles of trails. Walk, hike, run, bike, wander, horseback ride and forget your are even in a city.”
Recommandé par 87 habitants
Botanical Garden
“One of the world’s great gardens, Longwood’s story is one of legacy, innovation, and stewardship. Our Gardens are a living expression of all that our founder, Pierre S. du Pont, found inspiring, meaningful, and beautiful. From the intricate fountain systems to the meticulous gardens to the architectural grandeur, awe-inspiring discoveries await at every turn. Our Rich History Years before it was a public garden, the land on which Longwood Gardens stands was home to the native Lenni Lenape tribe and Quaker farmers. Since then, the land has undergone significant transformation to become the magnificent property that is enjoyed by more than a million guests each year. Creating a Vision for the Future Our ability to be leaders in public horticulture lies in our deliberate planning and adherence to the principles on which we were founded.”
Recommandé par 87 habitants
“Definitely a must for history buffs. Will need a car or be willing to take a long bus to go see, but definitely worth it if you are interested in the revolutionary war.”
Recommandé par 56 habitants
National Park
“This landmark-filled park covers 20 city blocks with museums, Independence Hall & the Liberty Bell.”
Recommandé par 42 habitants
“Really pretty spot to watch the river, take in the crowds and other festivals.”
Recommandé par 64 habitants
“Great place to hang outdoors... Burgers and shakes are delicious.... families can spent quality time playing mini golf and there’s a playground and merry go round for the smaller kids... ”
Recommandé par 39 habitants
Harbor / Marina
“Great for walking, renting bikes (or ped-i-cabs), people watching, getting a bite to eat, starting tours, or--on Sundays--seeing community members gather for dancing on roller skates. They're amazing to watch and the music is good too.”
Recommandé par 86 habitants
“Fabulous state park for hiking and just enjoying nature. Amazing waterfalls!”
Recommandé par 47 habitants