Tacony Boat Launch
Tacony Boat Launch, Milnor Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
The Tacony Boat Launch is a small site for launching a boat or spending a quiet afternoon with your rod and reel.
Lardner’s Point Park
Levick St, Philadelphia, PA 19135, USA
Lardner’s Point is a major trailhead for the North Delaware Riverfront Greenway Trail. It provides space to walk, bicycle, and relax along a very scenic stretch of the Delaware just below the iconic Tacony-Palmyra Bridge. Visitors fish from the pier, picnic at handicap-accessible tables, observe wildlife, and traverse a multi-use path through native meadows. Interpretive signage highlights the history of the site and the park’s restored freshwater tidal wetlands, meadows and riparian forest. The park’s varied habitats attract many birds, amphibians, insects, and fish. Visitors have spotted bald eagles, striped bass, Eastern red-bellied turtles, owls, and more.
Frankford Boat Launch and K&T Trail
5600 Tacony Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
This facility can accommodate a large number of vehicles for the boat launch in this location and anglers find it to be a very pleasant site to fish.
Richard Wall Park
Wallpark Dr, Elkins Park, PA 19027
High School Park
8011 High School Rd, Elkins Park, PA 19027, United States
Tookany Creek Park
700 Tookany Creek Pkwy Cheltenham, PA 19012
This park features a natural setting and is a favorite with hikers.
8900 Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19136
Pleasant Hill Park and Boat Launch is a 35 acre recreational area with facilities that include fish ponds (known as the fish hatcheries), a public boat launch, softball fields, walking paths and riverfront viewing and access. The Department of Parks and Recreation recently completed implementation of a new Master Plan for the park. The work included a new playground, upgrades to the fishing ponds and viewing areas, improved parking lots with a bio swale and plantings to filter runoff before it reaches the river, and a riverfront pedestrian path. The Baxter Trail will be completed in 2015, extending from Pennypack on the Delaware Park, linking the two parks with a multi-use trail.Visit Site