Recreation

Historic Bristol Borough on the Delaware River has a lot to offer when it comes to recreation:

Bristol Spurline Park Trail 4 A wonderful 4 mile loop asphalt trail that incorporates the rail corridor and some of the former canal towpath. Visitors will walk past the Bristol Marsh, a unique and sensitive freshwater habitat, the Delaware River waterfront, ball fields and grassy parks.
Bristol Waterfront Park on the Delaware River images_opt Home to concerts, festivals, fishing, boating yoga, outdoor dining, monuments and people-watching, the Bristol Waterfront is a cherished treasure. Free parking.
Grundy Arena Ice Rink grundy sign-1 Offering two indoor ice skating rinks with stadium seating, fully stocked Pro Shop, and snack bar, the arena is home to free skating, skating lessons, adult and youth hockey leagues and can even host parties.
Silver Lake Nature Center doc4e8350c8e7d047604791441 Silver Lake Nature Center is part of the Bucks County Department of Parks and Recreation. The 460 acre park has 4.5 miles of nature trails and woodlands and is home to nature programs, playgrounds, an exercise trail, picnic pavilions and more.
Community Playgrounds Playground Bristol hosts four community playgrounds:

  • Pond Street between Lincoln Avenue and Taylor Street
  • At the Bristol Spurline Park across from Cleveland Street
  • At the Bristol Borough Little League Fields on Jefferson Avenue
  • On Lake Street
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