Neshaminy State Park can be found along the Delaware River in lower Pennsylvania. Provided on its 339-acres are amenities like a public pool, walking paths, and a marina. If you're someone looking to get out on the trails, Neshaminy State Park has four total miles to choose from.
The Logan Walk is a half mile ADA accessible path that was originally home to the locally famous Robert Logan home, which has since been removed. The River Walk Trail is just about one mile long and gives guests some great views of the shoreline and the park's tidal marshes.
There's also the Eagles Forest Trail, a joint venture with the Philadelphia Eagles for the state's Go Green program, which aims to educate state residents on forest preservation and maintenance. Dogs are allowed to follow their guests onto these trails, as long as owners remember to take care of any messes they deposit on the ground.
Guests who want to take a dip can enjoy the Neshaminy swimming pool and its adjacent children's splash pad. These areas are staffed with lifeguards throughout the summer months so that guests can rest assured they're in good hands. Swimming is only allowed in the pool areas, as Neshaminy State Park guests are unable to swim in the Delaware River.
If you'd like to keep your canine along, you're unfortunately out of luck as dogs are barred from all indoor structures around this area. Neshaminy State Park also caters to boaters, with a fully stocked marina located on the banks of the Delaware River. Two total access areas for boats can be found here, both of which are available free of charge.
The marina offers fueling services, a bait shop, and a mechanic. Guests are required to have proper the registration and licenses before getting their boat onto the water, and these can both be found at any Pennsylvania State Park's offices. Canines can accompany guests on watercraft, but they're prohibited from any of the marina structures.