Bridge Point Park, located in the small village of Edison just south of Doylestown, is an intimate, shady retreat that sits adjacent to the Neshaminy Creek Greenway. A bucolic hideaway it provides space for picnicking and quiet shade for sitting, reflecting, and reading. The restored historic stone building on the site, in its former life, was a wheelwright/blacksmith shop. Its small size (2.25 acres) invites a walk along the banks of the creek following a path down to the water’s edge for wading and fishing. It is part of the Neshaminy Creek Watershed and Rivers Conservation Project.
- Stream bed walks
- Wheelwright Shop