Next steps on Philadelphia’s Delaware River Trail

September 23rd, 2016

The Delaware River City Corporation (DRCC) is one of the leaders in transforming the Tidal Trail in Philadelphia into a world-class urban riverfront. In addition to environmental restoration and public programming along the river in Northeastern Philadelphia, DRCC is building the long section of the Delaware River Trail that will connect Center City to Bucks […]

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Back to School Events Abound on the Tidal Trail

September 7th, 2016

The Tidal Trail is abuzz as we all go back to school. Two great events are happening on the Delaware and the Schuylkill on Saturday, September 10th. 2016 Pennsylvania Coast Day Discover all that Pennsylvania’s coast has to boast at Pennsylvania Coast Day. This free festival will take place at Walnut Plaza (Columbus Avenue at […]

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Bee Scene on the Tidal Delaware

August 23rd, 2016

If you are looking for a place to take your honey in the coming weeks, head to Glen Foerd on the Delaware on September 9th for the kick-off of the Philadelphia Honey Festival! The Philadelphia Honey Festival is a celebration of honey and urban beekeeping in Philly. Since 2010, the Philadelphia Honey Festival has been […]

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The Walnut 2 Walnut Regatta is back and better than ever!

July 26th, 2016

Join Philadelphia Independence Seaport Museum for their 3rd annual Walnut 2 Walnut Challenge! Photo from Plan Philly This 15 mile paddle will take you through most beautiful and interesting urban landscapes that will highlight how the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers have shaped Philadelphia over three centuries. The Walnut 2 Walnut Challenge can be whatever you […]

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Cabela’s King Kat Tournament coming to the Tidal Delaware

June 15th, 2016

The Tidal Delaware River offers incredible opportunities for outdoor recreation. It’s waters entice paddlers and motorboaters alike. Several areas on the river are known for their excellent wildlife viewing. In 2014, the Bassmaster competition brought 37,000 fans to the river, and on Saturday, June 18, Cabela’s King Kat Tournament will be taking to the Delaware out […]

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There’s a Yacht to Do on the Tidal Trail

January 11th, 2016

Along the Tidal Delaware Water Trail there are various unique activity opportunities. One of these activities that is worth looking into is yachting. The yachting culture along the trail creates a close knit community that is great to get involved in. With thirty nine clubs along the river, the river trail caters the resources necessary […]

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Delaware River Trail Extends Farther North!

December 1st, 2015

One day you will be able to paddle down the Delaware to the Frankford Arsenal, take your boat out and bike down to Center City Philadelphia. Sure, it will take a little bit of coordination to get your bike at the landing site, but it will be possible because the Delaware River Trail will follow […]

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Winterfest on the Delaware is Back

November 25th, 2015

This Friday – November 27 – Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest comes back to the Tidal Delaware! In addition to ice skating with a gorgeous view of the river and the Ben Franklin Bridge, come to Winterfest on the Delaware for the fire pits, the kids lodge, the delicious food, and the fireworks. The Holiday Tree […]

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Canoemobile Conquering the Delaware

October 16th, 2015

The Canoemobile is a roving fleet of six, 24-foot Voyageur canoes supported by Wilderness Inquiry that travels across America to bring environmental literacy to urban youth. The Tidal Delaware is currently the lucky host of the program, and over the last two weeks Canoemobile paddled with more than 2,000 Philadelphia, Camden, and Wilmington students in their “floating […]

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Tidal Trail Fans Spread the Word

October 6th, 2015

The Tidal Delaware got some major love on Billy Penn last week. The on-line news platform for Philly made a great case for why more people should be out playing in the Delaware and Schuylkill: there is less industry on the rivers than every before; the river is less polluted than ever before; and this guy […]

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