Delaware River Pop-up Parks profiled in Keystone Crossroads

August 20th, 2015

It is always exciting to see Tidal Delaware projects highlighted in the media, and being the focus of a story by a news outlet that reports on multitudes of projects across the Commonwealth is particularly exciting. WHYY’s Keystone Crossroads project presented an excellent and in-depth article about DRWC’s Delaware River Pop-up parks and the impact they have […]

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Last Chance to enjoy relaxing over the Delaware River

August 26th, 2014

It’s been voted one of the best urban beaches in the world by the Huffington Post. It’s been Philadelphia’s go-to summer spot for alfresco imbibing. It’s been the closest you can get to the Delaware without actually getting in a boat (you are literally hanging over it!). And now… it’s almost over! The Spruce Street […]

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Philadelphia’s Ellis Island on the Delaware is open again for the City to enjoy

August 15th, 2014

Today marked the official naming and ribbon cutting of the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation’s new park on Pier 53. Named the Washington Avenue Pier, the beautiful public space follows the precedent of the Race Street Pier and the Spruce Street Harbor Park: parks named after the streets they flow from to reinforce the connection between the […]

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Spruce Street Harbor Park: Believe the Hype.

July 2nd, 2014

By Lauren Deutsch On Friday June 27th the Spruce Street Harbor Park, a new, highly anticipated, pop-up green space on the Tidal Delaware River officially opened to the public. The much-hyped project has captivated Philadelphia’s attention and offers an example as to what future waterfront development could look like for the city. The Delaware River […]

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Summer is coming.

May 5th, 2014

It’s been a long, cold winter. Here at Tidal Trail, we think the harsh weather we made it through makes the coming of summer even sweeter. Get ready for the transformation of the Tidal Delaware River Trail into a summertime paradise complete with paddling opportunities, free picnics, and an urban beach. Paddle Penn’s Landing is […]

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