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    About Little Silver Lake
    Located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

    Little Silver Lake is a roughly 10-acre pond located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is 30 miles north of downtown Philadelphia and 70 miles south of New York City.

    The closest location for urgent care is St. Mary Medical Center, 8 miles southeast in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia International Airport is 38 miles southeast, just outside of the city.

    To get a sample of the local flavor, head to nearby restaurants like Bagel Train, Trattoria Rosa Bianca, Yardley Inn, and Charcoal BYOB.

    Suburban Lake Life

    Little Silver Lake is the perfect backyard watering hole to practice your angling. Reports indicate that here, there are largemouth bass, chain pickerel, and pumpkinseed.

    If you're looking for a lake to take your boat, consider nearby Core Creek Park. There are multiple public ramps for visitors to launch their watercraft. Once you're on the water, cast a line out for largemouth bass, yellow perch, catfish, carp, and black crappie.

    This county park also offers soccer fields, a baseball diamond, and an off-leash dog park with separated large and small dog areas.

    What's Nearby?

    The Grounds for Sculpture in Trenton, New Jersey, is a highly-rated contemporary sculpture garden. There are rotating exhibits year-round, as well as beautifully manicured tree and flower gardens!

    Sesame Place is a Sesame Street-themed amusement park the whole family will enjoy, whether you're a little kid or a big kid at heart! There are over 28 wet and dry rides and live parades featuring characters from the show.

    The Delaware River is one of the most popular rivers in the U.S. for kayaking, canoeing, and boating! The Yardley Boat Ramp, only 2 miles north, is the closest place to get your boat or kayak onto the water.

    Visit Philadelphia

    Beyond its historical significance, Philadelphia has more than meets the eye. Visit the iconic Rocky statue. Built in honor of Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky III,” this statue makes for a great photo opportunity.

    The Liberty Bell is a must-see historical destination, but the lesser-known Independence Hall bears similar significance. Independence Hall is where the Declaration of Independence was signed and was the starting place for America’s Revolution against England.

    After a long day in the city, grab a bite to eat at the 127-year old Reading Terminal Market. Even if Philadelphia Cheesesteak isn’t your cup of tea, this market offers a variety of snacks and cuisine.

    Some local favorites are roasted pork sandwiches, roast duck, Amish-style soft pretzels, and Amish-style rotisserie chicken.

    Why Little Silver Lake?

    If you're looking for somewhere that balances things to do inside and outside and is close to a major American city, then you've found the perfect match in Little Silver Lake!