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Silver Lake

Pennsylvania

Silver Lake, Pennsylvania

Silver Lake real estate is considered a tight inventory market for lake homes and lake lots in Pennsylvania.

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    About Silver Lake
    Located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

    Silver Lake is a roughly 30-acre lake located in a county park of the same name in Bristol, Pennsylvania. It is 22 miles northeast of downtown Philadelphia and a couple of miles away from the Pennsylvania/New Jersey border.

    The closest location for emergency care is Lower Bucks Hospital, less than a mile away. The Philadelphia International Airport is 30 miles southeast.

    Life Near a County Park

    Silver Lake County Park is a beacon of nature in the Philly metro area! There are plenty of activities for the lover of the outdoors here, such as hiking, kayaking, nature watching, picnicking, geocaching, and fishing. Anglers can expect to catch largemouth bass, black crappie, and bluegill.

    What's Nearby?

    After a long day outdoors, grab a bite to eat at one of many nearby restaurants. Examples of excellent cuisine include Italian Family Pizzeria, La Mexicana, Original Golden Eagle Diner, and Mazzanti's Market.

    If you're in the mood to grab a drink, there are plenty of bars nearby, such as Odd Logic Brewing Co, Naked Brewing Bristol Taproom, and Phinny Magee's Pub.

    Access to the Delaware River is less than two miles away at the Delaware Canal State Park. Miles of river north and south await you, offering fantastic views of the Pennsylvania countryside or downtown Philly.

    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 spending a 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 Silver Lake?

    If you're seeking a place that offers nature as well as access to one of America's largest cities, you've found the perfect match in Silver Lake!