The City of the Scenic Wild Delaware River - Easton, PA

The largest city along the Delaware River, Easton, Pennsylvania, offers many interesting things to see and do where the Delaware River begins.

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Karl Stirner Arts Trail - Easton, PA
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Karl Stirner Arts Trail - Easton, PA
Outdoor Adventure | Hiking Trail or Trailhead
Explore Easton by way of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. Pass by various statues, sculptures, and displays of artwork along this 2.5 mile trail. The Arts Trail breaks off to become the KSAT Nature Trail near the old Simon Silk Mill. If you choose, leave the paved Arts Trail and walk along the Nature Trail to take in views of Bushkill Creek.

The Karl Stirner Arts Trail is a 2.5 mile trail that winds along the Bushkill Creek (the Bushkill Creek is a fine trout fishery) connects the old Simon Silk Mill on 13th Street to Third Street at the base of the stone stairs leading up to…

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Easton Public Market - Easton, PA
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Easton Public Market - Easton, PA
Local Point of Interest | Public Market
The Easton Public Market is a great place to grab a bite to eat. There are a variety of options to choose from, including fresh seafood, BBQ, baked goods, beer, wine, pizza and more.

Opening in Spring of 2016, the Easton Public Market is a project of the Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP). Anchoring a downtown market district, the EPM serves as an economic center that features regional and artisanal products,…

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Northampton Street Bridge - Easton, PA
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Northampton Street Bridge - Easton, PA
Historic or Prehistoric Place | Historic Site
Walk over the Northampton Street Bridge to get from Easton, PA to Phillipsburg, NJ. Take in the views of the beautiful Delaware River!

The Northampton Street Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Delaware River, connecting Easton, Pennsylvania and Phillipsburg, New Jersey. It is known locally as the "Free Bridge" thus distinguishing it from the Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge.

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Larry Holmes Statue - Easton, PA
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Larry Holmes Statue - Easton, PA
Local Point of Interest | Statue or Public Art Display
If you're a boxing fanatic, visit the Larry Holmes Statue. "The Easton Assassin" dominated the heavyweight division from 1978 to 1985. The 8.5-foot statue is located in Scott Park, which is along Larry Holmes Drive and is a part of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail as well.

In a nearly two-hour ceremony on December 13, 2015, speaker after speaker paid tribute to the fighter whose nickname, "The Easton Assassin," assuring his legend would be cemented with his city forever.

They stood on the hillside of the…

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Eddyside Park and Pool - Easton, PA
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Eddyside Park and Pool - Easton, PA
Natural Area | Community Park
Cool down at the Eddyside Park and Pool, which is open to the public.

Eddyside Pool is a public swimming facility that is open 7-days per week during the swim season. The facility is located along Rt. 611 on the banks of the Delaware River and offers a unique setting for a great family day out. The facility has two pools,…

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Grand Eastonian Suites - Easton, PA
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Grand Eastonian Suites - Easton, PA
Accommodation | Unique or Historical Accommodation
If you choose to stay over, spend the night in the historic Grand Eastonian, located in the heart of Easton. Amenities include a fitness center, swimming pool, and WiFi, all complimentary for guests.

Come experience the historic charm and warm hospitality of the Grand Eastonian Hotel & Suites.

Spend the night in a newly designed classic guest rooms, a spacious suite or in one an extended stay suites, all graced with a "loft" style,…

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Day 2

Easton Farmers' Market - Easton, PA
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Easton Farmers' Market - Easton, PA
Food or Drink | Farmer's Market
If you are in the Easton area on a Saturday when the Farmers' Market is open, this is your place to stop for fresh, local produce and food products.

The Easton Farmers’ Market was established in 1752, the year of the City’s founding. For more than two and a half centuries farmers and merchants have gathered in Easton’s “Great Square” to peddle their fresh and handcrafted wares. Easton’s…

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Hugh Moore Park - Easton, PA
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Hugh Moore Park - Easton, PA
Natural Area | Community Park
Head over to Hugh Moore Park, just outside of downtown Easton. Walk, bike, or hike on the trails located in the park. If you have children, there is a great playground area for them to explore. Dogs are welcome as well.

Hugh Moore Park is a City of Easton park, located between the Lehigh River and the Lehigh Canal. The park was once home to the first industrial park in the U.S. and is now home to the National Canal Museum, Josiah White II canal boat, and…

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National Canal Museum - Easton, PA
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National Canal Museum - Easton, PA
Museum, Theater, Interpretive Center | Museum
Located in Hugh Moore Park, the National Canal Museum tells the story of America's historic towpath canals. Experience the canal on your own and sign up for a mule-drawn canal boat ride on the Josiah White II!

The National Canal Museum is an affiliate of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. Located in Easton's beautiful Hugh Moore Park, the museum features the Josiah White II, Pennsylvania's only mule-drawn canal boat ride. It’s also the…

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1 Karl Stirner Arts Trail - Easton, PA
2 Easton Public Market - Easton, PA
3 Northampton Street Bridge - Easton, PA
4 Larry Holmes Statue - Easton, PA
5 Eddyside Park and Pool - Easton, PA
6 Grand Eastonian Suites - Easton, PA
7 Easton Farmers' Market - Easton, PA
8 Hugh Moore Park - Easton, PA
9 National Canal Museum - Easton, PA