I have been looking for a detailed map of all the trails at Tyler. I have found a few but several trail names and where they lead to aren't indicated (i.e. Neshaminy Trail, White Pine Trail, Boat House Trail, etc.). Also, does anyone know if there is a business that has horse trail riding opportunities nearby?
Many of the trails loop around so if there is no end point indicated on the map this could be why. There is a horse stable nearby offering trail riding but I have never used them. The name is Frank's Stables and they are located on Swamp Rd in Newtown, PA. I hope this helps!
Franks Stables @ 451 Swamp Rd Newtown, PA 18940 215-860-7291. The property is right next to the park.
Oh I forgot...If you are looking at the main entrance to Tyler on 413 and go right...pass the college on your left and keep your eyes to the left for a sign that says Schoefield covered bridge...this is part of the park but you cannot access it from the main part. I have gone there to photograph the covered bridge and everytime I go there are horse trailers in the lot. I'm not a horse person but it is obvious to me that people trailer their horses there and then ride. The covered bridge is not for cars and it is always cool to see people on horses come through or even under the bridge in the water....
There is a pretty cool ap called all trails. That might help you. Otherwise explore
Not sure but all trails lead to several areas. I do believe there are horse riding places , Contact North Hampton Township online,sorry is not great information but online website should be able to tell you everything.
Yes there is a stable I believe it's called Sunset stable. The trails come together nicely...I have walked, hiked, horse rode and bicycled and you quickly find your bearings. All are lots of fun. Especially biking. Hope that helps.
There are small maps on the bulletin boards in the park or you can go to the park office for one.
Yes there is.
Don't know the name but try searching where location is near Bucks County Community College
Tyler park maps are available at the park office at the main entrance off Swamp RD
The previous answers read is good information
Oh don't forget to go canoeing that is a dream too!!
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