Feasterville-Trevose is a former census-designated place (CDP) located in Lower Southampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It was divided into two separate CDP's in 2010, Feasterville and Trevose, and is no longer considered one community even though both towns share the same zip code. The city claims a few famous personalities as citizens, including pro football player Tom McEowen and MLB player Ken Reynolds. Feasterville is well known for its sports teams, specifically for its participation in the American Inline Hockey League; from 2003 to 2007, the town hosted the Eastern Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (ECRHA) Regional Championships.
Search for an RV in Bucks County, and you can choose from a wide selection of RVs that are ideal for exploring Pennsylvania. There are other towns that are worth visiting too. Doylestown has a long list of famous personalities from numerous occupations, including authors James Michener and Dorothy Parker. Abington has an extensive list of celebrities who have resided there, including actor Bradley Cooper and actor/comedian Bob Saget. Norristown is referenced several times in popular culture, specifically in the novels Maniac Magee, The Devil in the White City, and the novel-turned-movie The Lovely Bones. Lansdale has a Kugel Ball which is a floating sphere fountain; the sphere is usually very heavy but rests on pressurized water. Your Feasterville-Trevose travel trailer rental is your invitation to experience this scenic and interesting backdrop in person.
The Great Outdoors
Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust is an environmental preserve managed by a private non-profit organization combining nature management and research with public access and recreation. The trust's purpose is land restoration, such as tree planting and planting native grasses, and improving the water quality of the watershed that is quickly becoming a suburban area. The park is open year-round from dawn to dusk, allowing visitors to enjoy hiking in the park's many miles of trails; pets and bicycles are allowed on specific multi-use trails only.
Tyler State Park was originally a farm and woodland setting before being officially opened as a park in 1974. Farm roads within the park have been converted into paved trails, and numerous former farmhouses are now rented out as private residences. Two of the historic buildings house a community theater and an art center. Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, and horseback riding, as well as picnicking and disc golf. Water enthusiasts can go boating and fishing. Cross country skiing can be enjoyed in the winter. Park your Feasterville-Trevose camper rental nearby, and you can take photos of these historic buildings with your RV in the foreground, combining the past and present to show your family and friends back home.
Core Creek Park is a developed urban park consisting of a wooded area with trails surrounding Lake Luxembourg. The park has restrooms and areas for team sports such as softball, basketball, and soccer. There is a fishing dock and a boat launch ramp, a pavilion and picnic area, and much more. The campground has a dog park, and there is a playground for young kids. Some of the trails are multi-use for biking and hiking.
There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds within the vicinity of Feasterville-Trevose; many have mobile homes, and some are 55+ facilities. Your Feasterville-Trevose RV trailer rental is all you will need to feel at home no matter where you stay.
Philadelphia South / Clarksboro KOA is a countryside RV campground. The park is pet-friendly with restrictions, and there are restrooms, laundry facilities, and a camp store. Guests can enjoy catch-and-release fishing in the stocked pond, rent bicycles, or relax by the swimming pool. There are a pavilion and activity park. Some sites have pull-through access, some have tents.
RV Parking & Campus Park and Ride is an atypical RV campground offering restrooms and showers, a dump station, and gated access with CCTV cameras. Individual sites have full hookups, paved level pads, and Wi-Fi. Guests have access to a shuttle system connecting to Philadelphia's transit system, so guests can explore the city.
Exploring The City
There is a lot to see and do in and around Feasterville-Trevose, and some of it is very unique. It isn't unusual to see gun ranges, which can be fun, but one attraction here is an ax-throwing range; no experience is required as an ax master is on hand for training, supervision, and safety. There are several children's make-believe attractions, but one of them is a full-on castle. There are shopping malls and museums for the adults; one of the museums specialize in antique aircraft dating back as early as WWI (it is staffed by volunteers who act as tour guides). There are farms and farmer's markets, and a magic theater offering live shows. Don't forget to take your Feasterville-Trevose motorhome rental for a spin around the countryside before returning the keys. This is just one of the unique advantages to an RV vacation, but it is one that you don't want to miss.
When it's time for dinner, Feasterville-Trevose is a good place to be. Prices range from inexpensive to fine dining, and there is an extensive assortment of cuisines. One Italian restaurant is nicely decorated and takes great pride in its food presentation. One Middle Eastern restaurant is located in a strip mall and has a simple and clean atmosphere; guests can dine in or order takeout and head back to their Feasterville-Trevose luxury RV rental for a night of dining out under the stars.