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From the PA Turnpike:

Take exit #343, Willow Grove, and proceed on Route 611 North towards Doylestown.

Exit onto Route 202 North for New Hope.

Routes 202 & 263 run together for a short ways and split at a “Y” intersection in Lahaska. Look for the Buckingham Friends School on the left just before the split.

Bear left onto Route 263 North and pass through Peddlers Village.

Cross Street Road.

Cross Aquetong Road.

Pass Creamery Road on the left. (Sign for Solebury Orchards)

Go 100 yards and turn RIGHT on Creamery Road. (Sign for Audubon Visitor Center).

Proceed on Creamery Road 1/3 mile to the entrance to Honey Hollow on the right.

From Central New Jersey and Points East:

Take 518 west (including right on Louellen in Hopewell).

In Lambertville, at bottom of hill, at stop sign, dog-leg right (on Rt. 29) and immediately left (on Bridge St.) and cross the Delaware River.

Turn right on North Sugan Rd. (at McDonald's, within a mile of the river), go ~0.5 miles.

Turn right to stay on Sugan, go 0.9 miles.

Turn left on Meetinghouse Rd., go 0.6 miles.

Take first right into Creamery Rd., go 0.7 miles.

At Bucks County Audubon Society sign (2877 Creamery Road), turn left at into driveway.

Stay to the right past cottage, and follow up slight hill to stone building.  This is the Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center.

Trails are open dawn to dusk every day. 

Visitor Center Hours:  Monday through Friday 10am to 5pm, plus some weekend hours. 

Visit Bucks County Audubon Society

Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center/Visitor Center
2877 Creamery Road, Solebury, PA. 

Come hike our 6+ miles of natural trails - open dawn to dusk and free of charge (donations welcome) every day. The Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center is open Monday through Friday, 10am to 4pm, as well as some weekends depending on programs and the season. To ensure the visitor center is open on a Saturday or Sunday, please call before  you come 215.297.5880.

Click here for a trail map.  Dogs  should be kept on leash.  Please clean up after your pets.  Please respect private property signs and borders.  Enjoy the beauty of nature that surrounds us. Take only memories and photographs. 

Please Note:  School buses must enter the property off Route 263 at Tuckamony Farm and park in large lot: 6324 Upper York Road, New Hope, PA 18938.  School field trips must be arranged in advance by calling Bucks County Audubon Society at 215-297-5880 or inquire by email.

Thank you!


Bucks County Audubon Society has more than six miles of natural trails for hiking and bird watching.

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