Point Pleasant, PA

Nature's Wonderland in Upper Bucks County

Point Pleasant lies on both sides of Tohickon Creek by the creek’s confluence with the Delaware River.

Another stopping off point for the River Traveler is the town of Point Pleasant, which lies on both sides of the Tohickon Creek by its confluence with the Delaware River, dividing the community into two townships. The Lenape Indians, who fished along the Delaware, originally settled the town.

A town that featured prominently in the Revolutionary War, the grist mills of Point Pleasant produced grain for the soldiers. Later it became a resting spot for canal men and a way station for the Doylestown-Frenchtown-New York stage. Visitors to this quaint town will enjoy unique shopping, a nearby State Park, and tubing river adventures.

Bucks County River Country

2 Walters Lane
Point Pleasant, PA 18950


World’s River Tubing Capital. We are the most experienced outfitter in the area, providing Tubing, Rafting, Canoeing and Kayaking trips since 1967 along the scenic Delaware River. Fun for the whole . . . family. No age limit. An adventure for everyone. Only 8 miles north of Lambertville/New Hope on Route 32. Best price around-$13 Tubing-see website for details. “Where we love to see you wet.”

F.P. Kolbe Gift Store & Cafe

6 River Road, PO Box 566
Point Pleasant, PA 18950


Gifts & accessories for the home and garden in the old Point Pleasant Inn of 1782. 12 rooms of merchandise with USA made furniture, two rooms of candles, home decor and so much more. There is also . . . an acre of outdoor statuary, fountains, pottery and garden accents. A cafe with so much charm and great coffee and edibles to boot!

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Shad’Toberfest Canceled

As you may have heard, Lambertville was devastated by flooding from Ida.
We decided to cancel Shad’Toberfest. This decision was not made lightly. However, we could not burden the already stressed infrastructure of the City. The festival brings thousands of visitors to Lambertville and that burden would not help our City right now.
The need in Lambertville is great with over half the homes in the City affected by Hurricane Ida’s unprecedented flooding.
There are some people that will spend a year getting their house back to a livable condition and some who will never return to their beloved homes because of the severe damage they sustained. In light of this tragedy, we are working on a fundraiser to benefit those flood victims hit hardest by Hurricane Ida. Stay tuned for details.