Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
Pack up the family and head out for a vacation at the “Happiest Place on Earth.” As a guest of the Walt Disney World Resorts, you and your family will be treated to themed accommodations, fabulous theme parks, unique dining venues and lots of activities.
The small green spaces, which are located inside parallel parking spaces at several spots throughout the city, offer Philadelphians temporary places to relax, sit, eat and enjoy the scenery.
New Jersey lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban smoking at all public beaches and parks in the state.
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Acting Secretary, Ellen Ferretti, reminds all Pennsylvanians that state parks and forests are open for business as usual despite the government shut down.
Lucky for us, there are more than a few places near Philly to see those autumn leaves in all their glory—and before they go up in smoke on that totally illegal bonfire in your neighbor’s backyard.
If you love both the arts and being outdoors, there are a few locations in Philly and the suburbs where you can relax, picnic and enjoy some live entertainment.
Cherry Hill Council members have passed an ordinance Monday night that will ban smoking in any Township-owned area.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A new city bridge will be open to the public as of next Sunday, Oct. 20th. The Schuylkill River Parks Connector Bridge, a 95-foot-long structure that connects the Schuylkill Banks to Schuylkill […]
According to one social media network, Rittenhouse Square is among the top 20 most popular parks in the United States.
“Every rec center open, every library open, every park open, every pool open this summer,” he said.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced a plan to begin privatization of the state’s park system in an attempt to bridge an operating deficit now pegged at some $31 million.
It’s been decades since a park opened along Philadelphia’s Delaware River waterfront, but the opening of “Washington Avenue Green” at Pier 53 is the first step in what looks to be a long reclamation project.