Famous for pristine River Views and fine dining, Lumberville, PA is a renown local River Town for good reason. Across the River from Bulls Island, NJ, Lumberville is definitely worth scheduling a day trip for. With dining options ranging from the Black Bass Inn to the more casual (yet charming) Lumberville General Store. Both of these spots are located in central Lumberville, but this area offers even more than good eats. Take a scenic walk across the Lumberville-Raven Rock Bridge; you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about.
As with most Delaware River Towns, Lumberville, PA is riddled with history. The village was originally settled by a Revolutionary War officer and Bucks County Sherrif, George Wall. The Black Bass Inn was then built in the 1740s with historical facts dating back to the arrival of George Washington. Check out the Black Bass to get a full run-down of local history. You won’t be disappointed.
Lumberville, PA isn’t just famous for its perfect views of the Delaware River. Explore this area’s intriguing history while soaking in the sun with a walk along the towpath. What are you waiting for?