Tinicum Park

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Tinicum Park
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Location of Tinicum Park within Pennsylvania
Type County park
Location Erwinna, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Coordinates 40°30′36″N75°04′16″W / 40.510°N 75.071°W / 40.510; -75.071
Area126 acres (51 hectares)
OpenDaily, Dawn – Dusk

Tinicum Park is a 126-acre (0.51 km2) park in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is located on River Road (PA 32) in Erwinna, Pennsylvania. There is a Polo club that plays in the summer. [1]


  1. "Tinicum". www.buckscounty.org.


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