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4092 Skippack Pike
P.O. Box 880
Skippack, PA 19474
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Welcome to Beautiful Bucks and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania!
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Pennsylvania has always had a great role in history and its communities
reflect those image of the past. But Bucks amd Montgomery County and their
communities have also grown as thriving modern
day cities where families can balance their professional and personal lives. When you
step into this region in Southeastern Pennsylvania, you will understand why for over
400 years, Americans have made this beautiful place their home.
Bucks County Overview:
Bucks County encompasses over
600 square miles in what is known as the Philadelphia Region and is located within
an 8 hour drive of half the population
of the United States. It is a beautiful oasis in this very populous region. The
county has sound highway infrastructure with I-95, U.S. Route 1 and the Pennsylvania
Turnpike. It is also close to
the Jersey Turnpike, I-78 and I-80 making the region extremely accessible
(see travel distances on left).
Bucks is one of the fastest growing counties in the region with a growth rate of
60,000 residents per year, yet somehow it keeps its family values and community appeal. It does this through the work
of many Conservation and Preservation organizations, both county and private, which
are dedicated to keeping the integrity of the land. The region is projected to grow
to 710,000 residents by the year 2020.
It's schools are strong, it's history is captivating and its
people have a love for both the land and each other. You will find no better
place to raise a family. Located just 28
miles from downtown Philadelphia, it is the perfect home for many Philly executives.
Montgomery County Overview:
With a rich historical heritage, Montgomery County has developed into a vital
County, the third most populated in the Commonwealth. Within the County's
483 square miles are fine residential areas, thriving multimillion dollar
industries, huge modern shopping centers, and beautiful farms and woodlands.
Adjoining Philadelphia on the northwest, the County is served by a modern
highway network and an extensive mass transportation system.
Areas and Towns of Interest Include:
- Ambler - Quaint Town with Shopping and Restaurants
- Conshohocken - Restaurants and Nightlife
- Evansburg State Park
- Fort Washington State Park - The 493 acre State Park offers a simple way to experience nature and history. Over 190 types of birds, 30 mammal species, 16 types of fish, 300 vanities of wildflowers and 37 types of trees (some over 375 years old).
- The Main Line - The Towns of Ardmore, Bryn Mawr, Gladwyne and Wayne anchor
the area that was developed originally as a Philadelphian's vacation getaway.
It is a vital hub of suburban Philadelphia life.
- Hope Lodge - Fort Washington
- Mill Grove - Audubon
- Peter Wentz Farmstead - Worcester
- Pennypacker Mills - Schwenksville
- Pottsgrove Manor - Pottstown
- Valley Forge National Park - Valley Forge
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