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Lardners Point Park

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Boat ramp operated by the City of Philadelphia. No fee is charged. Lardner's Point Park is a 4.5-acre park located at the base of the Tacony Palmyra Bridge in Philadelphia's Tacony neighborhood. The park has a paved area with benches and a gravel trail that spurs off the K&T segment of the East Coast Greenway (ECG), and winds down to the water before bringing you back to ECG. The park provides the first public access to the Delaware River in the Tacony neighborhood of Philadelphia. The K&T Trail traverses the site (part of the East Coast Greenway trail and bi-state Delaware River Heritage Trail) and is part of the main spine of the North Delaware Riverfront Greenway. It will be extended north and south of the park in 2015. Interpretive signage was recently installed to educate visitors of both historical and environmental facts and features of the Park. These features encourage multiple passive recreational activities such as bird and butterfly watching, nature observance, fishing, walking, picnicking, dog walking, and bicycling and generally exploring the habitats.

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5202 Levick St.
Philadelphia PA 19135