Doylestown is a quaint town that serves as the administrative capitol of Bucks County and has many fine places to eat, shop and hang out. Downtown Doylestown is only a short 10 minute walk or 5 minute bike from campus along the Doylestown Bike and Hike trail system, but why walk when the Doylestown Area Regional Transit (DART) shuttle bus will pick you up from campus and drop you right off in the center of everything? For more information about Doylestown and what it has to offer, please feel free to visit Doylestown Borough's website, the Doylestown Business and Community Alliance website the website of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce. Also, to get up to date information on all of the fun and exciting things going on in Doylestown make sure you download the free Dtown Magazine app for both your Android powered smart phone or your iPhone
DelVal is located in central Bucks County. Bucks County is home to many suburbs of Philadelphia, each of which have their own style. Towns like Doylestown, New Hope, Quakertown and Newtown give Bucks County residents plenty of entertainment, places to eat and shopping. In Bucks County, you'll find wonderful local parks, including Central Park and Peace Valley Park, and close access to fantastic scenic State Parks.
Philadelphia is the birth place of American Independence and the Constitution; the area has an enormous amount of historical, cultural and social opportunities. One of the East Coast’s fastest growing major cities, Philadelphia has art, food, museums, concerts, plays, restaurants and sports. With a SEPTA Doylestown Line stop right on campus that goes right into downtown Philadelphia, getting into the city is a breeze!
The Northeast Corridor
Doylestown is situated between the major cities of New York and Washington D.C. Getting to these exciting locations is a breeze. Taking the SEPTA Doylestown Line to 30th Street Station in Phildelpha offers a number of bus and train options to both Washington D.C. and NYC. From the Doylestown Train Station, the Transbridge Bus Line takes you through Northern New Jersey into the Port Authority bus station in New York City