Scenic Perkasie, PA is located in north western Bucks County. This turn of the century town came of age in the late 1800s, and is still thriving today. Several well-kept parks, interesting historical architecture, and clean streets give Perkasie a real "hometown" feel. The small mills and factories built years ago are still there today and being used for a variety of reasons. Unlike many small towns who's history has fallen behind them, Perkasie has managed to keep it's olde towne alive and prosperous. So if you are ever in Perkasie, take the time to smell the roses. Better yet, slow down and look up, because Perkasie has a very interesting skyline with its turrets and spires. Not only is the Victorian architecture a reminder of days gone by, but the working carousel in Menlo Park also conjures images of yesteryear. A short walk along Perkiomen Creek will bring you to the South Perkasie Covered Bridge in Lenape Park. The baseball fields and grandstands at Kulp Park are a tribute to that "All American Past-time." With the scent of an apple pie cooling on a window sill, this small town has all the flavor of "Home Town USA." 
Perkasie Skyline
Around Town
Towns and Townships
Map of Historic Perkasie
Olde Towne Day
Community Day
Scenic Bucks County Home Page
Scenic Bucks County
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Perkasie Links
Along the Perkiomen Creek
Springtime in Perkasie
Bucks County Photo Gallery
Hot Ribs Cool Jazz
Perkasie Railroad Tunnel
Perkasie Then and Now
Bucks CountyCovered Bridges
Bucks County Parks
Delaware River
Delaware Canal