Tohickon Creek is the largest Creek in Upper Bucks County. It has been dammed just up stream from the Tinicum Border to form Lake Nockamixon. As it winds it's way through the Bucks County countryside Tohickon Creek passes Stover-Myer's Mill and then makes a dramatic display as it snakes past the "High Rock" vista at Ralph Stover Park. A short distance down stream, Tohickon Valley Park has great access to the creek.
Tohickon Creek at Tohickon Valley Park
Remains of an old dam at Randts Mill
Tohickon Creek just behind the dam at Stover-Myer's Mill. This picture was taken on the Bedminster side of Tohickon Creek.
At Fretz Vallet Road just south of Lake Nockamixon
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Stover Myer's Mill is actually on the Bedminster side of Tohickon Creek.
This dam on Tohickon Creek supplied the water to power the mill.
High Rocks at Ralph Stover State Park