The Forks of the Neshaminy is so called because of the narrow, winding stream valleys formed by the juncture of the Neshaminy and Little Neshaminy Creeks. This watershed is approximately 5,600 acres and was recently recognized in the Natural Areas Inventory of Bucks County as an area containing significant natural features, which should receive priority for protection.
This region is also made up of a group of farms united by Neshaminy Creek. Due to topography, they form a visually distinct area that still reflects the region’s agricultural heritage.
To view a map of our Lasting Landscapes® initiative for Forks of the Neshaminy, click in the attatchments box below.