Easton Waterfront

Easton Waterfront BridgeLocated at the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers in downtown Easton, the beautiful and scenic City waterfront is a wonderful place to spend the day relaxing or taking advantage of the many recreational opportunities available to patrons.

This area offers boat launch access to both the Lehigh and Delaware rivers, multi-activity playgrounds, bike trails, and fishing. Accessible by all modes of transportation with facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists, the waterfront area is comprised of two distinct parks separated at the intersection of Northampton Street and Larry Holmes Drive by the historic Northampton Street Bridge which crosses into New Jersey.

Easton WaterfrontThe parks are connected by pedestrian pathways along the road and also via bikeway along the Delaware River, and each park contains a performance venue to host music and events. Please come and enjoy all that this scenic and beautiful area has to offer and take advantage of the many great programs and special events that take place throughout the year.

Waterfront Area Map (PDF)

Scott Park

Scott ParkScott Park is located just south of the Northampton Street Bridge on Larry Holmes Drive and is home to an open-air amphitheater with adequate viewing space for 400 patrons and additional room along the perimeter. This beautiful park is located directly at the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers and offers stunning views of the Lehigh Dam and the many bridges that played vital roles in the transportation history of the City.

Scott Park has a great playground area for the kids and also provides free boat launch access to both the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers with on-street parking for patrons.

Riverside Park

Riverside Park is located just a short walk north of Scott Park and is home to a beautiful 586-seat, covered-stage amphitheater which may be utilized for a wide array of performances and special events. The park contains a large playground for children and has great areas for enjoying passive recreation.

Riverside ParkRiverside Park Playground

Scenic Wild Delaware River

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