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20 Apartments for rent in Quakertown, PA

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922 CEMETERY ROAD
922 Cemetery Rd
Quakertown, PA | Quakertown
4 Bedrooms
$2,300
2000 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Gorgeous, bright, spacious and only 1 year new!!! A dream kitchen with an 8ft eat at counter, state of the art appliances and cabinets. Open floorplan. Incredible storage space and closets.
1 Unit Available
138 FRONT STREET
138 Front Street
Quakertown, PA | Quakertown
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,350
550 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Now accepting applications - This beautiful historic building has been converted into 1 & 2 bedroom luxury apartments.
1 Unit Available
431 S WEST END BOULEVARD
431 South West End Boulevard
Quakertown, PA | Quakertown
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
2523 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Renovated Upper Bucks County townhouse style 2 bedroom residence with full basement. Home features full eat in kitchen, living room with decrotive fireplace, wood floors throughout.
Results within 1 mile of Quakertown
1 Unit Available
1020 HEATHER LANE
1020 Heather Lane
Bucks County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,775
1585 sqft
Last updated March 9 at 09:52 PM
Absolutely beautiful home. New easy care laminate flooring through out home. Perfect sun room , breakfast area off FR gives great view of open space. Move right in everything has just been done.
Results within 10 miles of Quakertown
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4 Units Available
Heritage Greene
807 Ridgeview Ct
Sellersville, PA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,220
1768 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 25 at 12:50 PM
Situated in 27 acres of rolling countryside, this development offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. Amenities include open floor plans, nine-foot ceilings, gas fireplaces, gourmet kitchens, and more.
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1 Unit Available
Heritage Orchard Hill
1 Applewood Dr
Perkasie, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,915
1612 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 25 at 12:10 PM
Offering luxury living in a quiet neighborhood, this complex has a variety of amenities like open floor plans, finished basements, private garages, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
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2 Units Available
Saucon View
1 Saucon View Drive
Bethlehem, PA | South Bethlehem
1 Bedroom
$1,516
995 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 25 at 03:33 AM
Near I-78 and I-22. The community features a pool with a clubhouse, concierge services and lots of green space. Each home provides a private balcony, lots of storage and a modern kitchen.
1 Unit Available
5980 Valley Forge Drive
5980 Valley Forge Dr
Lehigh County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1730 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Liberty Village, Luxury Condo with Granite Breakfast Bar, Great Room with lots of space, Hardwood Floors and Flex Room which could be DR, Office, or LR ~ Large MBR Suite with huge Walk in Closet and Tile Master Bath, 3 Bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
1426 Jadden Court
1426 Jadden Court
Bethlehem, PA | South Bethlehem
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1700 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Beautiful new construction! Move in ready 3 bedroom 2.5 bath condo located in the desirable Overlook at Saucon Creek. Main features new modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, open living/dining area and a half bath.
1 Unit Available
1424 Jadden Court
1424 Jadden Court
Bethlehem, PA | South Bethlehem
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1700 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Beautiful new construction! Move in ready 3 bedroom 2.5 bath condo located in the desirable Overlook at Saucon Creek. Main features new modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, open living/dining area and a half bath.
1 Unit Available
1416 Jadden Court
1416 Jadden Court
Bethlehem, PA | South Bethlehem
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1700 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Beautiful new construction! Move in ready 3 bedroom 2.5 bath condo located in the desirable Overlook at Saucon Creek. Main features new modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, open living/dining area and a half bath.
1 Unit Available
1418 Jadden Court
1418 Jadden Court
Bethlehem, PA | South Bethlehem
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1700 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Beautiful new construction! Move in ready 3 bedroom 2.5 bath condo located in the desirable Overlook at Saucon Creek. Main features new modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, open living/dining area and a half bath.
1 Unit Available
1414 Jadden Court
1414 Jadden Court
Bethlehem, PA | South Bethlehem
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1700 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Beautiful new construction! Move in ready 3 bedroom 2.5 bath condo located in the desirable Overlook at Saucon Creek. Main features new modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, open living/dining area and a half bath.
1 Unit Available
1428 Jadden Court
1428 Jadden Court
Bethlehem, PA | South Bethlehem
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1700 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Beautiful new construction! Move in ready 3 bedroom 2.5 bath condo located in the desirable Overlook at Saucon Creek. Main features new modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, open living/dining area and a half bath.
1 Unit Available
6102 Main Street
6102 Main Street
Lehigh County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1404 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Great colonial in Southern Lehigh School District! This home hosts 3 bedrooms( 3rd bedroom is a walk through to the 3rd floor) with 2 full bathrooms on each floor. Oak cabinets in the kitchen with Corian countertops and ceramic floors.
1 Unit Available
36 N MAIN STREET
36 North Main Street
Souderton, PA
1 Bedroom
$875
540 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
One bedroom apartment for rent in downtown Souderton! Keypad entry to main building, on site laundry, water, sewer and trash included! Off street parking lot and parking garage. If you would like to use the parking garage it is a 35.00 monthly fee.
1 Unit Available
123 N STATION STREET
123 N Station St
Telford, PA
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1250 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 02:35 PM
Move in condition. Walking distance to restaurants, parks, and shopping. Up-graded flooring. Living room, Kitchen, breakfast room/ family room. Patio. Two large bedrooms with a full bath. Washer, Dryer, refrigerator included. Two car parking.
1 Unit Available
23 N Front St
23 North Front Street
Souderton, PA
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1550 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 07:05 AM
Large and lovely this 3 bed/1 bathroom first floor level unit includes a private outdoor deck. First floor private front and back doors. In unit w/d hookup, original hardwood flooring refinished. Large kitchen with walk in pantry.
1 Unit Available
7119 Suter
7119 Suter Road
Lehigh County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
1983 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
7119 Suter Available 11/01/20 Recently Renovated Beautiful 3 bedroom home with 2.82 acres of land - This single-family home is located at 7119 Suter Rd, Coopersburg, PA. 7119 Suter Rd is in Coopersburg, PA and in ZIP code 18036.
1 Unit Available
161 W Clark St
161 West Clark Street
Hellertown, PA | Hellertown
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1206 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
2Bd/ 1Ba Large Clean Apartment Hellertown, PA - Spacious 2 bedroom house Completely renovated Full bath Backyard area Front Porch Enclosed back porch Large entry and Living room Off Street Parking Gas Heat Washer/Dryer on site Dishwasher Tenant
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City Guide

Quakertown
Quakertown has been keeping history alive since our country's birth. The Red Lion Inn is where John Fries mounted a rebellion against taxes in 1799, something most Americans can still relate to!
Quakertown has been keeping history alive since our country's birth. The Red Lion Inn is where John Fries mounted a rebellion against taxes in 1799, something most Americans can still relate to!

You don't need to be a Quaker to move to Quakertown, a little borough of just over 8,900 residents in Upper Bucks County. It's a convenient place to live, bordering both the Delaware and Lehigh Valley metro areas, with easy access to Philadelphia, Allentown, and many of the other business centers of eastern Pennsylvania. It is a historic town, with roots going back over two centuries - and families that have called it home for just as long.

Moving to Quakertown

Have a Good Eye

Many of the houses in Quakertown are on the dated side - only 1% of them have been built in the current century. This means you'll need to thoroughly inspect every place you look at during your apartment search to make sure it isn't too drafty or outdated. Many landlords will update their amenities as needed, but don't be afraid to pass over places that seem a bit worn - with over half of the houses dating back to World War II or earlier, be prepared to inhabit history.

Be Prepared

Having the usual paperwork will make things go smoothly - make sure you have references and some pay stubs ready just in case they are requested. You'll also need a security deposit, usually two or three months' worth of rent. Bucks County as a whole can be fairly expensive with one of the highest average rents of any county in the state. However, Quakertown is near the bottom of the county in terms of average rent for a town. Even so, try filling that piggy bank before starting your search!

Get Going

You'll want to start your house hunt in Quakertown at least a month before you need to move. The convenience of the area makes it an enormously popular destination for folks who have to commute through the region, especially since it's easily accessible with four major highways and regional bus services passing through. Accessibility means competition from other renters, so you'll need a head start to be victorious.

Moving to Quakertown
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Have a Good Eye

Many of the houses in Quakertown are on the dated side - only 1% of them have been built in the current century. This means you'll need to thoroughly inspect every place you look at during your apartment search to make sure it isn't too drafty or outdated. Many landlords will update their amenities as needed, but don't be afraid to pass over places that seem a bit worn - with over half of the houses dating back to World War II or earlier, be prepared to inhabit history.

Be Prepared

Having the usual paperwork will make things go smoothly - make sure you have references and some pay stubs ready just in case they are requested. You'll also need a security deposit, usually two or three months' worth of rent. Bucks County as a whole can be fairly expensive with one of the highest average rents of any county in the state. However, Quakertown is near the bottom of the county in terms of average rent for a town. Even so, try filling that piggy bank before starting your search!

Get Going

You'll want to start your house hunt in Quakertown at least a month before you need to move. The convenience of the area makes it an enormously popular destination for folks who have to commute through the region, especially since it's easily accessible with four major highways and regional bus services passing through. Accessibility means competition from other renters, so you'll need a head start to be victorious.

Neighborhoods of Quakertown

Quakertown is composed of roughly three main neighborhoods, albeit small ones. One of the beautiful things about living in Quakertown is that every area is historic and chalk full of history, so anywhere you pick will be steeped in tradition.

Borough Center: Full of historic houses and composed mainly of single family detached housing and town homes, you can find some apartment buildings here with two bedroom apartments or the odd 1 bedroom apartment for rent. It's a convenient neighborhood that is easy to walk with plenty of retail and leisure activities around, from grocery stores to shoe shops. One of the highlights of the downtown area is Sine's 5 & 10, a throwback 5 & 10 store complete with a soda fountain, and over a century of experience making people smile. Those of legal age looking for something on the bitter side can pop in for a beer at the Red Lion Inn.

West End: A bustling neighborhood centered around the Route 309 corridor, housing in this neighborhood is a mix of single-family homes and townhouses. It's a mix of residential, retail and business, split in half by the high-speed roadway. You can walk the neighborhood, but be careful to not become roadkill as you're crossing the major road.

East Quakertown: An urban mix of owners and renters, this neighborhood is mostly residential, with a little bit of light industrial and retail spots. Just a bit younger than the downtown area, this neighborhood is tightly packed, with 36% of the homes being row houses or attached homes. You'll definitely be thankful for the invention of the automobile, as this area isn't as walkable.

Neighborhoods of Quakertown
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Quakertown is composed of roughly three main neighborhoods, albeit small ones. One of the beautiful things about living in Quakertown is that every area is historic and chalk full of history, so anywhere you pick will be steeped in tradition.

Borough Center: Full of historic houses and composed mainly of single family detached housing and town homes, you can find some apartment buildings here with two bedroom apartments or the odd 1 bedroom apartment for rent. It's a convenient neighborhood that is easy to walk with plenty of retail and leisure activities around, from grocery stores to shoe shops. One of the highlights of the downtown area is Sine's 5 & 10, a throwback 5 & 10 store complete with a soda fountain, and over a century of experience making people smile. Those of legal age looking for something on the bitter side can pop in for a beer at the Red Lion Inn.

West End: A bustling neighborhood centered around the Route 309 corridor, housing in this neighborhood is a mix of single-family homes and townhouses. It's a mix of residential, retail and business, split in half by the high-speed roadway. You can walk the neighborhood, but be careful to not become roadkill as you're crossing the major road.

East Quakertown: An urban mix of owners and renters, this neighborhood is mostly residential, with a little bit of light industrial and retail spots. Just a bit younger than the downtown area, this neighborhood is tightly packed, with 36% of the homes being row houses or attached homes. You'll definitely be thankful for the invention of the automobile, as this area isn't as walkable.

Living in Quakertown

Just to the east of Quakertown is Nockamixon State Park, a hugely popular destination for Quakertown residents throughout the year. Lake Nockamixon offers boating and fishing in the summer, and skating and ice fishing in the winter. Below the dam at the bottom of the lake, more adventurous residents can use the Tohickon Creek for whitewater rafting after heavy storms. Trigger happy residents are also welcome to the park, with about 3,000 acres set aside for hunting with turkey and white-tailed deer are the most common game animals. If you're too wiped out from a day of activities to head home, you can rent a cabin or stay overnight at the park's youth hostel.

What Quakertown lacks in diverse cuisine, it makes up for in the abundance of choices. The strip along Route 309 is stocked full of national chain restaurants serving standard American fare, and of course, more pizza shops than you can shake a fist at. That being said, you can still find good produce in the area, as the surrounding region has a good agricultural background. Those with a more DIY attitude can even rent a plot at the the nearby Richland Township Community Garden, and grow their own veggies!

Quakertown Alive! keeps the town hopping throughout the year, planning festivities and events. The spring event, Arts Alive!, brings out the whole town and brings in folks from throughout the area with wine tasting, arts and crafts, and entertainment. If you prefer a different sort of libation, just wait until late summer for the Upper Bucks Brew Fest, hosting craft brewers from Bucks County and beyond. They'll also keep you on your toes throughout the fall and winter with different Alive! events every year.

Aside from the previously mentioned Sine's, much of the shopping in the area is national chains and recognizable names, as the artisan community hasn't quite gotten kick-started yet. If you want some eclectic goods, head down to the Quakertown Farmers market, where you can get anything from musical instruments, to surplus army goods, to locally raised produce. Don't leave without grabbing one of Fleck's Sticky Buns, though - they alone make the trip worth it.

Living in Quakertown
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Just to the east of Quakertown is Nockamixon State Park, a hugely popular destination for Quakertown residents throughout the year. Lake Nockamixon offers boating and fishing in the summer, and skating and ice fishing in the winter. Below the dam at the bottom of the lake, more adventurous residents can use the Tohickon Creek for whitewater rafting after heavy storms. Trigger happy residents are also welcome to the park, with about 3,000 acres set aside for hunting with turkey and white-tailed deer are the most common game animals. If you're too wiped out from a day of activities to head home, you can rent a cabin or stay overnight at the park's youth hostel.

What Quakertown lacks in diverse cuisine, it makes up for in the abundance of choices. The strip along Route 309 is stocked full of national chain restaurants serving standard American fare, and of course, more pizza shops than you can shake a fist at. That being said, you can still find good produce in the area, as the surrounding region has a good agricultural background. Those with a more DIY attitude can even rent a plot at the the nearby Richland Township Community Garden, and grow their own veggies!

Quakertown Alive! keeps the town hopping throughout the year, planning festivities and events. The spring event, Arts Alive!, brings out the whole town and brings in folks from throughout the area with wine tasting, arts and crafts, and entertainment. If you prefer a different sort of libation, just wait until late summer for the Upper Bucks Brew Fest, hosting craft brewers from Bucks County and beyond. They'll also keep you on your toes throughout the fall and winter with different Alive! events every year.

Aside from the previously mentioned Sine's, much of the shopping in the area is national chains and recognizable names, as the artisan community hasn't quite gotten kick-started yet. If you want some eclectic goods, head down to the Quakertown Farmers market, where you can get anything from musical instruments, to surplus army goods, to locally raised produce. Don't leave without grabbing one of Fleck's Sticky Buns, though - they alone make the trip worth it.

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City Guide

Quakertown
Quakertown has been keeping history alive since our country's birth. The Red Lion Inn is where John Fries mounted a rebellion against taxes in 1799, something most Americans can still relate to!
Quakertown has been keeping history alive since our country's birth. The Red Lion Inn is where John Fries mounted a rebellion against taxes in 1799, something most Americans can still relate to!

You don't need to be a Quaker to move to Quakertown, a little borough of just over 8,900 residents in Upper Bucks County. It's a convenient place to live, bordering both the Delaware and Lehigh Valley metro areas, with easy access to Philadelphia, Allentown, and many of the other business centers of eastern Pennsylvania. It is a historic town, with roots going back over two centuries - and families that have called it home for just as long.

Moving to Quakertown

Have a Good Eye

Many of the houses in Quakertown are on the dated side - only 1% of them have been built in the current century. This means you'll need to thoroughly inspect every place you look at during your apartment search to make sure it isn't too drafty or outdated. Many landlords will update their amenities as needed, but don't be afraid to pass over places that seem a bit worn - with over half of the houses dating back to World War II or earlier, be prepared to inhabit history.

Be Prepared

Having the usual paperwork will make things go smoothly - make sure you have references and some pay stubs ready just in case they are requested. You'll also need a security deposit, usually two or three months' worth of rent. Bucks County as a whole can be fairly expensive with one of the highest average rents of any county in the state. However, Quakertown is near the bottom of the county in terms of average rent for a town. Even so, try filling that piggy bank before starting your search!

Get Going

You'll want to start your house hunt in Quakertown at least a month before you need to move. The convenience of the area makes it an enormously popular destination for folks who have to commute through the region, especially since it's easily accessible with four major highways and regional bus services passing through. Accessibility means competition from other renters, so you'll need a head start to be victorious.

Moving to Quakertown
+

Have a Good Eye

Many of the houses in Quakertown are on the dated side - only 1% of them have been built in the current century. This means you'll need to thoroughly inspect every place you look at during your apartment search to make sure it isn't too drafty or outdated. Many landlords will update their amenities as needed, but don't be afraid to pass over places that seem a bit worn - with over half of the houses dating back to World War II or earlier, be prepared to inhabit history.

Be Prepared

Having the usual paperwork will make things go smoothly - make sure you have references and some pay stubs ready just in case they are requested. You'll also need a security deposit, usually two or three months' worth of rent. Bucks County as a whole can be fairly expensive with one of the highest average rents of any county in the state. However, Quakertown is near the bottom of the county in terms of average rent for a town. Even so, try filling that piggy bank before starting your search!

Get Going

You'll want to start your house hunt in Quakertown at least a month before you need to move. The convenience of the area makes it an enormously popular destination for folks who have to commute through the region, especially since it's easily accessible with four major highways and regional bus services passing through. Accessibility means competition from other renters, so you'll need a head start to be victorious.

Neighborhoods of Quakertown

Quakertown is composed of roughly three main neighborhoods, albeit small ones. One of the beautiful things about living in Quakertown is that every area is historic and chalk full of history, so anywhere you pick will be steeped in tradition.

Borough Center: Full of historic houses and composed mainly of single family detached housing and town homes, you can find some apartment buildings here with two bedroom apartments or the odd 1 bedroom apartment for rent. It's a convenient neighborhood that is easy to walk with plenty of retail and leisure activities around, from grocery stores to shoe shops. One of the highlights of the downtown area is Sine's 5 & 10, a throwback 5 & 10 store complete with a soda fountain, and over a century of experience making people smile. Those of legal age looking for something on the bitter side can pop in for a beer at the Red Lion Inn.

West End: A bustling neighborhood centered around the Route 309 corridor, housing in this neighborhood is a mix of single-family homes and townhouses. It's a mix of residential, retail and business, split in half by the high-speed roadway. You can walk the neighborhood, but be careful to not become roadkill as you're crossing the major road.

East Quakertown: An urban mix of owners and renters, this neighborhood is mostly residential, with a little bit of light industrial and retail spots. Just a bit younger than the downtown area, this neighborhood is tightly packed, with 36% of the homes being row houses or attached homes. You'll definitely be thankful for the invention of the automobile, as this area isn't as walkable.

Neighborhoods of Quakertown
+

Quakertown is composed of roughly three main neighborhoods, albeit small ones. One of the beautiful things about living in Quakertown is that every area is historic and chalk full of history, so anywhere you pick will be steeped in tradition.

Borough Center: Full of historic houses and composed mainly of single family detached housing and town homes, you can find some apartment buildings here with two bedroom apartments or the odd 1 bedroom apartment for rent. It's a convenient neighborhood that is easy to walk with plenty of retail and leisure activities around, from grocery stores to shoe shops. One of the highlights of the downtown area is Sine's 5 & 10, a throwback 5 & 10 store complete with a soda fountain, and over a century of experience making people smile. Those of legal age looking for something on the bitter side can pop in for a beer at the Red Lion Inn.

West End: A bustling neighborhood centered around the Route 309 corridor, housing in this neighborhood is a mix of single-family homes and townhouses. It's a mix of residential, retail and business, split in half by the high-speed roadway. You can walk the neighborhood, but be careful to not become roadkill as you're crossing the major road.

East Quakertown: An urban mix of owners and renters, this neighborhood is mostly residential, with a little bit of light industrial and retail spots. Just a bit younger than the downtown area, this neighborhood is tightly packed, with 36% of the homes being row houses or attached homes. You'll definitely be thankful for the invention of the automobile, as this area isn't as walkable.

Living in Quakertown

Just to the east of Quakertown is Nockamixon State Park, a hugely popular destination for Quakertown residents throughout the year. Lake Nockamixon offers boating and fishing in the summer, and skating and ice fishing in the winter. Below the dam at the bottom of the lake, more adventurous residents can use the Tohickon Creek for whitewater rafting after heavy storms. Trigger happy residents are also welcome to the park, with about 3,000 acres set aside for hunting with turkey and white-tailed deer are the most common game animals. If you're too wiped out from a day of activities to head home, you can rent a cabin or stay overnight at the park's youth hostel.

What Quakertown lacks in diverse cuisine, it makes up for in the abundance of choices. The strip along Route 309 is stocked full of national chain restaurants serving standard American fare, and of course, more pizza shops than you can shake a fist at. That being said, you can still find good produce in the area, as the surrounding region has a good agricultural background. Those with a more DIY attitude can even rent a plot at the the nearby Richland Township Community Garden, and grow their own veggies!

Quakertown Alive! keeps the town hopping throughout the year, planning festivities and events. The spring event, Arts Alive!, brings out the whole town and brings in folks from throughout the area with wine tasting, arts and crafts, and entertainment. If you prefer a different sort of libation, just wait until late summer for the Upper Bucks Brew Fest, hosting craft brewers from Bucks County and beyond. They'll also keep you on your toes throughout the fall and winter with different Alive! events every year.

Aside from the previously mentioned Sine's, much of the shopping in the area is national chains and recognizable names, as the artisan community hasn't quite gotten kick-started yet. If you want some eclectic goods, head down to the Quakertown Farmers market, where you can get anything from musical instruments, to surplus army goods, to locally raised produce. Don't leave without grabbing one of Fleck's Sticky Buns, though - they alone make the trip worth it.

Living in Quakertown
+

Just to the east of Quakertown is Nockamixon State Park, a hugely popular destination for Quakertown residents throughout the year. Lake Nockamixon offers boating and fishing in the summer, and skating and ice fishing in the winter. Below the dam at the bottom of the lake, more adventurous residents can use the Tohickon Creek for whitewater rafting after heavy storms. Trigger happy residents are also welcome to the park, with about 3,000 acres set aside for hunting with turkey and white-tailed deer are the most common game animals. If you're too wiped out from a day of activities to head home, you can rent a cabin or stay overnight at the park's youth hostel.

What Quakertown lacks in diverse cuisine, it makes up for in the abundance of choices. The strip along Route 309 is stocked full of national chain restaurants serving standard American fare, and of course, more pizza shops than you can shake a fist at. That being said, you can still find good produce in the area, as the surrounding region has a good agricultural background. Those with a more DIY attitude can even rent a plot at the the nearby Richland Township Community Garden, and grow their own veggies!

Quakertown Alive! keeps the town hopping throughout the year, planning festivities and events. The spring event, Arts Alive!, brings out the whole town and brings in folks from throughout the area with wine tasting, arts and crafts, and entertainment. If you prefer a different sort of libation, just wait until late summer for the Upper Bucks Brew Fest, hosting craft brewers from Bucks County and beyond. They'll also keep you on your toes throughout the fall and winter with different Alive! events every year.

Aside from the previously mentioned Sine's, much of the shopping in the area is national chains and recognizable names, as the artisan community hasn't quite gotten kick-started yet. If you want some eclectic goods, head down to the Quakertown Farmers market, where you can get anything from musical instruments, to surplus army goods, to locally raised produce. Don't leave without grabbing one of Fleck's Sticky Buns, though - they alone make the trip worth it.