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Riverstone 1730 Kuhlken Photographers view of the Delaware River


Bucks County teems with year-round sightseeing, dining, shopping, and recreational activities. Experience  New Hope, Lambertville, Frenchtown, Stockton, Milford, and Riegelsville, or discover your own special place. Bucks County offers something for everyone!


Make Riverstone 1730 your 

Lifetime Destination

Imagine your wedding on the exceptionally scenic Delaware River with your family, and friends. 

  • Pre-Wedding Bridal Shower

  • Bridal Party Wedding Accommodations

  • Batchelorette Party

  • Wedding Day - Glam with your Bridesmaids

  • "First Look" on your private dock

  • Stay for your Honeymoon

  • Return for your Anniversaries

In addition to hosting micro weddings at Riverstone, we have partnered with the following local 5 star wedding venues for  "Your Day"

Biplane Tours at Van Sant Airport

There was a time when flying meant an open cockpit airplane. Pilots and passengers alike were in intimate contact with the airplane and the air it flew through. It was a magical time, accented by an equally magical experience. For the most part, those days are gone. But luckily they're not gone entirely.  

In the Eastern United States, there is a brand new time machine that can take even the most cynical, jaded techno junkie to those days. Even if only for a brief visit, as a passenger in the finest tradition of the barnstormers of the golden age of aviation. The time machine is in the form of a 1928 Travel Air biplane. Taking the name of its twin-engine big brother, a 1946 Beech D-18-S, The Bird Of Paradise has undergone a three-year complete restoration that has breathed new life into an airplane that was a classic even when it was brand new.   

The Travel Air was designed with passenger service in mind. The front cockpit, which has basic instrumentation in the panel, was built for two average-size passengers. Extra-large passengers may be surprised to find that they are in roomy, comfortable surroundings when they fly alone in the front seat.

Biplane Tours at Van Sant Airport
Explore The Rivertowns

Explore The Rivertowns

The bucolic River Town of Milford, NJ, is just a short walk across the bridge featuring antique shops, Descendants Brewing Company, The PotagerCanal House Cafe and restaurantChocolate in the Oven, and other casual dining establishments. In addition, the sister River Towns of Riegelsville, Frenchtown, Lumberville, Stockton, Lambertville, and  New Hope are all within a 25-minute drive and offer wonderful festivals, shopping, sightseeing, and dining choices. 

Enjoy Hiking the Delaware Canal 

The Delaware Canal State Park is part of our local history and is one attraction not to be missed. After many years of investments, the walking trail along the Delaware River is ready for you and your party. 

Make it your destination after breakfast or even as an evening stroll without traffic just nature at its finest. Perfect for all ages.

Local Wineries Beckon

Local Wineries & Breweries Beckon

Several excellent wineries and brewery are located within a 15-minute drive and offer excellent wine tasting events

Arts & Antiques Abound

Antique shops and art galleries are dusted along the Delaware within a few minutes' drive ... take home a piece of history.

Stover Mill Gallery:


Allens Antiques:

49 Bridge St, Milford, NJ 08848

Chelsea Forge Antiques, Finesville, NJ

Allen's Antiques, Riegelsville, PA.

Arts & Antiques Abound
Take in a Polo Match 

Take in a Polo Match 

Tinicum Park is a 10-minute drive from Riverstone 1730, a place to enjoy the "Sport of Kings." Bring a picnic and enjoy a tailgate party on the sidelines or come sit in the tent and chairs for the general public.


"What a perfect Saturday afternoon".


Contact us for suggestions to cater your picnic lunch!

Fun, Romantic, Highly Recommended
fine dining, and local favorites!

(in alphabetical order), Click on the name of the establishment for more information.

Bobolink Meats, Cheese and Bread
Black Bass Wine in front of Window on the Delaware River
Golden Pleasant Inn
Descendants Beer Menu
Canal House Station
Skillet Cornbread
Frenchtown Inn
Homestead Roasters on the Canal
Phillips Farm Market
Mad Lavender Farm
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