Frog Hollow Farm

Address: 401 Frogtown Road, Kintnersville, PA 18930    Reservation Line: 610.847.FROG (3764)

Attractions

Bucks County sunset

Welcome to bucolic upper Bucks County, where stone farmhouses, bank barns and wooden bridges still dot the rolling countryside. Here, it’s still more common to see a convoy of wild turkey or a family of deer cross a country backroad than it is to see a cavalcade of chain restaurants and nondescript convenience stores on a major highway.

Bucks county farmscapeWe’re so fortunate that our region remains as rich in culture and history as it is in seasonal changes and vibrant hues. Regardless how you choose to enjoy our special area, you’ll discover what—decades ago—countless writers, artists, musicians and playwrights experienced that made them want to stay here and thrive creatively. We welcome you to their retreat.

What follows is a grouped sampling of some of our region’s more unique attractions, which is by no means complete. For more extensive coverage and an up-to-date calendar of events, we strongly encourage you to visit the official site of the Bucks County Conference and Visitors Bureau.

 

What our guests are saying…

Easter arrives wrapped in the splendor of springtime. Wishing you all the beauty springtime in upper Bucks County is famous for. —Ruth & Richard

We two Georgians got an introduction to life in Bucks County—an area we’ve known of and read about, and now have visited. —Herbert & Bettie

What a wonderful time to visit Bucks County when we were readying for winter back home in Alaska! Having this extra touch of fall weather is a real treat! What a perfect getaway! —Elliote & Mercy D.

The brief stay reminded me of the importance of peaceful surroundings and the restorative properties of nature. —Denise H.

The upper Bucks area was spectacular…don’t forget to bring a hammer to Ringing Rocks Park. —Gregory & Relizabeth B.

What a nice change of pace from the city. —Tim & Blair

Would highly recommend Frog Hollow as a place to relax and enjoy an environment that is fast disappearing from much of the region. —Phil & Sharon Birk