Funding Secured For Redesign of Tacony Boat Launch

Riverfront North Partnership is excited to announce an upcoming redesign of the Tacony Boat Launch, made possible with support totaling $232,000 from the Pennsylvania Coastal Zone Management and Commonwealth Finance Authority programs.

The Tacony Boat Launch (5100 Princeton Ave) is an underutilized riverfront park that will be designed with the community as a trailhead for pedestrians, bicyclists, and non-motorized boats. The park will connect to Lardner’s Point Park via the K&T Trail extension, a new segment slotted to break ground in 2020.  To its north, the park will be an anchor for the planned Tacony-Holmesburg trail, linking to regional trails at Pennypack on the Delaware. The RFP for this project will be released in early 2020.


Concept Drawing of the Tacony Boat Launch

About Riverfront North Partnership

Riverfront North Partnership, a charitable nonprofit organization, is dedicated to building an 11-mile linear network of parks and trails along the Delaware River from Allegheny Avenue in Port Richmond to the Poquessing Creek in Torresdale. Riverfront North Partnership is committed to activating these green spaces with a variety community programming and rejuvenating them with year-long volunteer and stewardship activities. Riverfront North is part of the Circuit Trails, comprised of 300 miles of completed trails with the goal of a 750-mile network of bicycle and pedestrian trails in the Greater Philadelphia Region and the East Coast Greenway.  For more information on Riverfront North Partnership’s past and current projects, please visit, call us at 215-425-8350 or follow us on social media: @riverfrontnorth.

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