Tacony Creek Park (TCP) is a Philadelphia watershed park along the Tacony Creek featuring 300 acres of streamside and woodland park habitat in the urban landscape of lower Northeast Philadelphia. We offer free recurring programs on the trail, so stay tuned and bring a friend!
Tacony Creek Park (TCP) es un parque de Filadelfia a lo largo de la quebrada Tacony Creek que cuenta con 300 acres de hábitat boscoso junto a arroyos en el paisaje urbano del noreste de Filadelfia. Ofrecemos programas recurrentes gratuitos en el camino, ¡así que esté pendiente y trae un amigo!
Tacony Creek Park News
The River Alive! Learning Trail has its last FREE field trip of 2023 to the Independence Seaport Museum on Sunday, December 17. TTF está contento en proveer la última gira GRATIS de 2023 al Museo del Puerto de Independencia el domingo, 17 de diciembre. Register here | Regístrese aquí.
JOB POSTING: Philadelphia Stewardship AssistantTookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership Organizational Background The Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership (TTF) is seeking a Philadelphia Stewardship Assistant (PSA) to support the improvement and maintenance of Tacony Creek Park as well as Green Stormwater Infrastructure sites located within the TTF watershed in Philadelphia. TTF connects our watershed residents and communities to their creeks. […]
By Rae Kruger, River Alive! Learning Trail Ambassador The second summer at our Learning Trail was busy with families joining us for weekly drop-in hours. They enjoyed the Seek & Find activities about each animal in the installation. The most curious children would find the QR codes and listen to the songs at each of the six animal statues, written […]
The 3rd Annual Tacony Creek Park Music and Arts Fest was another success! Hosted in partnership with Olney Culture Lab of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia, 226 adults and children gathered at the Thomas K. Finletter School on Saturday, October 7 from 1-5pm to kick-off the Fall Season with music, craft activities, and community resources. We work with […]
Left to right: Daniel Bhaumik, Kevin Malley, Kirsten Brown, and Martin Williams of ASCE Philadelphia Younger Members Forum, Volunteer Leader Awardee, Julie Slavet, TTF Watershed Partnership Executive Director, Ryan Neuman, TTF Upstream Conservation Leader Contact: Julie Slavet, Executive Director FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Phone: (215) 380-5380 […]