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Park on the water - in the summer there are food and beer trucks, hammocks and music!
Fun place for entire family. fast food and fun. Also, beer garden. Games for the kids.
The Spruce Street Harbor Park is an urban beach located in Penn's Landing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Open during the summer, the place features a boardwalk along the Delaware River with a beachfront atmosphere. The park's features include a beachfront with a boardwalk along the Delaware River…
During the summer months, the Spruce Street Harbor Park is an awesome place to have a drink while lounging in a hammock. Relax under the colorfully lit trees in the park by the water. There are some decent choices for quick bites as well.
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