Fry's Run Park
Fry's Run Park provides an access point to Delaware Canal State Park and the D&L Trail and features a small picnic area. The park features the historic M. Opp Bridge, which is a stone arch bridge over Fry's Run built in 1824 and a National Register of Historic Places Eligible site; it is likley the oldest bridge in Northampton County.
Location: Williams Township
Open: Sunrise to sunset.
Activities: Picnicking, fishing, birdwatching.
Amenities: Picnic tables, multipurpose field, scenic observation deck overlooking Fry's Run. No restrooms.
Watershed: Fry's Run
Directions: Royal Manor Road at the intersection of Route 611
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 40.6194710 Longitude: -75.2036228
Area: 4.8 acres
Owned by: Northampton County
Pets: Must be on a leash less than 6 feet in length.
Environmental Features: Streamside woodlands; planted riparian buffer with educational sign; Fry's Run; located in the Fry's Run, Delaware River and Pennsylvania Highlands Greenways and the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and the Lower Delaware Wild & Scenic River Corridor.
Future Plans: Improve ADA Access, develop and install interpretive signage about historic stone arch bridge and trolley line.