Palmyra Cove Nature Park (PCNP) is a 250-acre urban oasis along a highly developed area on the Delaware River. Habitats include wetlands, woodlands, meadows, wild creek and river shoreline, and a freshwater Tidal Cove after which the park is named.
The Institute for Earth Observations at Palmyra Cove is a STEM educational initiative for students and teachers that studies Planet Earth. This is a unique and engaging facility where experiences can be shared…and innovative collaboration begins!
Outdoor Nature Park: Dawn to Dusk Daily Admission: Free. All Visitors are expected to comply with Park Rules & Regulations
Palmyra Cove Nature Park’s 250 acres comprise upland forest, meadows, and wetlands,
including the 125-acre freshwater tidal cove after which the park is named.
BIRDS & OTHER WILDLIFE
Palmyra Cove Nature Park/Institute for Earth Observations has earned the distinction of being designated an Important Bird and Birding Area (IBBA), with 215 bird species being observed in the park so far. Other wildlife, including butterflies and dragonflies, are attracted to the park’s diverse habitats as well.