Plan Your Visit

We know that some of you are traveling quite a distance to pick up your puppy on your litter’s scheduled take home date. We would like to provide you with a few recommendations if you want to further enjoy your visit to Bucks County. Whenever we visit somewhere new, we like to know what the locals recommend – so here are a few of our favorites: 

 

Please Note: Crossfield Doodles is not a kennel or individual pet boarding service or business.  Visiting is done by appointment or scheduled litter home going only.

 

Family Owned Farm

Necessity Farm & Dairy

  • This is just hand-down the most fun place to visit a real working farm.  There are sheep, goats, rabbits, chickens, cows, and a few miscellaneous other ornamental pets wandering around.  Farmer Steve welcomes all guests to wander, pet, and just enjoy the farm at will.  

  • Fresh, GMO-free, free-range, grass fed products for sale.  If you are looking for a source of great meats/dairy/soups/broths/honey/eggs, this is a great place!  https://necessityfarms.com/eats-more/

  • Located 12 minutes to our West

Local Dining Establishments

If you want to grab breakfast, lunch or brunch we heartily recommend one of these LOCAL farm-to-table casual dining establishments.  We have never had anything at either that I didn’t like!  It’s just excellent food and ample portions.

 

Brig O Doon Coffee House

  • Located 20 minutes to our Northwest

Karlton Cafe

  • Located 5-7 minutes in the heart of Quakertown to our North

Ice Cream

Ice cream isn’t just a want, right? Good, local ice cream is a NEED!

 

Rosemarie’s Italian Water Ice

  • Located 5-7 minutes in the heart of Quakertown to our North

Owow Cow Creamery

  • Located 20 minutes to our Northwest
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Hike & Explore

If you want to hike a bit, or explore the woods & trails, we would recommend the following:

 

Lake Nockamixon

  • Lake Nockamixon is a reservoir in southeastern Pennsylvania, United States, and the largest lake in Bucks County.

Peace Valley Park

  • Peace Valley Park is a 1,500 acre park located near Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
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