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This is nice unique outdoor space. It's a small park so it quickly gets crowded but if you can snag a spot on a hammock or grassy area, it can be great for kids and families. Food is cheap and on the day we were...More
I have been to SSHP a few times, and I’m often underwhelmed. It seems, though, that I end up going at the most crowded times. There is a lot to offer, but if you are waiting for a hammock, a water-side lounge area, or a...More
They set this up as a little boardwalk in the city, Lots to do in a 3 block area, Lots of food. We enjoyed the ice cream, Chicken in a Waffle cone, the breeze on a 100 degree day. It was great we will return...More
Loved the hammocks, Adirondack chairs, and food stalls! Hip City Veg was AMAZING and we got vegan Philly cheese fries that were absolutely to die for. We brought our dog with us, got some food, walked around, had a drink. The drinks were ok, but...More
Went with family members to check it out with our 2 yo granddaughter. The weather was threatening so it was fairly vacant. Not a lot to do but there was blocks and legos for the kids and corn hole for the adults. Nice view of...More
We mostly go down when they are having an event (Live Music). It’s nice to grab some food from one of the vendors, some rosé or margarita (you can do beer lol), and sit anywhere and chill.
Never sat in the hammocks cause one, they...More
Lots of shade a cold beer on a hot day. Plenty of places to sit though no hammocks were vacated while we were there. FInally Philly is correcting their Waterfront development missteps of years past. Bravo!
The harbor park is all outdoors. You can walk along the river to the first pier, then to Columbus Blvd to get to the Cherry Street pier which is indoors with food, drinks, ice cream and local art studios.