Welcome to Broslin Creek




Broslin Creek is beautifully situated in southeastern Pennsylvania, nestled by the namesake creek that eventually feeds into the mighty Delaware River. Surrounded by lush forests of hickory, birch, cherry, oak and pine (to name a few), Broslin Creek provides residents and visitors with a peaceful setting ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, yet it’s just over an hour’s drive to Philadelphia.




The Broslin Creek downtown is charming and very family friendly. Stroll along the Main Street sidewalks lined with brick pavers, enjoy free summer concerts at the Pavilion in the Town Park, shop in the charming boutiques and art galleries, and enjoy the many hiking trails surrounding the town. If you’re feeling more adventurous, why not rent camping gear and spend some time in the nearby state forests?





For local flavor, stop in at the Main Street Diner for delicious locally baked treats, or browse the Broslin Art Gallery to see nationally recognized artworks from talented Broslin residents like Ashley Price Sullivan. Don’t forget to pack a blanket and enjoy free family movies every Friday night at the Pavilion in the Town Park, or plan a visit to our annual Mushroom Festival, held the second Saturday of September. Don’t forget winter fun – snowshoe hikes, the annual Girlfriend’s Getaway, and cross-country skiing on our fabulous hiking trails.















Broslin Creek was originally home to many Native American tribes, including the Erie, Huron and Iroquois. The Europeans settled here in 1712, eventually naming the town and the nearby creek after local citizen William Thomas Broslin, a lieutenant under General George Washington during the Revolutionary War.