From an adult's perspective, Dtown is a great place to live, work, hang-out. Nice restaurants, nice parks, nice shops, nice homes, nice people! The teens are great, the school's have a lot going for them. Most teens I know do a lot of volunteer work in the community and are proud of it. I'm glad to know many great, self-less, educated and well-rounded teens in this community. This is something Dtown can be proud of!
Doylestown, home of the "nice" people.
One of the nicest towns to raise kids. Most of the so-called "spoiled children" of Dtown are being raised by stay-at-home mothers who are former professionals in medicine, law, business, etc. We have a community with much to offer families and kids of all ages in terms of culture, education and social activities. We have wonderful museums, parks programs, swimming clubs, sports leagues, lakes, rivers, playgrounds and cultural events. Kids who grow up here have a charmed life in a good sense. Don't let the few bad apples spoil the picture. Where else can you find a 20-million dollar state of the art Mercedes-Benz dealership, a few hundred feet from a well-hidden K-mart and dollar store? BTW, the castle-like opulent, Mercedes dealer has a fiber-glass mule dressed as a construction worker parked outside the front entrance. Too cool!
let's go to First Friday, hear the bands at Star Park.
love the Doylestown Bookshop
Kids love the Japanese, "Iron chef"-style cooking at OOKA's
Fanny Chapman swim club