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Directions to Eagles training camp

July 27, 2009 9:56:36 AM PDT
If you want to see the Eagles in person, here's how to get there:

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From Center City:

  • Take 76 West to 476 North (Blue Route).
  • Take 476 North to PA Turnpike/Northeast Extension. Take PA Turnpike's Northeast Extension to Quakertown Exit.
  • After taking Quakertown Exit, turn left onto Route 663 and proceed 3.5 miles.
  • Turn left onto Route 309 in Quakertown. (Get the latest information on construction along Route 309)
  • Traveling north on 309 to Center Valley, bear right at fork onto Route 378 North (to Bethlehem).
  • Once on Route 378 proceed approximately two miles to Saucon Valley Road.
  • Turn right onto Saucon Valley Road and follow to end.
  • Turn left onto Bingen Road and travel approximately one mile (look for blue sign that reads "Goodman Campus").
  • At the intersection, cross over to stop sign.
  • Then go straight onto Mountain Drive South and Goodman Campus is on the right.

From Points South of Philadelphia:

  • Take I-95 North to Route 476
  • Take 476 North to PA Turnpike/Northeast Extension.
  • Take PA Turnpike's Northeast Extension to Quakertown Exit.
  • After taking Quakertown Exit, turn left onto Route 663 and proceed 3.5 miles.
  • Turn left onto Route 309 in Quakertown. (Get the latest information on construction along Route 309)
  • Traveling north on 309 to Center Valley, bear right at fork onto Route 378 North (to Bethlehem).
  • Once on Route 378 proceed approximately two miles to Saucon Valley Road.
  • Turn right onto Saucon Valley Road and follow to end.
  • Turn left onto Bingen Road and travel approximately one mile (look for blue sign that reads "Goodman Campus").
  • At the intersection, cross over to stop sign.
  • Then go straight onto Mountain Drive South and Goodman Campus is on the right.

From New Jersey:

  • Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 6 heading west toward Pennsylvania; road becomes the PA Turnpike.
  • Take the PA Turnpike's Northeast Extension north to Quakertown Exit.
  • After taking Quakertown Exit, turn left onto Route 663 and proceed 3.5 miles.
  • Turn left onto Route 309 in Quakertown. (Get the latest information on construction along Route 309)
  • Traveling north on 309 to Center Valley, bear right at fork onto Route 378 North (to Bethlehem).
  • Once on Route 378 proceed approximately two miles to Saucon Valley Road.
  • Turn right onto Saucon Valley Road and follow to end.
  • Turn left onto Bingen Road and travel approximately one mile (look for blue sign that reads "Goodman Campus").
  • At the intersection, cross over to stop sign.
  • Then go straight onto Mountain Drive South and Goodman Campus is on the right.

From Points North of Bethlehem:

  • Take Route 322 to the main Bethlehem exit (Route 378).
  • Route 378 heads only south; continue for 3.6 miles and cross over the bridge over the Lehigh River.
  • After crossing bridge stay on Route 378 South and continue over the top of the mountain.
  • At the top of the mountain there is a light and a gasoline station is on your left.
  • Proceed to the next light and turn left onto Seidersville Road.
  • Continue until the road forks; bear right at fork.
  • Follow to stop sign and turn left onto Mountain Drive South.
  • Continue for 1/2 mile and Goodman Campus is on right.

From Points East and West of Bethlehem:

  • Motorists coming from I-78 should use the Hellertown exit (Exit 67).
  • At the exit turn onto 412 South and continue to third traffic light (look for blue sign that reads "Lehigh University")
  • Make a right onto Water Street (becomes Friedensville Road)
  • Ttravel a half-mile to traffic island (look for blue sign)
  • Bear right onto Mountain Drive South and the entrance to Murray H. Goodman Campus is on the right.

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