How did Dark Hollow in Pennsylvania get it’s name? This page provides a brief history about Dark Hollow in Pennsylvania, the people who settled on it, and the industry rising around it.
A name given to a sharp bend in Neshaminy Creek and its accompanying high steep banks, forming a depression in the valley, about a mile and three-quarters east of Jamison and about the same distance south of Mozart. The creek at this point forms part of the boundary line between Warwick and Buckingham Townships. In former years the “hollow” was deeply shaded with hemlock, hence the name Dark Hollow. It was a favorite site in summer for camping, fishing and picnic parties, and in winter for skating parties. The site of the abandoned ford on Dark Hollow Road is now occupied by an iron and wooden bridge.
Source: MacReynolds, George. Place Names in Bucks County Pennsylvania, 2nd Edition. Doylestown, PA: The Bucks County Historical Society, 1955.