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Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

Paddlers slip down the river between low forested mountains; anglers wade the trout streams; hikers scan the valley from the ridge or peer into the 1000-foot-deep Water Gap. The valley has known human hand and voice for 10,000 years. Floodplains nourished the Native farmer; waterfalls drew the Victorian vacationer. Today, a 70,000-acre park welcomes those who seek the outdoors close to home.

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Raymondskill Falls

Raymondskill Falls is the tallest waterfall in the state. With two viewing platforms: one near the head of the falls, and one at a large step that divides the upper two drops from the lower. The trail leading to the top of the falls is dramatic as the water cuts through the escarpment. The trail comes out to Raymondskill Road. Across the road a trail continues up the creek to Hackers falls. Hiking available. Located off Rt. 209, 2.5 miles south of Milford.

  • Info at Dingmans Falls Visitor Center: 224 Dingmans Fall Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
  • Phone: (570) 828-2253

Dingmans Falls

Dingmans Falls is the second highest waterfall in the state, with a plunge of 130 feet. Visitors are led to the waterfalls via boardwalk, making it accessible for all ages.

  • Info at Dingmans Falls Visitor Center: 224 Dingmans Fall Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
  • Phone: (570) 828-2253
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Hackers Falls

Hackers Falls is located just above the back entrance to Cliff Park Inn on the same side of Milford Road. The falls can be accessed after a short walk through a woodsy trail.

  • Info at Dingmans Falls Visitor Center: 224 Dingmans Fall Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
  • Phone: (570) 828-2253

George W. Childs Park

The George W. Childs Recreation Site is a state park that is the site of a number of cascade waterfalls along Dingmans Creek. This is a quaint park that part of the Delaware Water gap National Recreational area.

  • Info at Dingmans Falls Visitor Center: 224 Dingmans Fall Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
  • Phone: (570) 828-2253

Kittatinny Canoes

Play for a day or stay over, Kittatinny Canoes offers outdoor adventures for everyone who wants to experience the Delaware River and all it has to offer. Your Delaware River canoeing, kayak, raft, tube, zip, paintball, and camping adventures are a phone call away. Our area offers diverse seasons, an abundance of wildlife, one of the cleanest free-flowing rivers, and amazing scenery, all truly unique.

  • 378 Routes 6 & 209 - Milford, PA 18337
  • (570) 296-6030
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The Columns Museum

  • 608 Broad Street - Milford, PA 18337
  • (570) 296-8126
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Grey Towers National Historic Site

Grey Towers, located in Milford, Pennsylvania, was originally the summer estate of the James Pinchot family and later the primary home of Gifford Pinchot, America´s first forester and founder of the USDA Forest Service.

  • 151 Grey Towers, Milford, PA
  • (570) 296-9630
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Shawnee Mountain Ski Area

  • 401 Hollow Rd, East Stroudsburg, PA
  • (570) 421-7231
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Camelback Mountain Resort

Skiing, waterpark and more

  • 1 Camelback Rd, Tannersville, PA
  • (570) 629-1661
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Milford Beach

Camp Speers YMCA

The mission of Camp Speers-Eljabar YMCA is to serve a diverse community and to build spirit, mind, and body through a unique combination of Summer Camp, Outdoor Education, Conference and Local Community Programs. Our goal is that each camper and program participant leaves our camp a better person than when they arrived, and campers are set on the path to do the right things and contribute to a better world as they continue to grow.

  • 143 Nichecronk Road - Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
  • Phone: (570) 828-2329
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Pocono Pony

Splash, Bike, Hike and Ride your way down the Delaware River - Free canoe, kayak and bicycle portage service from Delaware Water Gap Borough all the way to Milford Beach Access.

  • 351 Milford Beach, Milford, PA 18337
  • Phone: (570) 426-2452
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Pocono Environmental Education Center

The Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), advances environmental education, sustainable living, and appreciation for nature through hands-on experience in a national park.

  • 538 Emery Road - Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
  • Phone: (570) 828-2319
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Friends of Marie Zimmermann

  • PO Box 142 - Milford, PA 18337
  • (570) 296-6753
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Costa's Family Fun Park

Costa's Family Fun Park is operated by Recreation Management Corporation and offers bumper boats, go karts, miniature golf, water slides, laser tag, a golf driving range, batting cages, an arcade, dining, Hershey's ice cream and more during the summer months. Experience more choice and flexibility with our wristband package.

  • 2111 Route 6 - Hawley, PA 18428
  • (570) 226-8585
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Delaware Highlands Conservancy Eagle Institute

The Delaware Highlands Conservancy Eagle Institute is a nonprofit organization conserving our natural heritage and quality of life in partnership with landowners and the communities of the Upper Delaware region.

  • 176 Scenic Drive, Lackawaxen, PA 18435
  • Phone:(570) 685-5960
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Shohola Falls Trail

Going east on Rt. 6 from 434 and Well Road (roughly midway between there and the Shohola Falls Trails End entrance, 2 miles either way), is the turn-in to the paved parking area of State Game Land #180.

  • Route 6, Shohola PA 18458
  • Phone:(570) 675-1143
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Bushkill Falls

The "Niagara of Pennsylvania", Bushkill Falls is among the Keystone State's most famous scenic attractions. This unique series of eight waterfalls, nestled deep in the wooded Pocono Mountains, is accessible through an excellent network of hiking trails and bridges.

  • Route 209, Bushkill PA 18324
  • Phone: (570) 588-6682
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Shohola Recreation Area

The Pennsylvania State Game Commission’s Shohola Recreation Area is a great place to spot bald eagles and other rare wildlife.

  • Route 6, Shohola, PA 18458
  • Phone:(570) 675-1143
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Hawley Walking Trails

A pristine two-mile walk begins at the perimeter of Bingham Park, proceeding beside Lackawaxen River through the Riverside Park Natural Area, and continuing past the historic buildings and shops of Church Street and Main Ave.

  • Route 6 Hawley, PA 18428
  • Phone:(570) 226-3191
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Walking Tours of Historic Milford

Self-guided tour of the Milford historic district that dates back to 1733. Strolling these tree-lined streets fills you with peace, beauty, and a touch of nostalgia.

  • Harford and Broad Streets Milford, PA 18337
  • Phone:(570) 226-3191
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Kittatinny Canoes

Canoeing, rafting, kayaking, tubing in the Delaware River. Paintball and campgrounds. Monthly "Learn to Kayak" days. Kittatiny Canoes has even riverfront locations.

  • 378 Routes 6 & 209 - Milford, PA 18337
  • Phone:(570) 296-6030
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Lake Wallenpaupack

Lake Wallenpaupack is a man-made lake built in 1927 by the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company for hydroelectric power. The lake has huge dimensions - 5,700 acres, 13 ½ miles long with 52 miles of shoreline. The lake has six recreation areas featuring hundreds of acres of forest lands, wildlife, walking trails, campsites and boat slips. The original survey of the lake region shows that there was a 12,150 acre parcel of land that was transferred from the William Penn Estate to James Wilson.

Wallenpaupack Bowling Center

  • 15 Bowling Center Ln, Hawley, PA
  • (570) 226-8499
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Claws 'n' Paws Wild Animal Park

  • 1475 Ledgedale Rd, Lake Ariel, PA
  • (570) 698-6154
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Majestic Cinemas 7

  • 111 Hulst Drive - Matamoras, PA 18336
  • (570) 491-2900
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Milford Theater

  • 114 East Catherine Street - Milford, PA 18337
  • (570) 409-1278


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