Cliff Park Golf Course is a championship-length golf course in Milford since 1913. Play a round of its popular night golf, featuring glow-in-the-dark golf balls, or walk the 9 holes. Relatives of President James Buchanan owned this land until 2002 when it was gifted to the Delaware Gap National Recreational Area. Rates are affordable, which makes this course a family favorite.
The “Cliff Park” is a championship-length 9-hole, par 35, 3115 yards public golf course that is perfect for the novice or the seasoned veteran. It’s a nice course with a friendly staff.
Although riding carts are available, many golfers prefer to walk. With no homes encroaching on the fairways, this golf course is laid out for the best enjoyment of Pocono Mountains golf among the scenic and natural beauty of the Delaware Water Gap National Park.
Those who take the Trail from the Pond at Cliff Park to the Cliffs will follow in the footsteps of some famous people, as these rugged cliffs were used as stand-ins for Wild West and silent cowboy movies. The flamboyant Tom Mix made cowboy movies here, and silent film stars. Walter Miller and Mary Pickford once stood on these cliffs in making the film The Informer, released in 1912.
Open daily 7 am ’til 6 pm.