- A darling old-fashioned resort since 1911. 250 acres of private property and a river runs through it. 27-hole golf course, skiing, boating.Recreated 19th-century village. Catch a glimpse of history. There are special events throughout the year, and on summer weekends, several buildings are open to the public.1800s B&B in center of charming village 2 blocks from Delaware River. Private baths, comfortable beds, free breakfast. Edge of the DWGNRA.Great for kids. Highest falls in PA, only a few feet shorter than Niagra Falls. Short hike, fairly steep in places, boardwalk along 70%. Come early on weekends, wear comfy shoes.One of the largest antiques/collectibles multi-dealer shops in the Northeast. 45 dealers, 2 buildings in old lumberyard filled with 18th, 19th, 20th century goods.2nd highest waterfall in PA. Boardwalk trail, 2 waterfalls. Hemlock, rhododendron, birds, wildlife. Visitor center.32 miles point-to-point. The trail offers miles of easy to moderate hiking, thanks to its crushed gravel surface. Not crowded. Free weekend shuttle service.Tiny, friendly, Peruvian restaurant. Authentic cuisine in a bright cheerful dining room. Owned & operated by the same family as New York Times reviewed Llamas Ice Cream directly next door.Hotel/ corporate meeting facility. 80 guest suites and rooms and 26 cottage-style accommodations. Directly across the road from Bushkill Falls.Small, friendly shop with a well-curated inventory of quality outdoor gear. Expert advice from the folks who run Edge of the Woods Outfitters river trips.General store on Lake Pickerel since 1936. Gas station, convenience store, bait shop, and deli. Decent sandwiches, including a good breakfast sandwich.Basic budget hotel in Delaware Water Gap, a town that doesn’t have many options. New owners in 2020 say they’re fixing it up. Close to E. Stroudsburg U and at the base of the DWGNRA.Grassy or wooded level pull-through sites for tents/ RVs. Patio sites, cabins in a range of styles from basic to quite luxurious. Near DWG Nat’l Rec Area. Dog park, WiFi.The tiny town of Delaware Water Gap is a frenzy of hikers, paddlers, fishermen, tubers, and cyclists that flock to its trailhead to the Appalachian Trail.Outdoor bar and seating. Touristy place that’s seen better days. Pizza, pasta, burgers. Stick with snacks and beer. Live music on Fridays.Just south of Milford. Beach. Picnic areas, pavilion, restrooms, boat/canoe launch. Small, often very crowded. Best for boat launch, a quick dip, and a picnic. Access to McDade Trail.Hampton Inn with clean and comfortable rooms, indoor salt-water pool, free breakfast. 10 minutes from Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, 6 miles from Milford.Snowtubing on small hill in winter. Water tubing in summer. Visitors report not enough blue water to make it all way to the blue bottom. Better in winter.(PEEC) in the 77,000-acre DWGNRA offers 12 miles of hiking trails, weekend educational programs, conference facilities, and summer camp.Boat-in-only, one-night-only stays on the Delaware River for multi-day river trippers. Primitive, backcountry-style campsites accommodate up to 6 people each.The oldest hiker hostel on the Appalachian Trail. Bunk in or tent on the property. Shower, lav, sitting room. Post office located next door.It’s all about the view. Just north of the town of Delaware Water Gap. Great for picnicking. For swimming, good for a quick dip. Pavilion, restrooms, boat launch. Access to McDade Trail.DWGNRA adventure outfitter. Delaware River trips, guided hikes, bike rentals, outdoor gear shop in the town of Delaware Water Gap at the base of the national park.Cozy Mom ‘n Pop operation with exceptional food. Burgers, sandwiches, soups, and a traditional dinner menu.5 private cottages, each with a private deck or patio. Picnic table, bonfire pit, BBQ grill, flower garden. Cable TV. Edge of George Childs Park.5-mile round trip hike along the Appalachian Trail starts in the town of Delaware Water Gap and brings you to the top of Mount Minsi for a view of the Delaware River.136-site rustic campground in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Riverfront, forest, primitive, and RV sites. Sites spacious and level. Riverfront camping.Duplex 1/2 bedroom condo-style rentals built around Fernwood Golf Course. A strange place run by corporate timeshare Expedia Resorts. Visitors report it as dated, dirty, and run-down.This historic 1869 4-story hotel is a simple, old-fashioned, romantic kind of place. Jazz club on ground floor is longest continually running jazz club in the U.S.1/2 mile trail made of smooth boardwalk paths. Rhododendron and hemlock. Ends at the base of Dingmans Falls.160 sites, 18 wooded acres on the Delaware River. Tent/RV waterfront sites. 2 bathhouses, laundry, camp store. Great value. Crowded, noisy fun for the river trip/hiking gang.