- Free, open to the public daily from 10 am to 8 pm. Well-equipped playgrounds for the kids are the feature. Mountain terrain, picnic tables, grills.3.2 miles through upland oak/pine forests and open fields along the Kittatinny Ridge, good for hiking, fishing, and cross-country skiing.16,000-acre natural area. Public beach, campground, 44 miles of hiking trails. Trout fishing, swimming, disc golf, winter sports. Waterfalls, lake.80,000 lush acres filled with glacial lakes and bogs. Hiking, mountain biking, ATV trails, 13 lakes and ponds for fishing, camping.Spectacularly beautiful falls with a steep and narrow staircase from the parking lot down to the falls. 0.8 trail loop around numerous cascades and steep ledges (which are slippery).400 acres of vernal pools, pristine streams, and rhododendron thickets in beautiful Barrett Township. Good for hiking and fishing.Crystal-clear 170-acre lake on 5,440 acres of forested park. Boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, picnicking. Camping, snowmobiling, ice skating, ice fishing.Mount Wismer abuts 170-acres of Gravel Family Nature Preserve. Hardwood forest, open fields, hiking trails.Over 6,000 acres along the Kittatinny Ridge. Hiking, boat launch. RV-Tent and group camping with fire rings and picnic tables.Miles of multi-use trails. Boating, hiking, biking, whitewater rafting. Numerous Class II, III rapids. Open year-round.(PEEC) in the 77,000-acre DWGNRA offers 12 miles of hiking trails, weekend educational programs, conference facilities, and summer camp.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.Beautiful 600-acre wildlife sanctuary. 5 miles of well-maintained hiking trails for all ability levels. Cross-country-skiing.170-acre crystal-clear lake with a sandy beach. Picnic tables, changing areas, bathhouse. Camping is available.Hiking, picnicking, fishing in season (with license). Popular spot for fly-fishing. Covered pavilion with picnic tables and BBQs.Super pretty 1800s lake originally dammed to harvest ice. 223 acres, 5 miles from Pocono Pines. Hiking, boating, fishing. Really great.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.Almost 3,000 acres of hiking, biking, fishing, boating around the 950-acre Beltzville Lake. Picnic areas, pavilions, restrooms.300 acres, including 8 waterfalls and more than 2 miles of hiking trails, bridges, and walkways. Picnicking and grilling area, paddle boats, mini-golf, fishing.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.Whitewater rafting, hiking, mountain biking. 3 state parks and 2 recreation areas. Waterfalls, camping, fishing, swimming, and the 25-mile Rail Trail.2,800 acres of glorious state forest wrapped around the 250-acre Gouldsboro Lake. Hiking, boating, swimming, fishing, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, and picnicking.2nd highest waterfall in PA. Boardwalk trail, 2 waterfalls. Hemlock, rhododendron, birds, wildlife. Visitor center.250-acre piece of land located right on the shores of Lake Wallenpaupack. This slice of natural Poconos paradise is one of the last areas on the lake that hasn’t been developed.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.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail featuring beautiful wildflowers. Best used from April until October. It’s a short hike straight up and down.Pure nature, untouched, and wild. The Brodhead Creek, renowned for trout fishing, runs through it. Great for fishing and hiking from October through June.40 miles + 60,000 acres of biking, hiking, fishing, camping, swimming, boating on the Delaware River in this jewel of the National Park System.2,500 acres of woodlands and glacial wetlands, ancient marsh waters, in one of the state’s largest spruce forests. 2-mile trail, boardwalk system. Birding, hiking.This peaceful 300-acre park of forest, meadows, and wetlands offers a picnic pavilion and well-marked, easy trails.1/2 mile trail made of smooth boardwalk paths. Rhododendron and hemlock. Ends at the base of Dingmans Falls.The preserve is home to 3.4 miles of trails. The single-track hiking trails form four different loops, which offer a challenging, yet rewarding trek along the ravine.Research, education, preservation. 52-acre Lake Lacawac is a glacial lake preserved in almost pristine condition. Hiking on 8 trails, boreal bog, ponds, streams. Open to the public.2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.