- 1853 B&B in center of charming village 2 blocks from Delaware River. Private baths, comfortable beds, free breakfast. Edge of the DWGNRA.Great eats at this at this charming deli and general store. Penny candy and provisions, toys, sunscreen, sundries, and tourist kitsch. Wine bar.Art gallery/museum. Regional artists and the history of Delaware Water Gap. Open Sat/Sun afternoon, Memorial Day to Columbus Day.Family-friendly ski area best for beginners, kids. Kids’ programs, beginners’ packages, 125 skiable acres, 23 trails, snow tubing, night ski.Nice little family-owned and operated pizza place on Main Street in Delaware Water Gap. Good pizza. Beer & wine.Casual restaurant. Seafood, steaks, and pasta, wings, burgers, and cheesesteaks. Martini list and specialty drinks. Live music.Organic and fair trade coffee. Order their subscription service to get fresh beans sent right to your door, or stop in on Sat/Sun from 9 – 2 pm.Unassuming storefront housing a terrific little restaurant. Mexican and Spanish food made to order, friendly service. BYOB.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.Tons of antique, vintage, upcycled, and salvaged items. Hardware, decor, jewelry, and furniture. You can easily spend an afternoon browsing.Typical bar grub, including cheesesteaks, quesadillas, burgers, wings. Kids are welcome, pet friendly porch. Live music on weekends.This darling old-fashioned grand resort offers 5 wedding packages starting with a two-person and ranging in capacity to 300+.Labor Day hardneck garlic harvest fest. 60 food & craft vendors. Live music, demos, kids’ activities, Garlic Eating Contest.“Family Owned, Quick Serve Authentic Smokehouse BBQ.” Made from scratch with the freshest ingredients and all Prime meat. Casual and fun.Pull-through sites for tents/ RVs. Patio sites, cabins from basic to luxurious. Near DWGNRA. Dog park, WiFi.A luxurious outdoor retreat overlooking the wild and scenic Delaware River. One queen bed and one daybed, and a private deck overlooking the beautiful Delaware River.Sushi, ramen, udon, and authentic Japanese street food in a casual, hip atmosphere. Pennsylvania’s first and only sake brewery.Want to experience the great outdoors with a little pampering? Try an island in the middle of the gorgeous Delaware River.A 2-day fall event with 20 food trucks, art show, and art and sale. Live music, scenic chairlift ride. Free parking. 11 am ’til 5 pm.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.Watering hole in 1740s building on winding River Road. Tavern-style menu of cheesesteaks, wings, burgers, sandwiches. Cold beer, covered footbridge out back. Great food.A darling old-fashioned resort since 1911. 250 acres of private property and a river runs through it. 27-hole golf course, skiing, boating.Slope side seating, bring your own blankets and chairs. Gates at 7 pm, fireworks at dusk, around 9 pm. Food vendors on site.Longest continually running jazz club in U.S. Live music 4/ 5 nights a week. Burgers, quesadillas, Thai ginger salad, sesame Ahi tuna, roast chicken.Canoe, kayak, and raft the Delaware River. Fishing and guided river trips. Slow-moving, calm water. Equipment rentals, helpful staff and guides.Homemade small-batch artisanal ice cream, natural fruits & ingredients. 40 flavors including Tamarind, Chirimoya, and Guanabana. Excellent.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.Tiny, friendly, Peruvian restaurant. Authentic cuisine, cheerful dining room. Operated by the Llama Ice Cream family reviewed by the New York Times.Victorian architecture with large windows, grand entranceways, high ceilings in a sweet small river town. Catering available, overall a great place for the do-it-yourselfer.The Pocono Indian Museum is dedicated to the history of the Delaware River Tribe know as the Lenape. Recorded audio tour guide, gift shop.12 extensive and flexible spaces include a ballroom, boardrooms, and banquet facilities. Team building is a Shawnee specialty. Riverfront golf course.Casual after-ski or a day on the river brewpub. Burgers, steaks, pork chops, salmon. Daily specials like tacos or chili. Growlers to go.Classic A.W. Tillinghast 1911 course. 27 holes, putting green, club rental, driving range. Stunning backdrops.Ah, the mighty Delaware and its river towns! Choose a B&B, a cottage resort, a vintage LBGT resort, or a campground in the wild and wonderful river region.This live theatre was built in 1904. Shawnee offers a variety of high-quality productions and affordable entertainment year-round.Guided and self-guided canoe, raft, kayak, trips on the Delaware River. Day trips, overnight river camping trips. Rentals.The oldest hiker hostel on the Appalachian Trail. Bunk in or tent on the property. Shower, lavatory, sitting room. Post office located next door.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.Bakery/diner with a huge fan base. 30 types of homemade pies. Pastries, cakes, muffins, cookies. Breakfast all day, lunch.Dine at the oldest continually operating jazz club in America, try a sake brewer with Japanese street food, or choose Peruvian cuisine, a historic tavern, or an exotic ice cream shop.Charming, authentic ice cream parlor, circa 1906. Lunch daily. Sundaes, banana splits, ice cream floats, milkshakes or malteds, waffles with fruit and ice cream.You’ll find Sango Kura’s vintage food truck in their parking lot serving Tex-Mex style burritos, quesadillas, and tacos, sometimes with live music. Yay, vacation!2020 © Go Pogo Inc. All Rights Reserved.