- Hotel/ corporate meeting facility. 80 guest suites and rooms and 26 cottage-style accommodations. Directly across the road from Bushkill Falls.Family-owned farm, bakery, and orchard in Northwest New Jersey that offers seasonal fruits & vegetables, pick-your-own apples, excellent homemade ice cream, baked goods, cider donuts.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.2nd highest waterfall in PA. Boardwalk trail, 2 waterfalls. Hemlock, rhododendron, birds, wildlife. Visitor center.Conde Nast Traveler named Gold Finch Cabin one of the best Airbnbs outside of NYC. Ideal for families, fully-stocked kitchen, hiking trails.Inn & Conference Center in a stunning natural setting. 13,000 sf of flexible meeting space. 400-seat amphitheater, 7 meeting rooms include classroom and exec rooms.3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a living room, kitchen can accommodate up to 6 comfortably. Steps from the Walpack Inn.Edges Delaware Water Gap National. 36-acre private lake. Diverse, inclusive, offers ACESS program for developmentally disabled.National Park Service primitive group campsites in wooded area next to the river; five-person minimum. Drinking water, fire rings, picnic tables. Pet friendly, canoes allowed.1/2 mile trail made of smooth boardwalk paths. Rhododendron and hemlock. Ends at the base of Dingmans Falls.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.40 miles + 60,000 acres of biking, hiking, fishing, camping, swimming, boating on the Delaware River in this jewel of the National Park System.Outdoor bar and seating. Touristy place that’s seen better days. Pizza, pasta, burgers. Stick with snacks and beer. Live music on Fridays.Basic supermarket with prepared foods, sushi, bakery, pharmacy, propane, and beer and wine. In-store beer & wine cafe.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.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.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.(PEEC) in the 77,000-acre DWGNRA offers 12 miles of hiking trails, weekend educational programs, conference facilities, and summer camp.Beautiful Arts & Crafts stone cottage built on Dingmans Creek in 1906. Serenely rustic with modern amenities and patio for enjoying the creek and forest. Sleeps 4.5-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.Family-friendly. Breakfast all-day menu includes Belgian waffles. Daily blackboard specials. Burgers, quiche, salads, and sandwiches.Rustic country restaurant in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Steaks, seafood, homemade pies. $$$Cozy Mom ‘n Pop operation with exceptional food. Burgers, sandwiches, soups, and a traditional dinner menu.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.80,000 lush acres filled with glacial lakes and bogs. Hiking, mountain biking, ATV trails, 13 lakes and ponds for fishing, camping.Relax and rejuvenate mind, body, and spirit, on the edge of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Santosha offers an exclusive, zen-like retreat.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.Motorized and primitive camping in the beautiful and very, very, very private Delaware State Forest. Simple to get permit required.The oldest hiker hostel on the Appalachian Trail. Bunk in or tent on the property. Shower, lav, sitting room. Post office located next door.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.Over 6,000 acres along the Kittatinny Ridge. Hiking, boat launch. RV-Tent and group camping with fire rings and picnic tables.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.