- 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.Everything you need for skiing, boating, fishing, and hunting, they’ve got it. The experienced helpful staff is available 7 days a week.Level, wooded campsites for RVs, tents, pop-ups. Fully-equipped cottages. Sites are spacious with picnic tables and fire pits. Pet-friendly.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.Restored 19th-century Industrial Revolution mining town, tours & museum. Houses, 2 churches, a rectory, company store. “You load sixteen tons, what do you get?”Art gallery/museum. Regional artists and the history of Delaware Water Gap. Open Sat/Sun afternoon, Memorial Day to Columbus Day.Reserve your lake adventure on beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack. Rentals of pontoon, sail, ski boats, kayaks, jet skis, paddleboards, kayaks.290-acre Prompton Lake, 26 miles of hiking trails, boat launch, picnic areas, mountain biking, fishing. Waterfalls, forest, disc golf.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.2 glacial lakes and 3,000 acres on the Pocono Plateau, surrounded by Delaware State Forest. Rustic RV, tent sites, and cabin rentals.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.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.Over 6,000 acres along the Kittatinny Ridge. Hiking, boat launch. RV-Tent and group camping with fire rings and picnic tables.Terrific little farm stand selling farm-fresh homemade hard ice cream, produce, and beef from Green Valley Farms in Sussex County.A 575-acre private wooded retreat with a mile of Class A trout stream, hiking trails, wildlife. 75 miles from NYC, right near the charming historic village of Milford.State park. Three miles of trails cross forests, wetlands, and fields. 420 acres of land. Fishing, hiking, birding, wildlife watching.A tiny grouping of secluded cabins and tent sites centered around a beautiful stream with a waterfall. 400 acres perfect for fishing, hiking, and biking.Beautiful 600-acre wildlife sanctuary. 5 miles of well-maintained hiking trails for all ability levels. Cross-country-skiing.Year-round hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, biking, picnicking, camping, ice skating. 2 lakes on 3,000 acres of forested land. Cabins, tent sites.Guided and self-guided canoe, raft, kayak, trips on the Delaware River. Day trips, overnight river camping trips. Rentals.Bring the kids to this 1870 schoolhouse to look at a day at school with eight grades taught by one teacher. Call for hours.Family owned and operated fruit and vegetable market. Pick your own apples and pumpkins. Flower baskets, plants, Christmas trees, and holiday decorations.Sat market 9:30 am – 1:30 pm. Produce, meats, eggs, baked goods, all locally grown or produced. Lots of honey and maple products, hanging baskets and plants.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.Former residence (1905-1918) of the writer of American westerns Zane Grey now maintained as a museum operated by the National Park Service. Open May-Oct.Pure nature, untouched, and wild. The Brodhead Creek, renowned for trout fishing, runs through it. Great for fishing and hiking from October through June.Fresh produce, baked goods, ice cream, local honey, hanging baskets, potted flowers.140 RV/tent forest campsites. Fire rings, grills, picnic tables. 26 sites have 50-amp electric/water. Lake trail loop, beach, boating, fishing, wildlife, birds. Budget-friendly.Mount Wismer abuts 170-acres of Gravel Family Nature Preserve. Hardwood forest, open fields, hiking trails, a variety of wildflowers.Beautiful Pocono Mountain fish hatchery. Fish and pay for what you catch, all equipment provided, no license necessary. Picnic tables and snack bar. Inexpensive. Great for kids.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).River trips on the Delaware River in the Water Gap National Recreation Area. Canoes, rafts, kayaks, zip lines, paintball, riverfront camping. Family-owned for 75 years.In downtown’s Courthouse Square, Sat 8:00 am ’til noon, May through Nov, rain or shine. Get your morning coffee and a bite to eat.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.Low-fi low-budget motel and cottages. Very dated, but does the trick. Located on the edge of Promised Land State Park, and that’s why you go here.Hanging baskets, plants, cut flowers in this nursery owned by the same family since the 1950s. All organic and pesticide-free.Hiking, picnicking, fishing in season (with license). Popular spot for fly-fishing. Covered pavilion with picnic tables and BBQs.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.Scenic tours on an old-fashioned 25-mile train ride from the birthplace of the American railroad. Restored vintage cars, friendly conductors. Themed tours, fall foliage tours.Quaint and adorable cottages in a cool lakeside pine grove with backdrop of gorgeous 135-acre spring-fed Beach Lake.Canoe, kayak, and raft the Delaware River. Fishing and guided river trips. Slow-moving, calm water. Equipment rentals, helpful staff and guides.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.