- 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.Sundays 10 am – 2 pm Memorial Day – October. Local produce, organics, meat, bread, bakery goods, jams, and more. Live music. Rain or shine.Historic restored gristmill with a deck serving eclectic menu including Thai, Vietnamese, and classic American dishes.Family-style restaurant, old-timey decor. Wings, nachos, calamari, burgers, brisket, short ribs, and steaks. Lunch and dinner 7 days.Ann Street Antiques in Milford carries vintage and antique jewelry, clothing, dishware, lamps, much more. The store is packed and perfect for rummaging. Hours are sporadic, so call first!Small town bar and restaurant in a beautiful, historic inn. Wood-fired pizza, burgers, pasta, steaks, and daily specials. Live music, friendly vibe.Restaurant in 1867 country inn. Steaks, chops, seafood. Extensive wine list, daily specials. Casual. Dinner Thur-Sun.Locally roasted coffee, locally farmed produce, locally grown flowers. Produce in summer and fall is terrific. Huge selection of beer includes microbrewery craft beer.2 floors of exhibits of people, places, and things that make up the history of Pike County, including Zane Grey, Virginia Kidd, and Chief Thundercloud.Bar and lounge focused on live music. Lots of TVs with sports on. Bar food includes burgers, fries, and wings.A stylish environment for casual and late-night dining and great cocktails. Ahi Sushi pizza, Trout dip, raw bar, artisanal cheese.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.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.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.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.46 homemade ice cream flavors on-site, from May to October, since 1983. ice cream, Italian ice, sorbet, soft-serve, and waffle cones.Strip-mall pizzeria with Italian entrees. Hot antipasto, lasagna, meatballs, penne vodka, fagioli, and eggplant. For dessert, tiramisu, tartuffo, cannoli, and zeppole.Diner fans, road trippers, and families: stop in for shakes, pie, daily specials, breakfast all day. Great food in a classic vintage diner.26-room budget motel near Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area. WiFi, TV, refrigerator in rooms. Restaurant and bar/lounge on premises.Roadside budget chain motel. Rooms have refrigerators, microwaves, flat-screen televisions w/ cable, Wifi. Close to ski areas, rafting, canoeing, hiking. Next door to Village Diner.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.Cheerful hole-in-the-wall Mexican. Enchiladas, chimichangas, tacos, burritos, and fajitas. Everything made fresh daily from scratch. Tables outside.Small town America with a big city vibe. Riverside town with cultural attractions, restaurants, birthplace of American Conservation Movement.Breakfast and lunch shop. Very good deli sandwiches, best breakfast in town, and, of course, bagels. Great coffee. Do not miss their homemade desserts.3-day live music event in mid-June. Local restaurants, artisans, and shops set up booths in downtown Milford, with 30 local businesses participating.Terrific pork store with prepared foods, deli items, and a good retail section. Beef Braciole, homemade fennel sausage, lasagna, pork loin, broccoli rabe sandwiches.A drive-thru coffee shop that offers a variety of specialty beverages including coffees, espresso drinks, chais, teas, and real fruit smoothies. Fresh baked muffins, croissants, cookies, breakfast burritos, and more.3-day literary festival for conversations between people who love to read books and people who write them. Past authors include Gloria Steinem, Lee Child. Events staged throughout town.Basic Chinese-American with enormous buffet that includes Crab Rangoon, hibachi chicken, boneless ribs, sushi, some American food. Located just off Rt 84 near Milford.This is the place for an intimate and sophisticated wedding in a charming and historic small river town. Elegant and beautiful destination providing expert service.The only beer distributor in downtown Milford. Beer, cider & malt beverages by the 6 pack, case, or can. Serious beer guys with good prices. Lots of cold 30 packs.5-star hotel in a historic building in the heart of Milford. Luxurious, sophisticated, haute hideaway. Tons of amenities. Really special place with the vibe of the big city in the DWGNRA.Affordably priced cottages. Clean comfortable rooms, mini-fridges, WiFi, cable TV. Just 1 mile from the Delaware Water Gap Nat’l Recreation Area and the town of Milford.Soaked Winery produces quality small batch wines and offers them in their Milford tasting room. The atmosphere is friendly and fun. Wine slushees, wine by the glass, or a flight of wines of your choice.Historic district short walk from Milford. Early 1800’s buildings known as The Upper Mill. Houses one of the only turning waterwheels in PA. Self-guided tour, restaurant.Annual indie film festival in Oct. Screenings, salons, workshops, live music, parties. Held at the Milford Theatre and other sites around town.Old-fashioned inn built in 1876, steps away from the Delaware River. Guest rooms are humble and clean. The inn houses the well-regarded Laurel Villa restaurant.Deli and convenience store selling breakfast all day, sandwiches, burgers, daily specials. Grocery staples, cigarettes, and beer.Humble budget motel. Old, dated, but clean rooms. Guests can use BBQ grills. 2 miles from Milford. WiFi, in-room coffee/tea maker, fridge. $Hanging baskets, plants, cut flowers in this nursery owned by the same family since the 1950s. All organic and pesticide-free.1863 Calvert Vaux, commissioned by James Pinchot, founder of the Am. Museum of Nat. History, father to Gifford.Fine dining destination restaurant with a view. Creative regional cuisine served in a 20th-century Parisian chic dining room. Reservations highly recommended.Home decor boutique, repurposed and hand painted furniture a specialty. Clothing and a beautiful collection of selected gifts and candles.Hiking, fishing, boating, swimming, white-water rafting, zip-lining, camping, dining under the stars, and delighting in an old-fashioned small American town.A crêperie, an authentic Italian pork store, the country’s best diner, and an elegant bistro. Milford offers a tiny taproom to a country inn to 5-star dining.Log cabin-themed taproom of the Log Tavern brewery in beautiful Milford. Live music, food, IPAs, stouts, and wheat beers. Growlers to go.Café that serves prepared food and beverages, such as high-end coffees and teas, freshly baked cookies, biscotti, and scones.Terrific little farm stand selling farm-fresh homemade hard ice cream, produce, and beef from Green Valley Farms in Sussex County.100-year-old movie house, used for Black Bear Film Festival, Milford Readers & Writers Festival, Milford Music Festival, music performances, arthouse/indie screenings, and more.