Middle Delaware National Scenic River

The Middle Delaware National Scenic River presents calm waters stretching about 40 miles between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The park incorporates the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area that features wildlife and incredible views. You can find several trails on this site that support short or intense hikes with access to scenic vegetation and waterfalls. Each season presents a unique reward for visitors, including new vistas during leaf-less winters and colorful flowers in spring. 

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Things To Do Near Middle Delaware National Scenic River

RVers can journey along the Middle Delaware National Scenic River in comfort as they enjoy nature's wonders between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The multiple hiking trails with varying intensities ensure that all visitors can satisfy their preferences, including children. Moreover, you can conveniently navigate the site since the Middle Delaware National Scenic River includes parking spaces at the trails. An RV trip allows you to adjust to the seasons and visit the attraction at any time of the year without compromising your comfort. 

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How To Get To Middle Delaware National Scenic River

From Lehigh Valley International Airport, get on US-22 E, and follow PA-33 to US-209 N in Hamilton Township. Drive on the right on US-209 N, follow the signs for I-80 E, and proceed to Smithfield Township. Take Exit 309 from I-80 E, and head to US-209 N, which leads to the Middle Delaware National Scenic River in Lehman Township. Most of the site's sections are accessible 24 hours per day throughout the year, except when it closes on all holidays. Notably, the park has free admission but offers expanded amenity fees. 

Address

6414 Milford Road, East Stroudsburg, PA 18302

Fee: Entry fee $0

Whether you prefer long walks or relaxing drives, Middle Delaware National Scenic River offers something for everyone. This integrated recreational area allows you to hike around scenic wildlife and surroundings. You can choose from differently rated routes, ranging from easy to challenging, and walk to view several impressive waterfalls. An RV is a great way to tour the park as you can comfortably take your time to appreciate the remarkable landscape over the 73-mile journey.