Delaware Water Gap is a borough in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located adjacent to the Delaware Water Gap, the pass through which the Lackawanna Corridor and Interstate 80 run across the Pennsylvania-New Jersey border along the Delaware River.
Restaurants in Delaware Water Gap
4.5 based on 288 reviews
First, if you miss the shuttle be prepared to hike straight up steep and muddy inclines to arrive at your destination. The destination is a fenced in area that houses very cool wolves, bobcats and foxes. That's it folks. You pay a sizable fee, used to support the preserve, to see a bunch of animals behind fences. We were disappointed that we could not walk through the preserve or get a closer look at these beautiful creatures. In addition, the staff is VERY rude and inflexible. They do NOTHING to make your stay more pleasant and if you are relying on donations to support your facility it may be a good idea to treat your guests with respect and kindness.
4 based on 261 reviews
Shawnee Mountain is your ticket to winter fun! The destination features 125 skiable acres, 23 trails, the Tomahawk Express high-speed quad lift, two terrain parks and a snow tubing park, 100% snowmaking, and daily grooming. A family-friendly resort, Shawnee Mountain offers excellent children's programs, unrivaled beginners' packages and some great terrain for the advanced skier and rider. Services and hospitality are a top priority, making Shawnee Mountain a favorite family and beginner-friendly ski resort. Visit the website for full details, snow report, discounts and more.
I haven't skied in almost eight years so I rented equipment and took a lesson. It was ideal for getting up and going constantly, I learned very quickly and easily with their slopes providing quality challenges. The bar area was nice enough but it's a sort of 'ski in ski out' location. Don't come for atmosphere, come to be on your feet the whole time
4 based on 151 reviews
Celebrating our 46th year delighting children and adults alike with our unique animal and reptile facility. Everyone will enjoy this face-paced, compact and easy-to-do animal experience. Slow down and don't move too fast, or you'll miss some of our exhibits, like our featured 140-yr-old, 140 pound snapping turtle just around the corner from the admission booth. Our exciting private collection of live reptiles includes a Gaboon Viper, King Cobra, and many others. At our American Alligator pond you get to feed the gators in July and August(from a safe distance)! Visitors love purchasing food for the bear and monkeys(toss it to them and watch them catch it in midair!)and baby bottles for our pot-belly pigs and goats. Meet "Joey", the new baby wallaby we're raising, and our playful baby lemur is on view also. All in all, definitely a fun place to visit when you don't want to spend the day at a zoo!
A small but interesting attraction. Reptiles and animal enclosures are well labelled, many with descriptions of how the animal came to be at the farm. The variety of snakes is surprising, especially how they like to curl up in their own clear goldfish bowl! The...MoreThanks for taking time to write this great review! We're so glad you enjoyed our little zoo and hope you will visit again. :)
4.5 based on 110 reviews
We went during their annual harvest fest and it was amazing. My 21 month old daughter loved the animals and running around the farm. She really enjoyed the pony rides as well. The fresh baked cookies, bread and pretzels are a must. The beekeeper show for kids was also fun. They have great food, music and lots of fun things for kids to do and it was only a $10 admission fee wth kids under 3 free. They also have homemade ice cream, pickles, desserts etc. There is a shuttle from the parking lot to the farm as well.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Nice, peaceful place to walk through. Interesting rocks placed throughout park. We saw a turtle on our hike and enjoyed the pretty July day. There is a chapel and an interesting rock structure. Good place to take interesting photos for sure. It's odd that it is privately owned, I almost felt like I was on someone's property but I would definitely recommend it.
5 based on 210 reviews
Edge of the Woods Outfitters offers self guided Delaware River Trips and Bike Rentals in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. We also operate a retail store that serves as a popular resupply for Appalachian Trail Hikers, and visitors interested in outdoor adventure. EOW is proud to offer free trip planning and National Park information. Each day during the summer season, EOW offers family outdoor adventures that are perfect for first timers. We also handle groups that want an extreme, multi day biking and boating adventures. For groups we offer guided trips, and pickup and drop off service, biking and hiking tours, canoe, kayak and raft trips. Call today to book your trip!
This is the second time we've paddled with EOW. Everyone is polite and knows what they're talking about. You can get a canoe anywhere- but you can't always find nice people who don't mind answering questions. They know everything there is to know about DWGNRA and are happy to help. I'll definately be back. Hopefully overnite canoe trip next time. Thanks!!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Hiked this with my two teenaged daughters and 9 year old son. They loved it. Great views of the river, a nice stream crossing towards the beginning and a bit of rock scrambling. Uphill all the way to the top. Grab a hiking stick at the trailhead, plenty of them have been left as this is also the trailhead for the Appalachian trail.
4.5 based on 344 reviews
This 70,000-acre park is named for the point at which the Delaware River cuts through Kittatinny Mountain.
If you are in the area you need to stop here. They have a variety of activities for many skill levels. Do your research, find what you like and can do, then do it.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
We went here for a wine tasting. They had a lot of wines to choose from, and the tasting room was nice, if a little dark. Our guide for the tasting seemed really passionate about the wine and knowledgeable. They also make wine slushy drinks...MoreEverybody like the slushies! Even the serious wine drinkers who hesitate at first admit that they are fun. Thank you Paul
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Chamberlain Canoes offers self guided canoe, kayak, raft and tube on the scenic Delaware River through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. We have trips ranging from 1 hour to several days. We are open mid May through mid October.
I rented a raft for 4 teenagers during a sweet sixteen event and we had a blast going down the Delaware on a sunny afternoon. Chamberlain is friendly, up-front and easy to work with. They give you good advice and do not try to oversell. The safety instructions strike the perfect balance: "have fun but don't be stupid." I will be back for my next trip.
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