The recreation area has more than recreation in it: it has significant natural and cultural resources that can serve as the basis for classroom or field trip learning. These pages detail the opportunites for learning through a visit to the park, or study about the park.
For more information, please contact the Division of Interpretation, Education & Partnerships at (570 426-2452 (e-mail)
Did You Know?
... that hemlock groves in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area are threatened by a non-native insect, the hemlock woolly adelgid. Hemlocks provide shade for spectacular rhodondenron, for trout streams, and for native wildflowers. As hemlocks weaken and die, they are cut down for your safety. More...