• Fulmer Falls at George W. Childs Park

    Delaware Water Gap

    National Recreation Area NJ,PA

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  • Hornbecks Creek Trail Partial Closure

    The trail is closed between the first and second waterfall; a portion of the trail has sloughed off, causing a hazardous condition. The first waterfall is accessible from the 209 trailhead and the second waterfall is accessible from Emory Road.

  • River Road Closure

    Starting on Monday, September 8, River Road will be closed from Park Headquarters to Smithfield Beach while contractors complete pavement repairs. Access to Smithfield Beach will still be possible. More »

  • Dingmans Falls Area and Road Closed

    Dingmans Falls Visitor Center, the boardwalk trail to the falls, and the access road will be closed through September as repairs to the road are made. We anticipate the area reopening in October.

Quick Index to the Archive of Back Issues

1983 (Volume 6):
Wildflowers, Climbing, Van Campen Inn, Eagle Watching
1984 (Volume 7): Wild Turkey, Egypt Mills, Place Names, Foster Armstrong House, Resort Point PA, Mountain laurel or rhododendron?
1985 (Volume 8): (Feature articles were reprints of earlier articles)

1986 (Volume 8, continued):
Why leaves change color
1987 (Volume 9): Fall leaves
1988 (Volume 10): Acid Rain, Clean River water, Copper Mines, Hawk Migration
1989 (Volume 11): Spring Flowers, Walpack Center, Agriculture, Biodiversity, Winter Survival, Shad
1990 (Volumes 11 & 12): Wildflowers, Gypsy Moths, Trees in Winter, Aspinall Waterwheel


1991 (Volume 13): Barns, Zimmermann Farm, Greek Revival
1992 (Volume 14): Lime kilns, Turkey Vultures, Millbrook Village mill, hemlock woolly adelgid
1993 (Volume 15): Black Bears, Scenic River Protection, Wildflowers, Walpack's Parsonage, Dingmans Bridge, National Register, Fall Webworm
1994 (Volume 16): Warblers, Walpack Church, Raymondskill, Artist Penny Ross, Smokey Bear
1995 (Volume 17): Garris House, Loch Lomond Accessible Fishing Pier

1996 (Volume 18):
1996 Flood, Dutch Reformed Church/Phoenix Antiques
1997 (Volume 19): A Volunteer Experience, Warren County (Millbrook) Map, Salamovka/Delaware View House, Balance of Nature
1998 (Volume 20): Alien plant species
1999 (Volume 21): Prescribed Fire, Boy Scouts, Fort John, Garis House, Park Trails Plan, Eagles


2000 (Volume 22): Farming, Corn, Old Mine Road, Charles Peirce, Delaware Valley Railroad
2001 (Volume 23): Herbert Kraft, Delaware River, a colonial stoveplate, Fall Leaves, River Clean-up, Grey Towers, Kittatinny Hotel
2002 (Volume 24): Marie Zimmermann, McDade Trail I: Hialeah to Turn Farm
2003 (Volume 25): Amphibian Migration, Minisink Archeology, DL&W Railroad, McDade Trail II: Milford Beach to Pitman Orchard
2004 (Volume 26): Millbrook General Store, Appalachian Trail, Ruth Jones, River Clean-up, Cell Towers, Cliff Park Inn, Hurricane Ivan
2005 (Volume 27): Nancy Shukaitis, The Flood of 1955, River Road Rehab, Spring Flood of 2005, Dingmans Campground, Employee Spotlight: Sue Grove
2006 (Volume 28): Clyde & Nikki Butcher, The Flood of June 2006, Park Project Updates, Employee Spotlight: Doyle Nelson
2007 (Volume 29): Volunteer Len Peck, electric transmission lines (NIETCs), New Kittatinny Point Visitor Center, New Jersey Swim Beach, maintenance worker Warren Dean, In Depth on the Web

Did You Know?

Sketch of a shiny, silvery, oval shaped fish with smallish fins

... that shad have made a comeback in the Delaware River, due to pollution control. This member of the herring family lives its adult life in the ocean, but travels up rivers and streams to spawn. Each spring, anglers follow the "shad run" up the Delaware River to catch these hard-fighting fish. More...