• Fulmer Falls at George W. Childs Park

    Delaware Water Gap

    National Recreation Area NJ,PA

Expanded Amenity Fees

Expanded Amenity Fees are collected in season at: Milford Beach, Dingmans Access, Bushkill Access, and Smithfield Beach in Pennsylvania, and at Watergate Recreation Site (picnic area) and Turtle Beach in New Jersey.

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Fees for day use
Private vehicle (up to 7 persons): $7.00 per vehicle on a weekday
Private vehicle (up to 7 persons): $10.00 per vehicle on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday.
Vehicles with 8 or more adults (16 yrs. or older): $1.00 per person.
Pedestrian or bicycle: $1.00 per person. (Season Walk-in Pass)

Fees for one day's use are paid directly at the fee site, either to a staff member in a collection booth, by using an automated machine, or via a cash envelope system, depending on the site.

Waivers and Exceptions
Persons 15 years of age and younger do not have to pay the fee. Persons not remaining at or recreating at the site do not have to pay the fee.The following do not have to pay the fee if they do not remain or recreate at the site: those who are dropping off or picking up people from the river access ramps; those walking through Smithfield Beach on McDade Recreational Trail; and those using Smithfield Beach for a river baptism only (More about permits for river baptisms at Smithfield Beach.)

This recreation area collects Expanded Amenity Fees, but not Entrance Fees or Standard Amenity Fees. These Expanded Amenity Fees are not covered by America the Beautiful Annual Passes. However, holders of the America the Beautiful (Interagency) Senior and Access Passes, and of the discontinued National Parks Golden Age and Golden Access Passes, are eligible for a 50% discount on the recreation area's expanded amenity fees (for one day), and on the recreation area's Season Pass.

Please direct further inquiries to the Fee Collection Manager at (570) 426-2434

 

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Did You Know?

A ranger in the uniform of the French and Indian War.

... that in the 1750s, the northwest border of New Jersey (now Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area) was a frontier of the English colonies. In the French & Indian (Seven Years) War, a string of forts protected these settlements. The sites of seven of these outposts are in the park. More...