• 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.

Valley View Group Campsites PA


By advance permit. Minimum of 5 campers.

The area is open from March to December, dependent on weather and river conditions.

No alcohol. No pets.

$30.00 flat rate per night per site; Application processFacilities
5 open sites, each with fire ring, picnic table and trash container. There is a well and water pump at the campground and the water is drinkable. Vault toilets are centrally located. There is a common area for ceremonies and gatherings. There are no covered pavilions or shelters.

Capacity and Map
5 sites, 25 campers per site. Map of sites (pdf)

Sloping dirt ramp to river. Open space maintained between sites.

Valley View Site 1 was designed as an accessible site. Vans can pull up adjacent to the site. Restrooms are 50 feet away. There is ground surface can be negotiated with a wheelchair.

Health and Safety
Watch for poison ivy and ticks. Do not climb on fences.

Swim Safe!/Su Chaleco Salvavidas



The campsite entrance is on Route 209 PA, between Bushkill PA and Dingmans Ferry PA. Valley View is about 2 miles upstream of the beginning of Walpack Bend.

Northbound from Bushkill PA: take Route 209 through the blinking light at Bushkill Falls Road in Bushkill PA. Continue 2.5 miles and turn east (right) onto the dirt road to the campsites.

Southbound from Dingmans Ferry PA: take Route 209 through the traffic light at the intersection of Route 739 and 209 in Dingmans Ferry PA. Continue 9 miles and turn east (left) onto the dirt road to the campsites.


Did You Know?

A ranger testing water quality in a stream.

... that the Middle Delaware River exceeds ordinary federal standards for clean water. Because of this, special higher standards have been set for the river, so it does not "deteriorate" to being just "clean enough." The river in this park is, and will remain, truly "cleaner than clean." More...