Paddlers slip down the river between low forested mountains; anglers wade the trout streams; hikers scan the valley from the ridge or peer into the 1000-foot-deep Water Gap. The valley has known human hand and voice for 10,000 years. Floodplains nourished the Native farmer; waterfalls drew the Victorian vacationer. Today, a 70,000-acre park welcomes those who seek the outdoors close to home. Read More
The River, the Valley, and You
Hiking The Appalachian Trail
Trek 28 miles of the Appalachian Trail along the "endless mountain - the Kittatinny Ridge
Historic roads and structures provide insights into a previous way of life
Mountains in Progress
The Delaware Water Gap is still forming today, a testament to the power of flowing water.
Last updated: December 29, 2016