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Delaware Water Gap Guide
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The best camping spots near Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania.

Explore the Appalachian Mountains, but don't forget to mind the Gap!

Serene Horse Farm
Chantilly
Chantilly: This farm is an absolute gem, and completely worth the trip. There are three sites to choose from- I...
Robibero's Retreat
Tara
Tara: This is an awesome place to pitch your tent, especially if you enjoy local wine. It's dispersed...
Don't let the name deceive you: the Delaware Water Gap isn't in Delaware at all. This extraordinary geologic feature, where the Delaware River Cuts through the Appalachian Mountains, divides Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Both states offer a multitude of camping options within these lush deciduous national forests, where you can camp on the banks of a quiet, secluded lake, pitch Read more...
Don't let the name deceive you: the Delaware Water Gap isn't in Delaware at all. This extraordinary geologic feature, where the Delaware River Cuts through the Appalachian Mountains, divides Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Both states offer a multitude of camping options within these lush deciduous national forests, where you can camp on the banks of a quiet, secluded lake, pitch your tent on a grassy knoll, or head to the hills to watch the sun set over the mountains. Beyond the scenic splendor, camping near the Delaware Water Gap offers a world of hiking, rock climbing, boating, and swimming. You may be tempted to enjoy a relaxing weekend in these quiet woods with the peaceful Delaware river rolling across the horizon. But rock climbers won't want to miss out on the hundreds of climbs on the New Jersey side, and adventure seekers can enjoy white water rafting and canoeing right through the waters of the Gap. Prefer a simple day hike? The Red Dot Trail to the top of Kittatinny Ridge is where you'll find the best views of this uniquely carved landscape.
Boulder Point Tent Camp
Carly
Carly: We had a lovely few days camping at boulder point! Beautiful woods and surroundings. Upon arrival we...
Hike In Tent Camping
Sandy
Sandy: Richard, Tracy and Debbie are so friendly and easy to deal with. We secured our tent site through...
The Delaware Water Gap is the region where the Delaware River cuts through the ridge of the Appalachian Mountains.
Blue Mountain Private Camping
Brian
Brian: One of the best camp sites I've ever stayed at! There was a cooler with water waiting for us on the...
Urban Seclusion off NYC Train
Meredith
Meredith: Patty has a wonderful charming family and her home is at a perfect spot with many many trails right...
The Delaware Water Gap began forming 500 million years ago.
Private Farm under the Stars
Sara + Mike
Sara + Mike: Live in the greater Philadelphia area but love the country and farm life? Interested in camping at...
Lower Oak Campsite
Andrea
Andrea: The Funny Farm is a gorgeous place to stay, and camping there is a nice budget friendly option....
The gap measures about 300 meters across at the level of the water, and 1,400 meters at the top.
Mountain Top Campsite
Roz
Roz: Wright's Farm is a delight to visit. The scenary of the Shawagunk Ridge is spectacular. The farm has...
Rustic, Enchanted Cabin
Natalie
Natalie: I love the feeling of being somewhere peaceful to enjoy the beautiful views. That is what Bethel...
Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus can be found growing along the trails that surround the gap.
Historic Farm Camp
Brian
Brian: The house is absolutely gorgeous! You can camp anywhere you want, there's plenty of field and trails...
Running Horse Cozy Cottage
Chantilly
Chantilly: This is a cute little backyard camping spot! I'll admit- it's close to the road and the noise got to...
Over the course of thousands of years, water slowly pushed its way through cracked quartzite, creating the Delaware Water Gap.
Oh! Pear Orchards
Chantilly
Chantilly: I enjoyed my stay here so much! Donna and Greg treated me like family, and went out of their way to...
Healing Farm Camp
Chantilly
Chantilly: This camp is beautiful! The folks here are hoping to attract campers with positive energy, who care...
Secluded Woodlands
Natalie
Natalie: The feeling of being one on one with nature and enjoying the sound of the woods is what Secluded...
Hike In Platform  Camping
Emily
Emily: This is an ideal getaway from New York City; accessible on public transport and tailored to suit any...
Majestic Mustang Stables & Camp
Chantilly
Chantilly: I had a lovely time here. Jeanine is an absolutely wonderful person, and her horses are just as...
The Back 40
Eva
Eva: You will be on a bridle path, beautiful views, fire pit, 5 minutes to the house, 3 minutes to the...
Worthington Campground
Katrina
Katrina: Hit the Sunfish Pond trail and take a dip at Turtle Beach
Magic Forest Farm Camp
Loc
Loc: Magic Forest was just as expected. We stayed two nights and felt quite secluded. We never got a chance...