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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!

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...
Rustic, Enchanted Cabin
Natalie
Natalie: I love the feeling of being somewhere peaceful to enjoy the beautiful views. That is what Bethel...
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.
Tree House in the Woods
Rebecca
Rebecca: Al was a warm and helpful host. Sleeping and waking up in a beautiful treehouse is just as magical as...
Serene Horse Farm
Chantilly
Chantilly: This farm is an absolute gem, and completely worth the trip. There are three sites to choose from- I...
The Delaware Water Gap is the region where the Delaware River cuts through the ridge of the Appalachian Mountains.
Cabin on Artesian Spring
Indira
Indira: We enjoyed our stay at this cozy cabin. Anika was a wonderful host and made sure we had everything we...
Lakeside Campfire Studio
Margaret
Margaret : 18 acres with a 2 acre private lake. Level well kept. Full effeciency studio. 2 miles to a deli and 8...
The Delaware Water Gap began forming 500 million years ago.
Poet's Skyrock Mountain Retreat
Calum
Calum: My stay at Poet's Skyrock Mountain Retreat was perfectly comfortable, peaceful, and relaxing. Upon arr...
Catskill's Le Petite Cabine
Anie
Anie: Authentic old Catskill's experience in this 1955 timber frame 2 bedroom Cabine. Seclusion & your...
The gap measures about 300 meters across at the level of the water, and 1,400 meters at the top.
Your Own Private Cabin
Healing
Healing : The cabin is on the grounds of the New Hampton Organic Healing Farm in New Hampton / Goshen, NY....
Robibero's Retreat
Tara
Tara: This is an awesome place to pitch your tent, especially if you enjoy local wine. It's dispersed...
Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus can be found growing along the trails that surround the gap.
Remote Romantic Cabin
Rochelle
Rochelle : This 12 x 12 cozy remote cabin, is in a very private location on our 52 acre farm. . . But yet close...
Cozy Cabin on Sheep Farm
Rochelle
Rochelle : 12 x 12 cozy cabin in the Catskill Mountains, 6 miles from Bethel Woods! Cabin with 5 x 12 covered...
Over the course of thousands of years, water slowly pushed its way through cracked quartzite, creating the Delaware Water Gap.
Worthington Campground
Katrina
Katrina: Hit the Sunfish Pond trail and take a dip at Turtle Beach
Mountain Top Campsite
Adventures With
Adventures With : Wright's Farm is a delight to visit. The scenary of the Shawagunk Ridge is spectacular. The farm has a...
Boulder Point Tent Camp
Carly
Carly: We had a lovely few days camping at boulder point! Beautiful woods and surroundings. Upon arrival we...
Dingmans Campground
Alex
Alex: Quick drive from NYC (approx 2 hrs). You get the vibe Dingman's is a family spot. They say no alcohol...
Hickory Run Park Campground
Brittany
Brittany : Very crowded - they really crammed the sites close together. Not enough bathrooms/showers for the...
Hay Wagon Tiny Houses on Farm
Chantilly
Chantilly: Pioneer Farm felt completely magical from the minute we pulled in. Our host, Matthew, greeted us on...
Yurt Home on a Horse Farm
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: Beth's horse farm is absolutely stunning. Her horses are so friendly and calm, best of all they freely...
Pool House Glampsite
Sara + Mike
Sara + Mike: Pine Bush, NY is less than 2 hours outside of Manhattan making it an ideal weekend getaway. Your host,...