Upscale European-American cuisine in a white-tablecloth setting known for superb hospitality and friendly staff along with excellent food and wine.
Spectacularly beautiful falls with a steep and narrow staircase from the parking lot down to the falls. 0.8 trail loop around numerous cascades and steep ledges (which are slippery). Make it a peaceful fishing or viewing trip.
Traditional sleep-away camp for boys grades 2 – 11, proud to be one of the oldest boys overnight summer camps in the United States.
Family-owned traditional co-ed overnight summer camp for children ages 6 – 15 since 1957. The camp offers 2, 4, 6 and 8-week sessions from June – August.
Family-owned traditional sleep-away camp for girls in 2nd – 11th grades. Excellent programming and staff make this a top girl’s camp.
Boys sleepaway summer sports camp ages 7 – 16, since 1943. Programs in sports, horsemanship, and the arts, including the communications and technology program.
Co-ed sleepaway camp grade 2 – 11 with an enrollment of 400 campers is one of the oldest camps in America. Modern facilities meet old-fashioned charm.
Country bar & restaurant in historic 19th-century inn. Deck overlooks the Lackawaxen River. Burgers, sandwiches, wings. Dinner menu, outdoor dining.
Former residence (1905-1918) of the writer of American westerns Zane Grey now maintained as a museum operated by the National Park Service. Open May-Oct.
B&B directly on Delaware River. Just across the bridge from NY State. Eagle watching, kayak/canoe launch from property. Full breakfast. Great fishing. Closed Jan-Mar.