The Area

The Delaware River Highlands in which Milford is almost at the center, has lots to see and do.  Harrington House keeps a great deal of information but you may want to explore some of these web sites to get an idea of all there is to do and see.  Milford is destination within a region of destinations.

Named, literally, for the “high land” on either side of the Delaware River, the region is densely forested and features many waterfalls, as every stream flowing into the Delaware River must cut through the escarpment on either side of the river.  A number of large parcels of state and federal property, including two large National Park Service properties, the 69,000 acre Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and the 75,000 acre Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.

A wide range of outdoor recreational activities–including eagle and bird watching, hiking, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, fishing, camping and boating–brings visitors from all over the world to this remarkable river The Area - The Harrington House Bed & Breakfast - Milford, PAvalley.  Along the shores of the river are a number of historic villages, hamlets and towns, many of which offer great antiquing, shopping, country markets, historic inns and Bed and Breakfasts, and other attractions.

Enjoy the natural Delaware River by canoeing, rafting or kayaking.  Kittatinny Canoes (800-352-1852) is conveniently located just minutes from Milford.  Or bring your own and catch a ride on the Pocono Pony.  Hike the McDade Trail or take a breathtaking sightseeing tour in your car along the Delaware River and visit the Delaware Water Gap National Park including the scenic Hawks Nest, High Point State Park, the Zane Grey Museum, Dorflinger Glass Museum and the Roebling Delaware Aqueduct.  

Plan to visit the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, (866-781-2922) an outdoor performing arts center and museum located approximately 45 minutes from Milford at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel, NY.  Or enjoy a visit to the Pocono Environmental Education Center (570-685-1400) just minutes from Milford in Dingmans Ferry.  PEEC advances environmental awareness, knowledge, and appreciation through hands-on experience in a natural outdoor classroom and is the perfect place for learning, exploring, getting away and connecting. Two additional things not to miss are Peters Valley Craft Center (973-948-5200) and the The Eagle Institute (570-685-5960).

GOLF

 

Great Bear Golf & Country Club, Visitors are welcome at this exclusive, private golf club, boasting the only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in the region. 570-223-4653
Fernwood Golfing in the Poconos is an ideal way to relax surrounded by the natural beauty of the Pocono Mountains. 570-588-9500
Woodloch The Country Club at Woodloch Springs is nationally recognized by GOLF Magazine as “one of the finest courses in America” and rated “4.5 Stars” by Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play. 800-966-3562
The Lynx Golf Club Visit The Lynx at River Bend and experience a great historic golf course enhanced with a few modern touches, like our state of the art in-cart GPS yardage system. 845-856-GOLF
Country Club of the Poconos, When you golf at The Country Club of the Poconos, you’ll play on an 18-hole, Fazio-designed course that is rated #4 in the county by Golf Card members, according to Golf Traveler Magazine.
570-223-8099

 

OTHER OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

 

Horse Back Riding
Black Walnut Stables 570-296-6322
Malibu Dude Ranch 570-296-7281
Fishing and Boating
Fishing Fun Charters
Lake Wallenpaupack Boat Rentals  570-226-3930
Skiing
Ski-Big Bear at Masthope  570-685-1400
Shawnee Mountain  570-421-7231
High Point State Park Cross Country 973- 702-1222
More information about outdoor activities from the MilfordPA.USPike Chamber of Commerce or Discover Pike County.

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