A small, scenic tributary of the Delaware River, Adams Creek flows for about two and a half miles through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Here you will find a great hiking trail and places to swim or cliff jump over a waterfall.
At 130 feet, Dingmans Falls is second highest water fall in Pennsylvania, and is one of the most popular waterfalls in northeastern Pennsylvania. Easy to traverse trails, bridges and even a wooden walkway make easy access to the falls.
Hornbecks Creek is a somewhat hidden gem amongst the numerous waterfalls located in the DWP. The trail begins at the end of the parking area off route 209 and winds past multiple falls until you reach Indian Ladder.
Sam's Point Preserve features cliffs, summits, and plateaus that form a unique landscape of extraordinary ecological significance. Seven well-marked trails criss-cross the preserve, winding through pine barrens, ice caves and open slabs of rock, pro