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Delaware Water Gap Marker image, Touch for more information
By Don Morfe, August 2, 2015
Delaware Water Gap Marker
Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Delaware Water Gap Smithfield Beach
Welcome to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This unit of the National Park system stretches along both sides of the middle Delaware River for 40 miles from Milford in the north to the scenic Water Gap in the south. The park has places to . . . — Map (db m87113) HM
Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Park Headquarters
Welcome to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This unit of the National Park system stretches along both sides of the middle Delaware River for 40 miles from Milford in the north to the scenic Water Gap in the south.

The park has . . . — Map (db m87106) HM

Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Bushkill Meeting Center
Welcome to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This unit of the National Park system stretches along both sides of the middle Delaware River for 40 miles from Milford in the north to the scenic Water Gap in the south. The park has places to . . . — Map (db m87108) HM
Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — This National Park Is Our Home Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Smithfield Beach
Clean, free flowing rivers create unique and valuable ecosystems. Riffles, runs, and pools in the main channel of the Delaware River provide a variety of aquatic habitats. Dense underwater plant beds shelter game fish, minnows, and darters. Buried . . . — Map (db m87131) HM
Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Village of Bushkill Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
The first recorded European settler in this area was a Spaniard named Manuel Gonzales, who reached here around 1750. Subsequent settlers built a tavern, a gristmill, and other facilities, so that by 1820, Bushkill could be called a village. It had . . . — Map (db m87111) HM
Pennsylvania (Pike County), Bushkill — Wild & Scenic River Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Smithfield Beach
The Delaware River is the longest undammed river east of the Mississippi. Three segments-Upper, Middle, and Lower---flow unimpeded 330 miles from Hancock, New York, to the Delaware Bay.

Congress designated the Middle Delaware National Scenic . . . — Map (db m87134) HM


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