The tallest waterfall in the state of Pennsylvania, Raymondskill Falls is part of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The magnificent waterfall has three tiers and is over 150 feet tall. Two viewing platforms allow you to view the falls from near the head or the bottom tier.
Built in the 1800s, the Upper Mill is a fully restored, fully operating water-powered gristmill. Back in the day, it served as a major hub for tradesmen. Now, additional boutiques, a cafe, bakery and a bar can be found on-site. Open to visitors for self-guided tours, the mill makes you step back in time and catch a glimpse of life over 150 years ago.
The Columns Museum is a fascinating museum with many Civil War artifacts, vintage costumes, posters, and remarkable archives from the past. This museum gives you a peek into the history of the area and is a must for history buffs.
Top Local Restaurants:
Cedar Rapids Bar & Restaurant
Dine on the Delaware River at Cedar Rapids Bar & Restaurant. Located along scenic Route 97, Cedar Rapids Bar & Restaurant offers stunning riverfront views, locally-inspired food, and cold drinks. Grab a meal on the expansive porch overlooking the Delaware River.
Located at Route 6 & 209, the Village Diner is a cozy, small-town diner with delicious homemade food. Built in 1956, it feels like a blast from the past when you walk in. It has since been a local favorite where generations of families have gathered. Stop by — everyone is welcome and treated like family!
Waterwheel Cafe, Bakery & Bar
The Waterwheel Cafe is a bakery and bar located in the heart of downtown Milford. Established in 1969, it has a casual atmosphere and impressive menu, where guests can enjoy good food and cold drinks. Doubling as a music venue, it’s a great destination for any meal, day or night.
Best Nearby Activities:
Kittatinny Canoes Delaware River Trips
Kittatinny is the pioneer of the river outfitting industry and has been operating on the Delaware river for 80 years! Multiple locations are strategically located to provide a diverse selection of Delaware River trips. Raft, canoe, kayak, tube; calm water and rapids – we have river trips for everyone, regardless of your experience level! Paddle through breathtaking scenery filled with abundant wildlife. You may see bald eagles, hawks, herons, ducks, deer, the occasional black bear and much more! Bring a picnic lunch, stop, relax, swim – the day is yours at out campground near Milford, PA!
Grey Towers National Historic Site Tour
Built in 1886, the Grey Towers National Historic Site sits on 102 acres and is filled with trails, forestry and wildlife. The Grey Towers site is now one of the strongest supporters of conservation education, schools, and youth programs. You can tour the mansion and the grounds!
The Artery: Fine Art & Fine Craft Gallery
A cooperative of local Milford artists, the Artery Gallery is an open space gallery with a diverse collection of arts and crafts. Paintings, photography, sculptures, ceramics and jewelry to name a few. Stop by and look around, purchase a unique gift for someone special in your life, or take a creative piece home for yourself. Check out their website for more details and information about current exhibits.
Since the 1920’s, Milford Theater has served as the community’s theater and go-to destination for the performing arts. Now a staple for the community and a historic icon, the theater is still home to live music, plays, classic film and more. Enjoy a wide variety of performances that the whole family will love at this top thing to do in Milford, PA!
Hopefully you’re able to add a couple of these stops to your itinerary next time you stay with us! Our campground is the perfect home base if you’re traveling to Eastern Pennsylvania and interested in Delaware River camping. While there is plenty to do at our campground, we hope you can venture out to Milford and other nearby towns to see some of our local favorites!