of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Being a Friend isn't just about donating time and money. It's also about getting outside and having a great time! Discover a new trail, or meet a new friend.
Hike the Appalachian Trail, and paddle the Middle Delaware Scenic River's winding path through the park.
Be a part not just of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, but also the National Park Service community across the nation.
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2021 Calendars are now available!
Calendars are for sale for $15 for members of the Friends or Pocono Photo Club and for $20 for the general public. They are available locally at Regina Farms, 5181 Milford Road, East Stroudsburg PA (in Middle Smithfield Township on US 209 near Hollow Road) until Dec 24th. After that Regina Farms closes for the winter.
Or you may send a check for the number of calendars you want with your mailing address to the Friends; Friends of DWGNRA, PO Box 98, Bushkill, PA, 18324. We will mail you the calendars.
Or prepay on this website for the number of calendars you are purchasing, then send an email to us, firstname.lastname@example.org, notifying us of that the donation was for calendars and include your mailing address so we can mail them to you.
Find Your Fun in the Park
Since the founding of the National Park Service in 1916, national park units across the country have offered something unforgettable and beautiful to visitors.
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DWGNRA) is one of these unforgettable places. With over 200 miles of trails, 40 miles of untouched riverfront, and historical buildings around every corner, visitors are bound to find their own connection to this special stretch of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Visionaries from all walks of life have helped make the National Park Service the beacon of conservation that it is today. Be a part of that legacy here at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Join Friends, and help protect this pristine park for future generations.
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