We all love that time of the year when summer’s heat is gone and the leaves start changing colors. It is the time of year when we can be inspired by the beautiful red, yellow, and orange colors of the changing season. People drive from the city to see what’s in our backyard. But where is the best place to see to see the seasons change in the Poconos? That is why we have asked you to choose the “Best Place to See the Fall Foliage in the Poconos” for 2012.
The Poconos Community Voted Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area as the Best Place to See the Fall Foliage in the Poconos for 2012!
The Delaware Water Gap is located on the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania and it is where the Delaware River intersects with a portion of the Appalachian Mountains. Some of the recreational activities that you can enjoy is rafting, canoeing, swimming, fishing, hiking and rock climbing in addition to taking in the beautiful views that this area has to offer.
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, DWG – Website
- Bushkill Falls, Bushkill Falls Road, Bushkill, PA 18324, (570) 588-6682 – Website
- Appalachian Trail, DWG – Website