The New York Times' "Campster" dives into the camping scene at Delaware Water Gap in Monroe County.
The Delaware Water Gap is a quiet, serene stretch of river surrounded by green forest. As you float down the river, bald eagles are hard to miss, politely living up to their stereotype by soaring majestically above the trees. You’ll travel around small islands, under old bridges and through a short stretch of whitewater at Walpack Bend. In shallow water, paddling is easy, and there are lots of opportunities to take a swim or catch some shade near the shore. Did I mention the bald eagles?
Original source: The New York Times
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