Milford is bounded by the Delaware, Sawkill and VanderTyne on three sides, and the foothills of the Poconos on the fourth. This means it has a lot of "green" activities, and Green has its own page, which you can see here. It also has lots of shopping, and dining. But Milford is also all about culture. Live music, music festivals, film and film festivals, flea markets and charity events all contribute to a lively roster of activities. The Milford Theater celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011. It did so with new ownership, new bathrooms, new HVAC and a whole new attitude. That attitude is easy to absorb: keep it fun. Check the schedule to see what live performances, films, readings, meetings, concerts and plays are on tap right in the heart of Milford. The Black Bear Film Festival is back, not just for its 13th annual weekend of fun, but back at its natural home, the Milford Theater. An entire weekend of a dozen films, a Salon of independent and experimental films and of course the opening Gala, make for a terrific weekend among the gorgeous fall leaves. Chat with people in the tent; they've come from New York, Long Island, Connecticut and Maryland just for this. Check out the BBFF here.
River trips - camping - paintball.
Route 209 570-296-7421
160 campsites on 18 acres.
Bushkill Falls Road
Bushkill PA 18324
Eight waterfalls, Native American longhouse.miniature golf, paddle boats, picnic area, concession stand.
Johnny Bee Road & Route 209
Dingmans Ferry PA 18328
Picnic area, waterfalls, canoeing, rafting, fishing, camping.
Lackawaxen PA 18435
Part of the D & H Canal system, built by the engineer of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Greentown PA 18426
Fishing, hiking, biking, boating, horseback riding, camping.
Bushkill, PA 18324
45 miles of trails.
73 miles of protected river banks.
The Museum of the Pike County Historical Society features exhibits of local Indian artifacts, the Loncoln Room, which displays the flag that cushioned President Lincoln's head after he was shot, period clothing, antique musical instruments, etc.
Open Wed-Sun from 1 pm - 4 pm during the summer. Broad Street near John Streeet, Milford, PA.
You can see a video of the Columns on our History page. Grey Towers is the home of the Pinchot family, which gave us Gifford Pinchot, former Pennsylvania governor and a naturalist at a time when none existed. His efforts led directly to the federal government's involvements in conservation. The mansion is open to the public, and the grounds play host to numerous events from fairs to concerts. More about Grey Towers on our Green page. Free bus transit for bikes, canoes, kayaks, from the Delaware Water Gap up to Miflord Beach. Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. You can rent the equipment if you don't have your own. Download the schedule and map.