National Park

More than $235 million in revenue tied to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
An economic impact report finds it also supports more than 2,600 jobs

Tourism tied to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area generated more than $235 million for local businesses, supported 2,686...
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Watergate wetlands are restored in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Animals and plants are expected to thrive after dams and ponds were removed and parts of Van Campens Brook restored

When the National Park Service studied visitation at the Watergate Recreation Site in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area...
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Both sides on Delaware River National Park plan dig in
In the year since the plan was first proposed, opponents have galvanized while advances have been slow

Note: Since the time this article was published, Representative Josh Gottheimer has issued a statement clarifying his position about the...
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National Park Service removes dams on Van Campens Brook in Millbrook Village, N.J.

Lots of small streams flow through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, which straddles New Jersey and Pennsylvania as...
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Plan pushed to make Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area a national park

Legging out at 38 letters, “Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area” does not exactly roll off the tongue.  Now, instead,...
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Delaware River drownings: Persistent and preventable

Here's a terrifying prediction about drownings in the two National Park units on the Delaware River: According to the data:...
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It must be Spring: National Park Service closes River Road for amphibians

On warm and rainy spring evenings every year hundreds of amphibians cross River Road to laytheir eggs in the wetlands...
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Take a tour through the Delaware Water Gap, the crown jewel that nearly disappeared

[This article was originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer.] Fog snaked its way through the Delaware Water Gap on an...
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