Silver Spray Falls is a fun waterfall in the Delaware Water Gap. You can access the falls from the same road as the more accessible Buttermilk Falls.
The most difficult part is finding the trail to the falls, and even that’s not too difficult. It’s just the trickiness of trying to interpret other people’s directions! Once you find the trail, the walk is rather enjoyable and contains many hidden secrets. As I was hiking along in late May, I found another kind of orchid I had never seen and some kind of orange salamander. Keep an eye out for these fun treasures.
1) From Walpack Flatbrook Road (aka Sussex Co. Rd. 615), head toward Walpack Center.
2) Turn onto Tillman Rd. Go about 0.6 miles.
3) Turn right onto Mountain Road. You will pass a cemetery as you turn, and you will end up on a dirt road.
4) Proceed about 1.4 miles along Mountain Road.
5) Around 1.4 miles, you will pass a nice house with a fence on your right. After you’ve passed that house, the “parking area” for the trail will be the first dirt area on your left. It might not look like much, but you can fit at least one car there and hike up the trail.
Where in the World is Silver Spray Falls?: map