Dingmans Falls is another spectacular waterfall found on the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware Water Gap. Of those waterfalls in the area, Dingmans Falls is one of the easiest to access, and this makes it very popular. It deserves that popularity.
The waterfall is found at the end of a boardwalk leading to the base of the falls. Along the way, you will pass the thinner, but tall, Silver Thread Falls. The boardwalk is handicap accessible. Once you get to the base of the falls, you will see a beautiful combination plunge/cascade waterfall that looks like it’s leaning on its side! It’s a unique waterfall in an area full of waterfalls.
1) As you’re driving along US-209 in Pennsylvania, you will enter the town of Dingman’s Ferry. Continue south on US-209 for a short distance.
2) There will be a sign for Dingman’s Falls, and you will turn right onto Johnny B. Mountain Road.
3) Head down Johnny B. Mountain Road to the parking lot for the falls.
4) Head down the handicapped accessible trail. Silver Thread Falls will be the first falls you encounter.
Note about Dingman’s Ferry: This is one of the few places where you can drive into New Jersey across the Delaware River. There are only a few bridges that allow access across the river, so if you’re looking for some waterfalls in New Jersey, this may be a good place to cross. (Buttermilk Falls and other New Jersey waterfalls in the Delaware Water Gap are most easily accessed by crossing this bridge.)
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