Delaware Water Gap

A tiny town named for a massive geographic anomaly. The Delaware Water Gap was formed about 400 million years ago when 2 land masses collided with a river. Today, DWG is a quirky arts community with historic homes, outstanding restaurants, and some of the best jazz you've ever heard. The Appalachian Trail crosses through town, and continues over the lush mountains with truly stunning views. Kayaks and canoes take on the Delaware River's challenges. Home of the Celebration Of The Arts, an annual music festival that attracts incredible talent, and the legendary Deer Head Inn. DWG is the neighborhood closest to the DWG Bridge and part of the Stroudsburg Area School district.    

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