The Walpack Inn – New Jersey, USA

Near the banks of the Delaware and surrounded by wilderness

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About the place:

The Walpack Inn is remotely located in the grounds of the Delaware Watergap reserve and was established in 1949.  The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area consists of 70,000 forested acres across two states – New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  The local deer and Wild Turkeys are often seen wandering close to the restaurant.


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Local Wildlife:

  • Golden Eagle, Bald Eagle,  Louisiana Waterthrush, Northern Flicker, Northern Cardinal, Baltimore Oriole, Yellow-billed Cuckoo
  • Wild Turkey, Northern Goshawk, Red-tailed Hawk
  • Red Fox, Coyote


  • Open plains  and hills
  • Good views from restaurant


  • Good homemade bread and local food where possible
  • Seafood and steaks are a speciality
  • Bottled beers, limited wine menu
  • Open: All year round but with restricted winter opening hours
  • Accommodation: no


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Location: New Jersey, USA

  •  7 National Park Service Rd 615, Walpack, Center NJ 07881

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