Visit this natural gem in Pike County.
Located less than 5 miles south of historic Milford, Raymondskill Falls, at over 150 feet, is the tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania. You can find Raymondskill Falls in the northern reach of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
The falls have their own parking area and hiking trails with viewing platforms overlooking Raymondskill Creek. The trails are maintained by the National Parks Service and can be a bit challenging. Most hikers and park officials recommend wearing sturdy hiking shoes.
Raymondskill Falls separates into three tiers. Getting to the viewing platform at the top of the falls is fairly easy, but the way down to the second-tier platform is quite difficult. And there is no official trail leading to the bottom of the falls. Those looking to extend their hike will find many great trails close by like the Cliff Park Trail System.
Visitors from all over NEPA can make the trip to Raymondskill Falls in less than 2 hours. And with great towns like Milford and Dingman’s Ferry nearby, you can truly make a pleasant day out of it.
Pack up your camera, lace up your hiking boots and discover Raymondskill Falls.