The Delaware Water Gap, one of New Jersey’s most impressive and familiar natural features, dominates Warren County’s western skyline where the Kittatinny Mountains have given way to eons of steady persuasion by the Delaware River. The famous notch has long been a landmark, not only for natural splendor, recreational attraction and gentle farmland, but also for transportation and industry. Interstate Route 80, US Route 46 and State Highway 94 meet near the gap, bringing the townships of Knowlton, Blairstown, Hope, Hardwick and Frelinghuysen within minutes of each other. The local villages and their special setting create an appealing blend of culture, history and outdoor adventure.
Funding for this project was provided in part through the Cooperative Marketing Grant Program of
New Jersey Commerce, Economic Growth and Tourism, Office of Travel & Tourism.