The Wooden Duck Bed and Breakfast is proud to announce that we have been selected by National Geographic to be part of their “Scenic, Wild Delaware River” Travel Guide.
Through a comprehensive research and review process working together with area tourism organizations, National Geographic has compiled a comprehensive travel guide including “Places to Go”, “Things to Do” and “Where to Stay” in the scenic Delaware River area.
“Discover hidden gems only few hours’ drive from New York City, Trenton, and Philadelphia—yet a world away. Explore friendly towns steeped in culture and history, nestled in a postcard landscape from a bygone era. Swim, canoe, and amble along a river that’s carved a course through geologic time and human history. Watch eagles soar overhead and deer roam through forests and fields. Enjoy waterfalls that make the heart leap, learn to catch a fish, picnic along the river’s banks. Stay with us a while and savor the Scenic, Wild Delaware River, where New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania meet.”
With over 600 entries, National Geographic ‘s Interactive Map and website covers the Delaware River area from Phillipsburg NJ and Easton PA, through the Delaware Water Gap, up into the Kittatinny Valley, Northeast Pennsylvania, past High Point State Park and into New York State.
If you love scenic beauty, outdoor activities, antiquing, dining and more, The Wooden Duck Bed and Breakfast is the place to stay right in the center of it all.