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Bushkill Falls, a series of eight cascading waterfalls, is one of the state’s most popular outdoor destinations. Nestled in the Pocono Mountains, the Falls – known as the Niagara of Pennsylvania –are a favorite of hikers, fishermen, birdwatchers and...more
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I would have given this place 5 stars if it weren't for the crowds. (But hey, it's a "touristy" place.) I love that there are several different marked trails here based on their degree of difficulty. This allows everyone from advanced hikers to toddlers and...More
Tickets are 14.50 weekdays 16.50 weekends per person. Children under 2 are free but without a stroller or backpack child carrier it’s tough bringing young ones. We walked the yellow route to the red route with a 40 minute nap for our son in about...More
We had been to Bushkill Falls several years ago and went recently with friends who had never been there. We all really enjoyed it. The trails are pretty easy to follow, the views are great (lots of picture-taking opportunities) and there are plenty of spots...More
It was lovely to be able to hike around Bushkill Falls on a fall day. It was warm but the views more than made up for the effort it took to climb the stairs to get better views. The stairs are not easy to navigate,...More
It's a nice park with a few waterfalls and short hikes. The entrance fee is pricey. There is a small gift shop and a cafeteria. You can have a picnic by the ponds at the entrance to the complex. Again, it is nice but it...More
This attraction really stands out (not in a good way) because with all of the free national parks in the area, this one is privately owned and therefore has to charge a pretty steep admission in order to finance the maintenance of the trails and...More
There are several paths to choose. Some short, some longer. This was well worth the entrance fee. We got right down to the falls where the spray was coming off. It was very enjoyable. The employees were helpful and friendly.