Timeless sophistication has bloomed cultural prominence among the natural grandeur, making Milford a must-visit.
A warm, welcoming community that values its history and is hospitable to visitors, Milford embodies the best of small-town America. The natural environment, heritage attractions and cultural vibrancy keep people coming back for more.
Home to the birthplace of the American Conservation Movement and one of the oldest continuous culinary family legacies in the country, Milford continues to maintain their legacy today. Explore all the town's activities and adventure on your trip in the Poconos. Read our blog for road trip ideas to explore the town of Milford in the Poconos or view a pictorial map of Milford and nearby Dingmans Ferry to start planning.
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Milford’s unique lodging destinations offer experiences from the rustic to the refined. Unplug and recharge at a ranch or campground, or head to a hotel for chic dining, lodging and meeting spaces all under one roof. No matter the inspiration for your Milford escape, you’ll find a range of accommodations to enrich your experience.
Rich with trails and waterways, Milford is the perfect place to try something new! Hiking is the number one activity here; the town is the north gate to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area where hiking, biking and waterfalls abound.
Nearby, you’ll find outdoor adventures including river sports, zip lining and paintball. Ride down the river on a canoe, kayak or raft, or take to the trees on a sky-high zip line. Learn more on outdoor adventure.
From hiking trails to historic sites, Milford offers endless avenues for family fun. Head outdoors for a fun day of boating or biking, or tour the town’s museums and galleries. Milford is home to the Grey Towers National Historic Site, and the Columns Museum: Home of the famous “Lincoln Flag.”
Milford hosts many annual events year-round. A top destination for arts and entertainment, Milford is also the site of the Annual Black Bear Film Festival and the Milford Music Festival. Learn more on family fun.
Milford’s creative community ensures there are plenty of treasures to browse in town. Shoppers can expect an assortment of local goods including arts, crafts and artisanal foods. Learn more on shopping.
During the late 18th century, fine dining was brought to the Hotel Fauchere in Milford, Pa, which birthed one of the country's first in-hotel restaurants. Today, they continue the culinary innovation. And whether you’re suiting up for date night or setting out for a family meal, you’ll find impressive options all over Milford.
Enjoy a sophisticated supper at The Delmonico Room at the Hotel Fauchere, or hop in the car and head for a family meal at Apple Valley Restaurant. A variety of dining and lodging destinations provide options to suit every taste and budget. Learn more on dining.
Winter inspires warm hospitality and thrilling outdoor adventures in Milford. Make lasting family memories when you set out and enjoy the season in Milford. Enjoy skiing, riding and tubing at two nearby ski areas, look for bald eagles along the icy Delaware River, or set out on a snowshoe or cross-country skiing excursion. Learn more on ski and snow activities.