Nestled in the woods along the Delaware River, this cozy cabin features both the quiet seclusion of the woods and the recreation of the Delaware River. Home to skiers, hikers, kayakers, mountain bikers, fly fishers, hunters and naturalists, the cabin is perfect for the family who loves nature or the writer/artist looking for retreat. This charming cabin is surrounded with woods and streams providing privacy and over 300 ft. of river frontage. Beautiful paths and foot bridges lead from the house to the river. Many bald eagles nest in the area. It is in perfect condition with a wood burning fireplace, finished basement with a wood burning stove and a porch looking out to the river. The cabin is on the PA side, 2 miles south of the quaint town of Narrowsburg, NY. A haven to experience, this cabin on the Delaware River guarantees a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere during every season of the year.
Surrounding Area: Many of our visitors have told us they enjoy simply staying at the cabin, reading, birdwatching and exploring the river and forest. But if you want to venture farther out, two miles north of the cabin lies the quaint town of Narrowsburg, NY. Browse the local art and antique galleries. Experience the Tusten Theatre. Relive history with a visit to Fort Delaware. Or take a drive along the beautiful winding roads which parallel the river. Down stream is the historic Zane Grey House. 30 minutes to Honesdale to stroll the streets or ride the Stourbridge Rail, a steam engine journey to the wild west.
Ski Area: 20 minute drive to a choice of two ski slopes, Tanglewood or Big Bear.
There are great cross-country ski trails in Promise Land State Park, 30 minutes from the cabin.
The River: This area of the river boasts of some of the most exciting and varied water on the Delaware River. North of the cabin runs Skinners Falls, a challenging section of rapids. Then the water flows into Narrowsburg over the deepest water in the river. On the stretch of river between Narrowsburg and the cabin, there are rocks and cliffs from which to jump into the river. Further down the river are more rapids and eventually the highest and fastest water on the Delaware. Tubes, canoes and kayaks are available at the house and more to rent from local outfitters.