This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$149 - $499 per night 2 night min stay
Oct 22, 2014 to Nov 25, 2014 Special offer $400 off Halloween Wknd!! Last Minute Deals! $129 midweeks!$199 - $749 per night 2 night min stay
$100- $275 per night
Dingmans Ferry Travel Tips
Enjoy Dingmans Ferry Cabins
With Dingmans Ferry cabins, you can enjoy home-like comfort and stay in touch with nature, too. Set in the scenic locale of the Pocono mountains, Dingmans Ferry is an ideal natural getaway, especially for people looking for an escape from hectic city life. Dingmans Ferry house rentals are a fun and economical housing option for short as well and long stays.
Explore Local History from Dingmans Ferry Cabins
Dingmans Ferry has a rich history waiting to be explored. The land was originally inhabited by the peaceful Leni-Lenape tribe of Indians and was located at what is now the Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area. The town had to move to make way for the Tocks Island Dam Project in 1976. There are still remnants of the old town close to Dingmans Ferry house rentals. There were also several important Indian archeological finds which can now be found at various museums in New York! There are also several monuments of the Colonial era, a time which is reflected in the town's architecture. Stay at one of the Dingmans Ferry cabins with family and friends and get to know the town's history better.
Natural Fun at Dingmans Ferry Cabins
Dingmans Ferry house rentals are located in the heart of wilderness and give visitors plenty of ways to have fun with nature. Hiking, canoeing, bird watching, studying animals, and camping are great ways to spend time with family and friends. There are several waterfalls in Dingmans Ferry, like the Silverthread Falls, Fulmer Falls, Deep Leap Falls, and Dingmans Falls, that are not only picturesque but are great camping and picnic sites. Mountain biking through the mountain wilderness is great for adventurous tourists. The Dingmans Ferry Bridge is one of the few privately owned bridges remaining in America and is a must-see! The rustic cabins at Dingmans Ferry give visitors an economical yet luxurious stay option.