Shohola Falls are not that well known and not particularly high, but wonderful nonetheless. To get there, take Route 6 West from Milford. After driving about 15 minutes, you will approach Shohola Lake and a bridge crossing Shohola Creek. Before you cross the bridge make a left into a road with the sign for Shohola Inn and Cabins and drive 300 yards to a fork. Make a right at the fork and into a small parking area. From there you can see the lake and dam to the left and a short path down to the falls to the right. The falls are not high, but are broad and vigorous and you can walk over several areas where the flow is lower. The best viewing angle is to carefully follow a short descending path to the right which brings you around for a full head on view of these wonderful falls. Take care as there are no handrails and the path is narrow, but manageable. There is also a viewing area on the other side of the falls, which we did not visit, which can be accessed by driving back out to Route 6 and crossing the bridge until you reach another parking area. If you are visiting some of the falls in the Delaware Water Gap, if you have the time, Shohola Falls are worth a visit.
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