The Lehigh Gap Nature Center sits on the banks of the Lehigh River in the Kittatinny Ridge of the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern PA. The center is surrounded by over 750 acres of habitat known as the Lehigh Gap Wildlife Refuge. Four hundred acres of the refuge are a part of the Palmerton Zinc Pile, making Lehigh Gap the only environmental education center in the country located on a restored superfund site. Visitors can hike, bike, and ride horses along 13 miles of trail within the refuge and access the Appalachian and Delaware & Lehigh Canal Trails. This center is great, but it's a far trip, so use this site to plan your trip!
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