The visitor center and the falls are at the end of a 1-mile approach road off Johnny Bee Road, which intersects PA Rt. 209 near milepost 14, just south of the traffic light at PA Routes 209 & 739 in Dingmans Ferry PA.
Usual hours of operation:
CLOSED for the remainder of 2018 due to damage sustained from Winter Storm Riley and Quinn.
Visitor Center, road to visitor center, and trail to the falls:
Spring: Though the visitor center may not open until Memorial Day weekend, the road to Dingmans Falls is opened as soon as the road is clear of ice, snow, and fallen trees in the Spring. Call the information desk at park headquarters for updates in the Spring as to whether the road has been opened (570) 426-2452. The trail to the falls is generally open as soon as the road is open.
Summer: The visitor center is open daily from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The road and the trail to the falls are open.
Fall: The visitor center is open weekends only. For the road to visitor center, see below under Winter. The trail to the falls is open when the road is open.
Winter: The visitor center is closed. The road to the visitor center and falls is gated closed for the season when icy conditions set in, which can occur as early as November.
A variety of temporary displays.
Materials for children to earn Junior Naturalist and Junior Ranger badges School programs by appointment.
Ranger-staffed information desk, annual park passes, senior and access national park passes, free park maps and brochures (also available on line), Eastern National bookstore, children's materials, outdoor toilets, water fountain. No food services; (nearby places to get food) No picnic facilities.
There is a flat boardwalk trail to base of Dingmans Falls, and a steep staircase of 240 steps to the top of the falls. Persons with medical conditions should not climb the stairs. The parking area and the visitor center are fully accessible.