Milford is a town full of creatives, activists, conservationists, history and adventure.
Fitted with boutique shops in Forest Hall, a building designed by Hunt & Hunt, sons of Richard Morris Hunt.
Right up the road you can find Grey Towers, the once-home of Gifford Pinchot. Pinchot was the first head of the U.S. Parks Service, a man who made sure natural beauty was protected and his ideas flourish today in the 21st century.
Learn more about Grey Towers and how to visit here!
Milford, PA is beautiful in the winter.
The Milford Community may be tiny,
but the voices within are as never soft spoken.
Full of activists and game changers, this video shows the owner of the Dwarfskill Preserve Sean Strub using his voice to ensure Milford never loses its historical significance.
Grey Towers, Milford Pennsylvania
Right in the heart of Milford is the beautiful Hotel Fauchere. Showcasing three restaurants (The Delmonico Room, 403 Broad, and Bar Louis). Come enjoy a drink and a bite to eat after your daily hike!
From the snow flakes on the ground to the crisp fresh air, Milford and the Dwarfskill Preserve wear winter well.
Visiting Milford during winter allows you to participate in snowshoeing through the woods, ice skating at the park, and witnessing the lights guiding you down Broad Street.
The Milford community
has changed over the years, take a look.
Grey Towers is a national historic site, and is an icon of preservation. Gifford Pinchot, the once resident of the mansion, was the first head of the U.S. Parks Service.
With his actions, he was the one who made sure natural beauty was protected and his ideas flourish today in the 21st century.