State Route 2001 (Pike County, Pennsylvania)

State Route 2001 (Pike County, Pennsylvania)

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State Route 2001 (Pike County, Pennsylvania)

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State Quadrant Route 2001 in Pike County, Pennsylvania is a road in Dingman, Lehman, Delaware and Milford Township. Formerly Pennsylvania Route 962 in part, the road stretches from U.S. Route 209 in Lehman Township to West Harford Street in downtown Milford. There are very few notable roads that intersect with SR 2001, the main three being Pennsylvania Route 739, Log Tavern Road (SR 2006) and Raymondskill Road (SR 2009).

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State Route 2001 begins at a blinker in Lehman Township, about north of the Monroe/Pike County border. The road moves westward for a bit, turning towards the north to Milford at about . Bushkill Falls Road becomes SR 2003, which goes on past Bushkill Falls, the Pocmont Resort and ending at Pennsylvania Route 402. A small local road, Broadhead Road, leaves to a sharp right soon after. Broadhead Road takes you to U.S. 209 going eastward. At this point, SR 2001 is in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, which is on the right side most of the route. Little Egypt Road leaves to the right a little later towards the Tom's Creek Picnic Area and U.S. 209. Big Egypt Road, the twin to Little Egypt, leaves to the right later heading for the same area. Briscoe Mountain Road comes in from the right and becomes Sunset Road.

Chesnut Ridge Road leaves to the right for U.S. 209 near Dingmans Ferry. Wilson Hill Road, Quadrant Route 2002, leaves to the right for...
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