For camping, Bull's Island along the Delaware River about 4 miles north of Stockton, NJ is a nice spot. You might need reservations on the weekends, and there is a two-night minimum on weekends unless you show up on Saturday and there is a space. Worthington State Forest in NJ across from Delaware Water Gap, PA is also nice. Take the trail from Lambertville, NJ to Frenchtown, NJ (it may even go as far north as Milford now). It's doable even on skinny tires, and NJ Rte. 29 between Lambertville and Stockton is narrow with no shoulder. Rte. 29 does have a wide shoulder starting about 1 mile north of the center of Stockton, but it can be littered with gravel and broken tree branches sometimes. In the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the Walpack Inn has famous black bread. (It may be off route.) The Erie Hotel in Pt. Jervis, NY has good eats. A few miles up U.S. 209, the American Family Campground off route a tad is overpriced and, I here, could use a face lift. 10 years ago I was tenting there when hurricane Floyd came up the coast. The next morning I asked about one of their bare-bones cabins. The owner said I had to take it for 2 nights (at $50/night) even though the place was empty. The embarrassed woman working in the office called a motel down the road and secured a room for me. Rode about 6 miles in a hurricane. When the campground owner saw me about to leave he changed his tune about the two-night minimum, but I was out of there. Not the sort of guy I would ever give business to again. The motel/retaraunt is called the Cornucopia, and the owner was very nice. Supposedly have terrific German food.