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Old 03-13-2014, 04:44 PM   #1
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Federal Road PA, Rt. 209

Has anyone travelled Federal Road and Milford Road Rt. 209? Are these roads suitable for a large motorhome? Any surprises such as low clearance bridges, low tree branches or bridge weight restrictions?

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U.S. Route 209 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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I fell asleep reading that! What about large rigs???
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I'm only familiar with the stretch between Lehighton and Stroudsburg. It is a 2 lane road in that area with a fair amount of twists and turns and is hilly in some areas. The only part I would avoid is the part going through Stroudsburg. I routinely drive a 37 foot class A through there and haven't experienced any issues.
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209 from Rt80 to Milford is thru the Delaware Water Gap park. It is closed to most commercial vehicles. I have gone thru there often with a 40' MH with 28' trailer. It is a curvy and scenic ride but no low bridges or anything. Most of it is 40 MPH and a few lights. You do not have to stop at the guard shack at either end with a MH or camper. During peak travel times it can be a slow go. But still shorter and faster than going across 84.
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