• Aqueduct and towpath, Delaware Canal (Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor)photo credit

    Lower Delaware

    National Wild and Scenic River PA,NJ

PA Sites: Riegelsville to Lumberville PA

RIEGELSVILLE PA TO LUMBERVILLE PA (north to south)

On Route 611

Fry's Run County Park (small picnic area)

Riegelsville PA (Benjamin Riegel House)

Bridge to New Jersey near the Musconetcong River NJ (no toll)

Kintnersville PA: leave Route 611 and turn onto Route 32 south

On Route 32

Nockamixon Cliffs State Natural Area PA, part of
Delaware Canal State Park, 60 miles from Easton PA to Bristol PA
28 acres, unusual habitat, cliff face for the experienced
The Delaware Canal is within Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (Site list)
(More on the Delaware and Lehigh Canals)

Ringing Rocks National Natural Landmark PA

Upper Black Eddy PA

Bridge to Milford NJ (no toll)

Uhlerstown PA ((historic district of 60+ buildings)

Bridge to Frenchtown NJ (no toll)

Tinicum County Park, Erwinna PA
126 acres, camping and picnic pavilions by permit, boating, fishing, hiking, events

Inland from Route 32

Nockamixon State Park PA
1500 acre lake, boating, fishing, pool, biking, hiking, cabins and camping, youth hostel, picnic areas year-round

Route 32

High Rocks, Ralph Stover and Tohickon parks adjoin each other:
High Rocks section of Ralph Stover State Park PA
hiking trail to 200 ft. red shale cliffs overlooking the creek, cliff face for experienced climbers)
Ralph Stover State Park, Point Pleasant PA
45 acres: picnic area, 1 mile hike, High Rocks overlook of Tohickon Creek, remains of 18th century mill
Tohickon Valley County Park ("Deerwood") Point Pleasant PA
612 acres: tent and cabin camping, picnic area alongside creek, pool

Point Pleasant PA
historic district of 70+ buildings

Lumberville PA
historic district of 80+ buildings

Pedestrian bridge to Raven Rock NJ and Bull's Island NJ, part of
Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park
Bridge may be closed if water is high. (no toll)

 

Did You Know?

Transom over the front door of a historic home

... that several historic districts, with hundreds of historic buildings, line the Lower Delaware River on both the New Jersey and the Pennsylvania side. These areas are nationally recognized for the outstanding integrity of their structures and landscapes. More...