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

    Lower Delaware

    National Wild and Scenic River PA,NJ

Canoeing and Kayaking; Whitewater

CANOE ACCESS PA

Sandt's Eddy Access PA (boat launch on the Delaware River)
1 ramp, 24 parking spaces; shallow-draft light-weight fishing boats, canoes and inflatables

Easton PA

Wy-Hit-Tuk County Park PA

Riegelsville PA

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

Delaware Canal State Park, 60 miles from Easton PA to Bristol PA

New Hope PA

 

CANOE ACCESS NJ

Phillipsburg NJ

Lambertville NJ

 

WHITEWATER ACCESS PA

Ralph Stover State Park, Point Pleasant PA
When whitewater exists, Tohickon Creek is a challenging course for closed-deck canoes and rafts. There are planned whitewater releases at the end March and beginning of November. Call the park at (610) 982-5560. Whitewater craft may be launched in the park.

Did You Know?

A young boy walking behind two harnessed white mules

... experienced mules did not need to be driven by someone on the towpath; they would slack off and speed up on signal from the boatman. A new mule or "greenie," though, might turn out to be a "sitdowner" -- a reaction understandable to those hiking all of the Lower Delaware River's 60-mile towpath. More...