• The Upper Delaware's mild rapids and quiet pools are ideal for canoeing, kayaking, or rafting.

    Upper Delaware

    Scenic & Recreational River NY,PA

Park Statistics

Designations
November 10, 1978 - Added to the Wild and Scenic Rivers System

November 24, 1968 - Portions of the D&H Canal as a National Historic Landmark and the Delaware Aqueduct (Roebling Bridge) as a National Civil Engineering Landmark

Acreage
Total Acreage: 55,575
Federal: 29.76
Nonfederal: 55,545.21

Visitation
Visitation data for all National Park Service units is available at http://www.nature.nps.gov/stats/index.cfm

Budget

Fiscal Year Total ONPS Budget
2012 $3,293,000.00
2011 $3,342,000.00
2010 $3,466,000.00
2009 $3,405,000.00
2008 $3,260,000.00
2007 $2,929,000.00
2006 $2,887,000.00
2005 $2,836,000.00
2004 $2,661,000.00
2003 $2,655,000.00
2002 $2,656,000.00
2001 $2,622,000.00
2000 $2,581,000.00
1999 $2,529,000.00
1998 $2,541,000.00
1997 $2,476,000.00
1996 $2,435,000.00

Did You Know?

Narrowsburg Pool

The Delaware River’s deepest point is in Narrowsburg, New York, at an astounding 113 feet deep. It is believed to be a “plunge pool” from a glacial waterfall or possibly a pothole scoured out by a whirlpool.