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

    Upper Delaware

    Scenic & Recreational River NY,PA

Boat Rentals

The following canoe liveries are licensed under Incidental Business Permits to operate within the boundaries of Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. Some establishments also have campgrounds or lodging. Many also have their own web pages with more information to help plan your Upper Delaware River trip.

These establishments are privately owned and not operated by the National Park Service.

Al's Sport Store
Rte 30 & 206
PO Box L
Downsville, NY 13755
(607) 363-7740

Border Water Outfitters
159 East Front Street
Hancock, NY 13783
(607) 637-4296

Cedar Rapids Kayak & Canoe Outfitters & Camping
Rte. 97 North
Barryville, NY 12719
(845) 557-6158 or (877) 557-6158

Indian Head Canoes & Campground
PO Box 293
Barryville, NY 12719
(800) 874-2628
e-mail: reservations@indianheadcanoes.com

Kittatinny Canoes & Campgrounds
3854 State Route 97
Barryville, NY 12719
(800) FLOAT-KC or (845) 557-8611

Lander's River Trips & Campgrounds
Landers 5961 Rt. 97
Narrowsburg , NY 12764
(800) 252-3925 or (845) 252-3925
e-mail:landers@ptd.net

Lou's Tubes
12 Spinnaker Drive
South Amboy, NJ 08879
(845) 252-3593

Northeast Wilderness Experience
1201 Main Street
Honesdale, PA 18431
570-352-3444.

Silver Canoe Rentals
37 South Maple Avenue
Port Jervis, NY 12771
(845) 856-7055 or (800) 724-8342

Soaring Eagle Campgrounds, Inc.
4092 River Road
Equinunk, PA 18417
(570) 224-4666

Jerry's Three Rivers Canoe Corp.
2333 Route 97
Pond Eddy, NY 12770
(845) 557-6078

Two River Junction
106 Scenic Drive, Suite A
Lackawaxen, PA 18435
(570) 685-2010

West Branch Angler & Fishing Resort
150 Faulkner Road
Hancock, NY 13783
(800)-201-2557 (607) 467-5525

Wild Rivers, Inc.
32 Maiden Lane
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
(914) 949-5282

Did You Know?

American Eel

Spawned in the Sargasso Sea in the Atlantic Ocean, the American Eel migrates as a juvenile to fresh water where they grow into adults. As a traditional food source for Native Americans, smoked eels are still a local delicacy.