The Middle Delaware National Scenic and Recreational River offers some of the best and most accessible water recreation opportunities in the northeast United States. This part of the Delaware River is relatively unspoiled as it travels through the rural landscape. The calmness of this area of the river makes this section ideal for boating, canoeing, and kayaking.
Boats must have a valid state registration.
Motorized vessels may not be operated in excess of 5-mph or creating a wake within 500 feet upstream or downstream of the designated swimming area and designated canoe channel, as delineated by regulatory buoys, within the Smithfield/Coppermine Pool and the Milford Beach pool.
Personal water craft and waterskiing are prohibited in the park.
It is unlawful to operate a vessel while intoxicated.
From April 1 through September 30, the speed limit is 10 mph.
From October 1 through 31 March 31: the speed limit is 35 mph.