Planning a Trip on the Delaware?
When it comes to a kayak or canoe trip on the Delaware River, a good plan makes all the difference between an epic mega super river extravaganza to remember and a nightmare you might want to forget and never speak of again. We want you to have a great visit that is safe and memorable. It's your park and we are glad you are taking the time and interest to visit it. Have a great time!
Check out the list of links below to help you plan your way to a great memory.
A Lifejacket Can't Save Anyone If All People Onboard Don't Wear One
If Your Canoe, Kayak, or Raft Should Break or Capsize, Remain Calm!
Paddling is Hard Work and May Tire You Out!
Many visitors make plans to travel down the beautiful Delaware river for a day or two. This can be a real challenge for someone not used to the physical effort of paddling miles down a river. Sometimes, our dedicated law enforcement rangers are called on to assist stranded or injured travellers for everything from losing a kayak downstream, canoe tip-overs, and the occasional sprained ankle. We are here for you if you need help. Trust in that.
Some helpful tips when it comes to any incident on the Delaware river during your visit:
Last updated: June 11, 2021