Delaware River Canoe Trip
The first three days of the trip will have frequent rifts and white water that will demand your river knowledge to be sharp, as well as provide a lot of fun! The latter half of the trip will have much larger stretches of smooth water. On the Delaware River, you will have opportunities to see bald eagles, fish, deer, and perhaps even a bear if you’re lucky. And when you enter the Water Gap, don’t miss the opportunity to sit on the tri-state rock! There are no portages on this trip unless you choose to carry around some of the white water.
Day 1: Put in at Ten Mile River Access.
Canoe 5 miles. Camp at Ascalona Campground.
Open May 1st – September 30th
$15.00 per person (group rates available)
Ascalona Campground: 845-557-6554
Canoe 15 miles. Camp at Buckhorn Natural Area. (Free camping permit)
Canoe 14 miles. Camp at site #1 Mashipacong Island.
Canoe 9 miles. Camp at Sandyston, sites #18-23.
Canoe 2 miles. Take out at Dingmans Ferry.
Canoe 11 miles. Camp at Tom’s Creek, sites #39-42
Canoe 1.2 miles. Take out at Bushkill Access.
Canoe 14 miles. Camp at Hileah Island, sites #107, 108.
Canoe 5 miles. Take out at Kittatinny.