In the Delaware River, canoeists can launch from public access areas in PA and NJ to enjoy the water trail which includes scenic views of River Islands and Nockamixon Cliffs natural areas. Water trail users will enjoy viewing wildlife along a major migratory route for raptors, waterfowl and songbirds. The Delaware River contains many species of game fish including American shad, stripped bass, smallmouth bass and walleye.
CAUTION - The river poses hazards and visitors should use caution on and around the river. Visitors enter the river environment at their own risk.
Canoe launch areas include: Easton Dam, Theodore Roosevelt Recreation Area, Nockamixon Cliffs Natural Area and the Virginia Forrest Recreation Area. Boat launch areas are located just south of Upper Black Eddy, Erwinna and south of I-95 (north of Yardley).
Directions: From Easton, PA, There are numerous access points along the 60-mile length of Delaware Canal State Park. The park follows the Delaware River from Easton to Bristol, paralleled by Pennsylvania Routes 611 and 32.
Elevation: 250 feet
Elevation Gain: Minimal
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