My Trip Planner
Use My Trip Planner to make your own custom Delaware River Water Trail travel itinerary. My Trip Planner helps you select the Access Points, Places, and Events that are of interest to you before you begin your trip.
Add Items to My Trip Planner
Look for the "Add to My Trip Planner" icon while browsing our content to save Access Points, Places, and Events that you want to visit.
Access My Trip Planner
You can access the places and activities you've added to My Trip Planner at any point in your browsing session. Simply click on the "My Trip Planner" link located at the top of each page.
View and Edit Item Details
On the "My Trip Planner" page, details for each place that you have added to My Trip Planner will be listed for you. To remove an item from your list, simply click on "Remove Location" or "Remove Event."
Print My Trip Planner
Before you leave, you may want to print information about the places and activities you've added to My Adventure Planner. Simply click on the "Print My Trip Planner" button so you can take those important details on the road with you. Have fun!
About the Delaware River Water Trail Web Site Maps
The maps are excellent trip planning aids that indicate public access points, the local road network, points of interest, recreational activities and riverside facilities such as restrooms, parking, and picnic areas.
The maps are not intended to be used for navigating the river by watercraft. River Conditions vary depending on weather conditions. Dry weather can expose rocks and other obstacles. Wet weather can cause rapid increases in river levels. You can check river conditions with canoe liveries or outfitters, or the Upper Delaware River Hotline before setting out.
The Delaware River Recreation Maps
These water proof maps are an excellent resource that provide an overview of a particular reach of river. Noted are areas of caution, dams, access locations, ICF/AWA designated stream flow characteristics, channel locations and depths, stream mileages and reference points.
Published by and available for purchase from the Delaware River Basin Commission.
All campgrounds along the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River are privately owned. Primitive camping is available on Pennsylvania State Forest Land near Stairway Rapids. Permits are available from the National Park Service's Barryville Office on NY Route 97 or by calling 570.685.4871. UPDE at the National Park Service
Campsites within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area are updated annually in response to local conditions. For the latest river maps showing campsites and regulations for canoe camping, please check the National Park Service website, and select "Plan Your Visit" or call 570.426.2452
Pennsylvania campgrounds are open seasonally.
Call 888-PA-PARKS for more information.
Click here for campgrounds in New Jersey or call 800-2-CAMP-NJ.
River Condition and Weather Links
Upper Delaware River Conditions
National Weather Service Conditions for Upper Delaware Basin (Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River PA/NY, Port Jervis NY, and Montague NJ)
Data from the U.S. Geological Survey Gage at Montague NJ (north end of the Middle Delaware River: Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Montague NJ/Milford PA)
Lower Delaware (and Lehigh) River Conditions
National Weather Service Conditions for Lower Delaware Basin (south end of the Middle Delaware River, and north end of the Lower Delaware River: Shoemakers PA, Minisink Hills PA within the recreation area; Belvidere PA; Bethlehem PA, Easton PA and the Lehigh River PA)
Daily River/Rainfall reports for entire Delaware River Basin from the National Weather Service. This includes precipitation, stages, and temperatures.
Sunrise and Sunset, Moonrise and Moonset, and Twilight from the U.S. Naval Observatory (Under "Form A," use "Milford PA" for the north of the park or "Stroudsburg PA" for the south of the park.)