three fisher people wading in the river and a rowboat

Photo Credit: David B. Soete

still river in the summer

Photo Credit: David B. Soete

a series of short cascading falls along side large flat boulders

Photo Credit: David B. Soete

looking up river towards Hancock, NY

Photo Credit: Insert Name

stark ariel photo of a boat with two fisherman

Photo Credit: David B. Soete

Winter on the Delaware River

Photo Credit: David B. Soete

Links

UDC Membership / Partners with Websites:squirrel


Town of Cochecton
(NY)
www.townofcochectonny.org

Damascus Township (PA)www.damascustwp.org

Town of Deerpark (NY)www.townofdeerpark.org

Town of Delaware (NY)www.townofdelaware-ny.us

Delaware River Basin Commissionwww.nj.gov/drbc

Town of Fremont (NY)www.fremontnewyork.us

Town of Hancock (NY)www.hancockny.org

Town of Highland (NY)www.highlandnewyork.net

Lackawaxen Township (PA)www.lackawaxen.org

Town of Lumberland (NY)www.townoflumberland.org

National Park Servicewww.nps.gov/upde

NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation Region 3 & 4www.dec.state.ny.us

PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources Region 2 Northeast PAwww.dcnr.state.pa.us

Shohola Township (PA)www.shoholatwp.org

Town of Tusten (NY)www.tusten.org

Westfall Township (PA)westfalltownship.org

 

County Governments Upper Delaware River Corridor


Delaware County (NY)
www.co.delaware.ny.us

Orange County (NY)www.co.orange.ny.us

Pike County (PA)www.pikepa.org

Sullivan County (NY)www.co.sullivan.ny.us

Wayne County (PA)www.co.wayne.pa.us

All County Offices Informationwww.countyoffice.org

 

State Governments Upper Delaware River Corridor


New York State
www.state.ny.us

Pennsylvaniawww.state.pa.us

 

 

Sunny day looking down river
Photo Credit: David B. Soete
Did You Know?

The Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, added by the U.S. Congress in 1978 as the 19th component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, is exactly 73.4 miles long, extending from the confluence of the East and West Branches of the Delaware River above Hancock, NY downstream to Railroad Bridge No. 2 in Mill Rift, PA. The corridor is comprised of 55,575.5 acres of land.