Upper Delaware River Map

The Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River runs for 73 miles from Hancock, New York to Sparrowbush, New York.   It is a free flowing stream winding its way through a valley of changing scenery.   Bald eagles, red tailed hawks, blue herons, black bear, turkey and deer are but a few of the animals that inhabit the river valley.

River miles are listed in five mile increments on the map in red.

Public boat launch sites for trailers are listed with the yellow arrow.    All sites are open to the public except for Hankins, New York which is by permission of the owner of the campground.

A valid Pennsylvania OR New York fishing license can be used on the Upper Delaware River.

Most land along the river is privately owned.    Respect the owner's rights - do not trespass.   National Park Service jurisdiction is confined to the river itself, information stations, headquarters area, the Zane Grey Museum, Roebling Bridge and some public accesses.

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