The Delaware River Sojourn Steering Committee is pleased to announce that the 25th Delaware River Sojourn’s registration is underway!
The Sojourn, a guided paddling and camping trip on the Delaware River, is full of fun and adventure, offering a great time for all participants where wonderful memories are made! The purpose of the Sojourn is to heighten awareness of and appreciation for the Delaware River and its watershed, which flows for 330 miles through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
The Sojourn combines canoeing/kayaking, camping, educational programs, historical interpretation, and more. It is for novice to experienced paddlers of all ages; participants can sign up for the whole event or for the section(s) or day(s) of their choice. The Sojourn is fully insured and sanctioned by the American Canoe Association. Each day we are accompanied by our safety team, made up of members of the National Canoe Safety Patrol.
Nearly 80 miles of the main stem Delaware River will be paddled in 2019, split into daily trips ranging from five to 15 miles. In brief, the sojourn will include the following stretches:
Saturday, June 15 - Narrowsburg, N.Y. to Zane Grey Museum, Lackawaxen, Pa.
Sunday, June 16 - Zane Grey Museum to Indian Head/Knights Eddy, N.Y.
Monday, June 17 - Indian Head/Knights Eddy to West End Beach, Port Jervis, N.Y.
Tuesday, June 18 - Dingmans Access, Pa. to Bushkill, Pa.
Wednesday, June 19 - Bushkill to Worthington State Forest, N.J.
Thursday, June 20 - Bull's Island, N.J. to Lambertville, N.J.
Friday, June 21 - Belle Mountain/Fireman's Eddy, N.J. to Yardley, Pa.
Saturday, June 22 - Bordentown, N.J. to Florence, N.J. with a stop at Pennsbury Manor
For more information about the Sojourn and registration details, please click here!