Delaware River Boat Access Sites
A list of boat access sites on the Delaware River has been compiled to assist anglers in locating access from the NJ/NY state line downstream to the freshwater license line at the Commodore Barry Bridge in Bridgeport, Gloucester County. (Several sites below the Commodore Barry Bridge are also included.) These access sites are open to the public and are listed in order from north to south. Information was accurate as of September 2003.
The list is available in PDF format. Each site is assigned a number which corresponds to a location on the map. The links below lead to the list and map:
Delaware River Boat Access Sites (pdf, 68kb)
Delaware River Boat Access Site Map (pdf, 210kb)
When fishing upstream from the Commodore Barry Bridge, valid New Jersey or Pennsylvania fishing licenses are recognized on both shorelines, and anglers may launch from either shore. Upon returning to shore, an angler may have in possession any fish which has been legally taken according to the regulations of the state in which the angler lands his/her boat.