Delaware River Sojourn

Delaware River Sojourn Logo.

Mark your calendars! The 2015 Delaware River Sojourn will take place from Saturday, June 20 through Saturday, June 27. The theme will be Birthplace of America, and programming will highlight the river and region's rich history.

Held in June to celebrate National Rivers Month, the Delaware River Sojourn is a guided paddling trip on the wild and scenic Delaware River, combining canoeing/kayaking, camping, educational programs, and historical interpretation. Geared for novice to experienced paddlers, participants can sign up for the whole event or for the section(s) or day(s) of their choice. By getting individuals out on the river to experience it first-hand, the Delaware Sojourn aims to promote stewardship of the Delaware River Watershed and its resources.

In short, the 2015 Itinerary is the following:

June 20: Balls Eddy (N.Y.; W. Br. Delaware River) to Buckingham Access (Pa.; Del. River)
June 21: Lordville Access (N.Y.) to Red Barn/Hankins Access (N.Y.)
June 22: Narrowsburg (N.Y.) to Zane Grey Access (Pa.)
June 23: Dingmans Ferry (Pa.) to Bushkill Access (Pa.)
June 24: Bushkill Access (Pa.) to Worthington State Forest (N.J.)
June 25: Scott Park, Easton (Pa.) to Riegelsville (N.J.)
June 26: Bordentown (N.J.), up Crosswicks Creek (N.J.) and back to Bordentown (N.J.)
June 27: Independence Seaport Museum/Penn's Landing (Pa.) to Ft. Mifflin (Pa.)

DRBC is a proud supporter of the Delaware River Sojourn and participates on its steering committee, which plans and organizes the annual not-for-profit event. Learn more by visiting the sojourn's web site at