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Sign up to paddle the Delaware River during the 2021 Delaware River Sojourn
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Sign up to paddle the Delaware River during the 2021 Delaware River Sojourn

Paddlers can sign up for daily excursion or the entire trip to travel over 60 miles of the Delaware River

Have you dreamed of paddling the Delaware River? Now’s your chance.

Registration for the 26th Delaware River Sojourn is officially open. The weeklong event is open to paddlers of all skill levels, and combines guided paddling, interpretative programs and camping. Participants can sign up for a day or the entire event.

The course schedule is as follows:

  • Saturday, August 7 – Hancock, N.Y. to Buckingham, Pa.
  • Sunday, August 8 – Buckingham to Northeast Wilderness Experience (NEWE) Campground, Equinunk, Pa.
  • Monday, August 9 – NEWE Campground to Callicoon, Pa.
  • Tuesday, August 10 – Damascus, Pa. to Narrowsburg, N.Y.
  • Wednesday, August 11 – Minisink Park on the Brodhead Creek to Driftstone Campground, Mt. Bethel, Pa.
  • Thursday, August 12 – Driftstone Campground to Talen Boat Launch, Martins Creek, Pa.
  • Friday, August 13 – Talen Boat Launch to Phillipsburg, N.J.

Registration fees in 2021 are $90 per day for adults and $60 per day for children (ages 15 and under) which includes the guided river trip, single or tandem kayak rental (with paddle and life jacket), shuttle transportation, educational programs, most meals and optional overnight camping sites.  Due to COVID-19 protocols, each day will be capped at 75 participants.

There will also be a river cleanup hosted by the sojourn and the National Park Service Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River on Friday, August 6 from 2-4 PM (the day before the paddle trip begins).

Photo: DRBC


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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher

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