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Scenic Byways in New Jersey

Delaware River

The Delaware River Scenic Byway on Route 29, designated by New Jersey in 1996, offers spectacular views of the Delaware River and travels through the historic riverside towns of Titusville, Lambertville, Stockton and Raven Rock ending at the southern limit of Frenchtown. Route 29 is located on the east side of the Delaware River, parallel to the Delaware and Raritan feeder canal for most of its length.

Washington Crossing State Park, at the southern part of this scenic byway, is historically significant because it is located near the spot where George Washington crossed the Delaware River and made his march into Trenton to capture the Hessian garrison and turn the tide of the American Revolution.

The file below is in Portable Document Format (PDF). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file, which
Map of New Jersey locating the scenic byways Link to Bayshore Heritage Byway Link to Route 57 Byway Link to Palisades Interstate Parkway Scenic Byway Link to Millstone Valley Byway Link to Pine Barrens Byway Link to Upper Freehold Historic Farmland Byway
is available at our state Adobe Access page.

Fast facts:

Length: Approximately 34 Miles (pdf 1.6m)
Route: Route 29 from Trenton to Frenchtown

Delaware River Scenic Byway:
Prallsville Mills, Stockton, Hunterdon County

(Image provided by: David Byers)
Delaware River Scenic Byway image
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