Delaware River Sojourn
The Sojourn Celebrates 25 Years of Paddling in 2019!
Delaware River Sojourn Logo.

Save the Dates! The 25th Delaware River Sojourn will take place from June 15 through June 22, 2019! A volunteer river cleanup will be held on June 14.

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 families and indivduals of all ages and skill levels, 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 Basin and its resources.

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. 

2019 Itinerary (May 2019 draft):

  • Day 0: Friday, June 14 - Volunteer River Cleanup: Skinner's Falls, N.Y. to Narrowsburg, N.Y.
  • Day 1: Saturday, June 15 - Narrowsburg to Zane Grey Museum, Lackawaxen, Pa.
  • Day 2: Sunday, June 16 - Zane Grey Museum to Indian Head/Knights Eddy, N.Y.
  • Day 3: Monday, June 17 - Indian Head/Knights Eddy to West End Beach, N.Y.
  • Day 4: Tuesday, June 18 - Dingmans Access, Pa. to Bushkill, Pa.
  • Day 5: Wednesday, June 19 - Bushkill to Worthington State Forest, N.J.
  • Day 6: Thursday, June 20 - Tinicum County Park, Pa. to Lambertville, N.J.
  • Day 7: Friday, June 21 - Belle Mountain/Fireman's Eddy, N.J. to Yardley, Pa.
  • Day 8: Saturday, June 22 - Bordentown, N.J. to Florence, N.J.

Learn more by visiting the sojourn's web site at Sign up for email updates by adding yourself to DRBC's Recreation/Sojourn list serv here. You can also visit the Delaware River Sojourn's Facebook Page.


Click here to view the Delaware River Sojourn entry on the Scenic, Wild Delaware River National Geographic Geotourism MapGuide.