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Map of the Delaware Canal Trail

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Delaware Canal Trail

Delaware Canal Trail, Pennsylvania map area

Delaware Canal Trail

LENGTH:

60 miles

SURFACE:

unpaved

COMMUNITIES:

Easton, Reigelsville, Point Pleasant, Lumberville, New Hope, Washington Crossing, Yardley, Morrisville, Penn Valley, Levittown, Edgely

HIGHLIGHTS:

Delaware Canal, historic towpath, locks, bridges over the Delaware River, local parks

NEARBY TRAILS:

D & L Trail

D & R Canal Trail

RELATED LINKS:

Allentown

Philadelphia

Regional Trails

The Delaware Canal Trail is a 60-mile long pathway that follows the Delaware Canal in Southeastern Pennsylvania.The trail is located in Delaware Canal State Park which is a linear park that parallels the route of the trail and extends to the shores of the Delaware River.

The trail spans between Easton and Edgely passing numerous communities along the way. The trail was constructed along the old towpath for the canal where mules would pull the boats along the waterway. There is also a trail along the Raritan Canal in New Jersey on the other side of the river. There are a number of places to cross the Delaware River with pedestrian lanes on the bridges. The trail passes by numerous local parks and points of interest along the way.

Conditions

The Delaware Canal Trail is a dirt pathway for most of the route and in various states of condition. There are some gaps in the trail where trail users will need to use local roads to reach the next section. There are multiple foot bridges for getting across the canal along the way.

Communities

The Delaware Canal Trail passes by the following communities: Easton, Reigelsville, Point Pleasant, Lumberville, New Hope, Washington Crossing, Yardley, Morrisville, Penn Valley, Levittown and Edgely.

Points of Interest

The Delaware Canal Trail passes by the following point of interest:

Scott Park
Confluence of the Lehigh River and the Delaware River
Mt Washington Park
Lachenour Park
Wy-Hit-Tuk Park
Riegelsville Borough Park
Nockamixon Cliffs
Upper BlackEddy-Milford Bridge
Tinicum Park
Tohickon Valley Park
Bull's Island Recreation Area
Lumberville-Raven Rock Bridge
Upper York Road Bridge
Bridge Street Bridge - New Hope
New Hope and Ivyland Railroad Station
Calhoun Street Bridge
Washington Crossing Historic Park
Macclesfield Park
Williamson Park
Levittown Tullytown Station
Nearby Trails

D & L Trail: the north end of the Delaware Canal Trail meets up with the D & L Trail in Easton.

D & R Canal Trail: this trail parallels much of the Delaware Canal Trail on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River then it heads north to New Brunswick. Multiple bridges along the route allow for connecting between the trails.

End Points

The north end of the Delaware Canal Trail is located at the S. 3rd Street Bridge in Easton. This location is also the south end of the D & L Canal Trail which heads off to the west along the Lehigh River.

The south end of the Delaware Canal Trail is located on Highway 13, just east of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Delaware Canal Trail in Eastern Pennsylvania

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