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River / Delaware Bay. Most boating along the river is found south of Trenton.
Campsites without Electricity, Fishing, Picnic/Day Use, Restrooms, Drinking
Water, Launch Ramps, Fuel. Several popular stops along the river include Dingmans
Falls near Dingmans Ferry, New York (most of the area here is in the Delaware
Water Gap National Recreational Area much which is under private ownership),
Worthington State Forest near Stroudsburg, New York, Delaware and Raritan
Canal State Park (where you will find the above mentioned campsites -Bulls
Island Section), Washington Crossing (State Park lies on the New Jersey Side),
Trenton, Philadelphia, Red Bank Battlefield Monument (south of Philadelphia
near the beginning of the Intercoastal Water Way) and Ft. Mott. The River
as you move south opens up into the Delaware Bay and then into the Atlantic.
Lake. Fishing, Swimming, Boating. This 5.75 mile long reservoir is popular
for New Jersey and New York Boaters and has many ramps for ease of trailering.
The Northern half of the lake stretches into New York State. Located on the
state line with New York off Interstate 87 and State Highway 17, in New York,
head west into the community of Greenwood.
- Lake Hopatcong
. Campsites without Electricity, Fishing, Restrooms, Drinking Water, Picnic/Day
Use, Launch Ramp. Call the New Jersey Tourism Bureau for boating restrictions.
Hopatcong State Park lies on the southeastern shoreline along the river. New
Jersey's largest lake, nine (9) miles long with forty five (45) miles of shoreline.
Excellent fishing!. It is stocked by the State and the Knee Deep Fishing Club.
It also has excellent restaurants which can be reached by boat. Residential
homes on the lake. Located east of Hopatcong.
- Round Valley
Reservoir. 9.9 HP limit, Camping, Fishing, Hiking. State Park.
- Spruce Run
Reservoir. 9.9 HP limit, Camping, Fishing, Hiking. State Park. Both Round
Valley and Spruce Run have trophy fishing. Both are located off I78 near Clinton.
Reservoir. This 5.2 mile reservoir is located off Interstate 80 at State
Route 23, head north to Pompton Lakes.
on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers brochures and boaters information.
If you know of any other great spots in New Jersey for boating (of all types),
or have more information, feel free to E-Mail us at Boating