Although the authors and publisher of this Delaware River Water Trail guide and web site have made a considerable effort to provide accurate information, they take no responsibility for any errors or omissions and disclaim any liability for accident, loss, injury, inconvenience or other damage that may be sustained by anyone using the information contained herein. Any outdoor recreation can be potentially hazardous, and river recreation is no exception. Weather and water conditions can change quickly, and it is up to each boater or other recreational user to learn the proper skills, assume responsibility for his/her own actions and safety, and exercise sound judgment. The ultimate responsibility for safety lies solely with the individual.
The maps are excellent trip planning aids that indicate public access points, the local road network, points of interest, recreational activities and riverside facilities such as restrooms, parking, and picnic areas.
The maps are not intended to be used for navigating the river by watercraft. River Conditions vary depending on weather conditions. Dry weather can expose rocks and other obstacles. Wet weather can cause rapid increases in river levels. You can check river conditions with canoe liveries or outfitters, or the Upper Delaware River Hotline before setting out.