Delaware River Sojourn: Sharing the Journey for Over 22 Years
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2016 Delaware River Sojourn: June 18-25
This year's theme will honor the Centennial of the National Park Service: 1916-2016!
The Sojourn is a seven- or eight-day guided paddling trip on the wild and scenic Delaware River, combining canoeing/kayaking, camping, educational programs, historical interpretation, and more. It is for novice to experienced paddlers of all ages; participants can sign up for the whole event or for the section(s) or day(s) of their choice.
The purpose of the Sojourn is to heighten awareness of and appreciation for the Delaware River and its watershed, which flows through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
Studies and research have shown that connecting with nature is good for your health and well-being, as well as teaches important lessons of conservation and stewardship. In this region, there is no need to travel far to do so; the Delaware River is close by, a gas tank away from about 20% of the nation's population.
Join the Delaware River Sojourn and experience a fun, ultimate "staycation," which celebrates family, friends, and the great outdoors! Come out and paddle the Delaware River, the longest un-dammed river east of the Mississippi.
Sojourn Giving Page
If interested and able, please consider giving a donation to the not-for-profit Sojourn. Please click on the 'Sojourn Giving Page' tab for more information and check out Dan's latest letter to sojourn participants. We appreciate your support!
Keep Up to Date on Sojourn Details
If interested in receiving periodic info on the Sojourn, please click on the 'Contact' tab for instructions on how to sign up for email updates.