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The Delaware Canal State Park is a 830-acre Pennsylvania state park in Bucks and Northampton Counties in Pennsylvania in the United States. It preserves the historic Delaware Canal, which was built in the 1830s to transport coal, iron, and other goods from the Lehigh Valley to Philadelphia and New York. The Canal state park extends along 59 miles of the canal, starting at Easton and following the river downstream past Trenton to Bristol, PA.

Kayaking and canoeing are popular in the canal, on the Delaware River, and at the Giving Pond Recreation Area. There is a locktender’s house at Lock 19 near the Park Office in Upper Black Eddy. Yelp reviews for this site are shown below.

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Delaware Canal State Park
11 Lodi Hill Road
Upper Black Eddy PA 18972