Delaware River

Pennsylvania

104Listings
$5K-$3.2M
$44.4MTotal Value
Delaware River, Pennsylvania

Delaware River real estate is a top ten market for lake homes and land in Pennsylvania.

There are typically between 20 and 30 total listings in this area at any given time.

Homes for sale near Delaware River can range between $120k and $1.4 million approximately, with a total market value of around $10 million.

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  • Acreage
    284,320
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Campgrounds
(610) 847-5643
80 Clay Ridge Rd
Ottsville , PA 18942
(570) 897-6859
2731 River Rd
Mt Bethel , PA 18343
(570) 897-5811
264 Laurel Hill Rd
Bangor , PA 18013
(908) 996-2953
135 Goritz Rd
Milford , NJ 08848
(610) 982-5552
75 Woodland Dr
Upper Black Eddy , PA 18972
  • Counties: Northampton County
  • Fish: Channel Catfish, Lake Trout, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, Striped Bass Hybrid
  • History: Named after general "De la Ware" for his role played in the first Anglo/Powhatan War. George Washington is depicted in a most famous painting while crossing the Delaware River.
  • Permit is not required to use the lake.
  • Jet skis are allowed.
  • Motorized boats are allowed.
  • Houseboats are allowed.
Hospitals
(908) 847-6568
207 Stryker Rd
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Airports
Lehigh Valley International Airport
3311 Airport Rd, Allentown, PA 18109
17 miles away
Hartung Airport
143 Oberly Rd, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
3 miles away
About Delaware River
Near the Pennsylvania State Border

The Delaware River drains 14,119 square miles in four states: Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

The Delaware River is one of nineteen "Great Waters" recognized by America's Great Waters Coalition. It has long been a place of travel, commerce, and sustenance for the towns and cities on its shores.

The river runs along with the New York and Pennsylvania state borders, making it a grand place for either state to vacation, permanently relocate, or find a summer home.

Plenty of Recreational Opportunity

One of the main attractions to the Delaware River is the excellent fishing opportunities that anglers find here. The river supports more than 60 species, including popular game fish like Eastern brook trout, striped bass, and migrating river herring.

In addition to fishing, visitors can enjoy boating, camping, hunting, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, and wildlife viewing along Delaware. Different activities can be enjoyed in individual river sections due to their size and depth.

Nearby Forests

Along the New York section of the Delaware River, the Cherry Ridge Wild Forest and Delaware Wild Forest run parallel to the southern shoreline.

In the forests, nature lovers can enjoy hiking, camping, boating, paddling, fishing, hunting/trapping, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and wildlife viewing in the 27,800-acre swathe of land.

Nearby Cities

Residents on the Delaware River can quickly drive to the cities of New York or Albany. Depending on your location on the river, the Delaware River is approximately 150 miles from the famous city of New York. Albany is roughly the same distance away.

A Part of History

Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Delaware River is an excellent choice.