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LEARN ABOUT THE RICH HISTORY OF THE DELAWARE RIVER & THE LOCAL AREA

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snyder jet boatWASHINGTON'S CROSSING

Delaware River Jet Boat Tours is a proud to exhibit the location where George Washington historically crossed the Delaware River in 1776. Washington crossed over and defeated the Hessian Troops on the night of December 25-26, 1776, right after our great nation was founded! You will witness history here!

rockproofDEVIL'S TEA TABLE (aka DEVIL'S HALF-ACRE)

Devil's Tea Table is just behind The Famous River Hot Dog Man. When we stop for your FREE BBQ MEAL at The Famous River Hot Dog Man, you will enjoy the views of the Devil's Tea Table cliffs. There is currently a Great American Bald Eagle nest right on the mountain. If you are lucky, you may see the Bald Eagle flying above the cliffs!

D&R STATE PARK CANAL

The United States was founded upon resources and the transportation of goods along commercial waterways. The D&R Canal allowed companies to transport their goods up and down the Delaware River. Currently, the D&R Canal is a local hot spot for fishermen, walkers, cyclists, and tourists from all over the country. The D&R Canal is beautiful to walk along.

EXPLORE THE LOCAL WILDLIFE

Enjoy the lush scenery and learn more about the river's rich and abundant wilflife. Some of the local wildlife includes the Great American Bald Eagle, Osprey, Blue Heron, River Otter, Beavers, Deer, Black Bear, Canadian Geese, Snapping Turtles, Smallmouth Bass, American Eel, Walleye, Catfish, Carp, and many more creatures. The amount of wildlife in our section of the Delaware River is unbeleivable until you see it for yourself!

rockproofHISTORIC NEW HOPE, PA & LAMBERTVILLE, NJ

Learn about the local areas and see the cultural value that these areas provide. The amount of history in the New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ is different, even though they are both right across the river from each other! It's something to see and fun to experience!