Volunteers are needed for Kittatinny Canoes’ 29th Annual “On and Under the Delaware River Clean Up,” which will take place July 16-17.
Every year Kittatinny sponsors this 70-mile river clean up effort, the only one of its kind, which demonstrates the adventure company’s commitment to preserving the beauty of the Delaware River for future paddlers.
This is Kittatinny’s way of giving back to this wonderful resource.
Last year, 147 volunteers picked up 99 tires, 83 pounds of cans, and a total of 1.4 tons of garbage.
In exchange for their help, volunteers will receive free camping and canoes on river cleanup days as well as breakfast and dinner.
- Monday, July 16th, volunteers will meet at Kittatinny Campgrounds, located at 3854 State 97, Barryville, NY, 12719.Cleanup goes from Ten Mile River Access in New York to River Beach.
- Tuesday, July 17th, volunteers will meet at Dingmans Ferry at the National Park Service parking lot next to the Dingmans Ferry Bridge.Cleanup goes from River Beach to Delaware Water Gap.
This clean-up won two first-place awards from “Take Pride in America”, a recognition program formed by President George H.W. Bush.
If you plan to volunteer, please contact us at 1-800-FLOAT-KC or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we may provide you with more information or make your reservations. Please be prepared to provide us with a list of all of the participants in your group.
ABOUT KITTATINNY CANOES
Kittatinny Canoes offers outdoor adventures for everyone who wants to experience the Delaware River and all it has to offer. Enjoy the finest riverfront campground; get wet on a river trip – canoeing, kayaking, rafting or tubing through crystal clear calm and whitewater; get a rush zipping down our 3,000′ dual-racing zipline; or challenge your friends and family on our paintball fields. Family owned and operated for 75-plus years, Kittatinny offers an adventure for everyone! For more information, call 800-FLOAT-KC, or visit Kittatinny.com. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube for photos, videos, and more. Search for “Kittatinny Canoes.”