Directions

winter field office
Winter Field Office

Upper Delaware Visitor Center
176 Scenic Drive
Lackawaxen, PA 18435

(at the end of the Roebling Bridge)

(570) 226-3164 x. 4 or (845) 583-1010 x. 4

Open January & February:
Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm

 

From New York City:

Route 17 to Exit 104, Monticello. Route 17B to White Lake. Route 55 West to Barryville. Turn right at flashing light; follow Route 97 to Minisink Ford. Cross over Delaware River at the Roebling Bridge. Field Office is at the end of the bridge on the right hand side.

Alternate Route:


Route 17 to Interstate-84 West to Exit 1, Port Jervis. Left off exit ramp; follow Main Street through Port Jervis. Turns into Route 97. Follow for 20 miles to Minisink Ford. Cross over Delaware River at the Roebling Bridge. Field Office is at the end of the bridge on the right hand side.

 

From New Jersey:

Route 206 or Route 23 North to Port Jervis, NY. Follow Main Street through Port Jervis. Turns into Route 97. Follow for 20 miles to Minisink Ford. Cross over Delaware River at the Roebling Bridge.Field Office is at the end of the bridge on the right hand side.

 

From Pennsylvania:

From Hawley Area:

Take Route 590 East until you reach the Rowland Cafe at the bottom of a hill. Take a left to continue on Route 590 East along the Lackawaxen River. Follow for 3.5 miles and you will cross a bridge into Lackawaxen. Take your first left onto Scenic Drive to the Roebling Bridge. Office is at entrance to the bridge.

From Milford Area:

Follow Route 6 West about 15 miles to Route 434. Turn right at the Exxon station; stay straight when 434 turns into Route 590 in Greeley. Follow into Lackawaxen, cross railroad tracks, follow signs to Roebling Bridge.

Alternate Route:


Interstate 84 East to Port Jervis, NY. Make right off exit. Follow Main Street through Port Jervis. Turns into Route 97. Follow for 20 miles to Minisink Ford. Cross over Delaware River at the Roebling Bridge. Field Office is at the end of the bridge on the right hand side.

 

Your Own Directions:

Do not rely on MapQuest, Yahoo Maps or the guy at the gas station. Cell phones don’t always work here and neither will your car´s navigation system. Please chart your route before you leave home!

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