Kittatinny Campgrounds, located in Barryville, New York, is the premier campground along the scenic upper Delaware River in the Catskill Mountains offering prime sites (Delaware River front and Beaver Brook) or wooded sites. A beautiful trout stream winding through an enchanted forest provides inviting brookside camping in addition to our open, grass-covered sites bordering the Delaware River.
- General Store & Deli
- Large Group Sites
- Rugged natural setting that will surround you in nature
- Kittatinny Adventure Center is next door for your adventure fun! River Trips, Dual Racing Zipline, Paintball &Tubing
- The Pocono Lake Wallenpaupack Region & Historic Bethel Woods Center for the Arts are both ONLY a 20 minute drive from the campground
- Bald Eagles are abundant in this area and there are even designated eagle watching spots along the Upper Delaware River. .
Stay one night or more. Holiday's require a minimum of a three night stay and an activity to be booked.(activities include: zipline, paintball, river trips and tubing). For more information, visit: http://kittatinny.com/camping/kittatinny-campground/.
Number of Camp Sites
350 sites on 250 acres of wooded and open grass settings.
Maximum Number of People a Campsite May Accommodate
Regular sites accomadate from 4-30 people. We offer large groups sites as well, please call for more info.
Prime site on River $18 per night/ General site $11 per night and 15 per person, kids 6-10 $7.95, under 6 free
Maximum Length of Stay Allowed
Camp for one or more nights - RV and seasonal sites are available- Call for more info please
For more detailed directions or questions, visit our site: http://kittatinny.com/directions/.
FROM NY & NJ: 80W to NJ Exit 34B, 15N to Rt. 206N, across Milford Bridge onto 209N*, turn right at light in Milford, follow 209N to Port Jervis, NY. Turn left at 2nd light onto 97.** Go 14 miles to Pond Eddy Base, 21 miles to Barryville Base and Kittatinny Campgrounds (2.5 miles N of village of Barryville).
FROM POCONOS: 80E to Exit 309 onto Rt.209N, follow from * above.
FROM RT. 23: Rt. 23: N to Port Jervis, 6W 2 miles thru Port Jervis; take 97N, follow from ** above.
FROM I-84 W: to Exit 1 Port Jervis, at ramp’s stop sign make a left. At traffic light stay straight on 6W about two miles through Port Jervis. Take 97N, follow from ** above.
FROM I-84 E: to Exit 1 Port Jervis, at ramp’s stop sign make a right. At traffic light, make left onto 6W about 2 miles through Port Jervis. Take 97N, follow from ** above.
The Jones’( family business owners) passion remains the river, so much so that Kittatinny Canoes spends over $30,000 a year to sponsor a river cleanup every July. Ruth states that the river has been her playmate since her earliest memory and still is today. Kittatinny strongly believes that you can’t keep taking away from a resource without giving something back.
For more information about our annual river clean-up or to be involved please e-mail us at email@example.com and in the subject line write "River Clean-Up."
Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes
Kittatinny is family owned and operated.. It all started back in 1941 when Ruth’s parents, Ernie and Edna Olschewsky, purchased riverfront property, including six canoes and a few rowboats. They rented the boats to fishermen plying the big pool that formed at the foot of Mount Tammany. Situated near the Kittatinny Ridge of the Appalachian Mountains, this beautiful piece of land was appropriately named “Kittatinny Beach” by Edna, in keeping with the old Indian name meaning “endless mountains.” As you paddle down this scenic river, there are always endless breathtaking mountains ahead of you.
One day a customer asked Ernie if he would drive him upstream with a canoe in the back of his pickup truck so he could paddle back downstream with the current. On that day the river trip business was born.
Kittatinny Canoes was founded in 1941, with only a few boats. Kittatinny has grown into one of the largest fleets of canoes, rafts, kayaks, and tubes in the world. The river trips today extend over 120 miles of Delaware River, running through New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Two riverfront campgrounds, paintball facilities and zip lines are also part of the family business.
The Jones family continues to preserve its beauty by keeping it clean and pure for future paddlers. Don’t be surprised if on a hot summer day, you see Ruth (who is in her 80"s) paddling down the river, keeping a watchful eye on the Delaware, the wildlife that inhabits it and the beautiful flowers that grow on its banks.
Mid April- October 31st (weather providing).