D&H Canal Park

Location:
58 Hoag Road
Cuddebackville, NY (Off Route 209)

Administrative Office & Reservations:
(845) 615-3830

D&H Canal Park and Visitors Center:
(845) 754-7000

Neversink Valley Museum:
(845) 754-8870

D&H Canal Park

 

Character:

A National Historic Landmark which features sDH-Pathcenic trails along the D&H Canal towpath, picnicking areas and historic canal sites.

Amenities: Fishing, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Tables, Benches, Playground, Trails, Visitors Center, Neversink Valley Museum and Parking.

Directions
Fee Structure
Policies and Procedures

Visit the D & H Canal Page on the Neversink Valley Area Museum Website

Information:

The D&H Canal Park is a 249-acre park with a one mile section of the Delaware and Hudson Canal. This park is also home of the Neversink Valley Museum, which features classic canal era exhibits and memorabilia.

A National Historic Landmark, the D&H Canal Park is open daily from dawn to dusk.

D&H Canal ParkD&H Canal Visitors Center: The Visitors Center is available for group meeting use by advance permit only. Call (845) 615-3830 for permit information. Hours limited to no later than 9:00pm. Occupancy is limited to 48.


D&H Canal Picnic Shelter
: D&H Canal Park
This picnic shelter is located near the
Park Visitor Center just a short walk from the parking area. It is ideal for small groups or family outings and is also near the Neversink Valley Area Museum. Shelter occupancy is limited to 120. Electricity is available at this location and the floor is paved.

Please Note: Facility Rentals require advance permit and payment of scheduled fees. Permits may be obtained by calling (845) 615-3830.

Neversink Valley Museum – Neversink Valley Area Museum offers interesting D & H Canal exhibits and artifacts. Tours of the canal and feeder may be arranged for groups. Special educational and cultural programs are scheduled throughout the year. Admission fees are charged. Call 845-754-8870 for additional information, hours, etc.

For more information on the history of the D&H Canal visit www.neversinkmuseum.org.