Scenic, Wild Delaware River Geotourism Project

The County of Warren is pleased to announce that it is working with the National Park Conservation Association and National Geographic on an exciting new tourism initiative.

The Scenic, Wild Delaware River Geotourism Project has created a National Geographic Society co-branded interactive website of the upper and middle Delaware River region that identifies natural, cultural, and historic attractions that make our area unique.

To visit the website, go to www.delawareriver.natgeotourism.com.


An Opportunity for You!

Residents, visitors, community organizations, tourism stakeholders and local businesses are asked to nominate sites for potential inclusion in a co-branded National Geographic Society website of the Scenic, Wild Delaware River. The nomination process is not only simple and easy to use, but virtually all nominations will be accepted. This is a terrific opportunity to put your favorite place on the map!

Warren County is a natural gateway to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and the Scenic, Wild Delaware River. This regional destination not only hosts between 4 and 5 million visitors each year, but it generates $219 million in sales annually for area businesses. By nominating your site, this National Geographic project will help you connect with those visitors for free!

Browse the website or begin nominating by visiting www.delawareriver.natgeotourism.com 

For more information about how to nominate your local business, venue, historic site, park, or other destination of interest, please see the documents posted below. In addition, please feel free to contact John Beljean with the National Park Conservation Association at (570) 460-4468 or jbeljean@npca.org.

 

Download Project Documents From Here

Invitation to the Jan. 5, 2016 Meeting for Warren County Tourism Venues

About the Scenic, Wild Delaware River Geotourism Program

Geotourism Program Presentation

Nomination Guidelines

Media Guidelines

A Simple Guide to Nominating

Frequently Asked Questions about the Scenic, Wild Delaware River Geotourism Program