There is a place where friendly people in charming communities dot the countryside. Amid quaint shopping centers, it remains a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. It boasts sparkling lakes, abundant wildlife, spectacular waterfalls, and one big rambling river.
Dingmans Ferry-Delaware Township's recorded history began about 1766, making it the oldest of Pike County's townships. It receives its name from its only natural border, the Delaware River. We are steeped in history, and the evidence of thousands of years of human endeavor remains, from the time of the Native peoples, through the days of Colonial settlement, the nation's industrial revolution, and the more recent past.