Directions and Links to Painting Sites


Delaware Canal Access Points
Durham Furnace / Narrowsille
Ringing Rocks Park

Take Route 412 through Hellertown
Make a left at the junction of Route 212 East

Follow 212 East to Route 611 - Durham Furnace is located at this intesection
Continue southbound on Rt 611
Bear left onto Route 32 South at Kintnersville
(this is a scenic road that follows the canal path)
The Narrowsville acess area is on the left side, but does not have a parking lot
There is a pull of area on the right beneath the cliffs
Ringing Rocks
Take Rt. 32 south to Narrows Hill Road and make a right
(If you reach the Upper Black Eddy Bridge, you've gone too far)
Follow Narrows Hill Road to Ringing Rocks Road and make a left
Look for Ringing Rocks Park on the left hand side.
The trail head is located on the north side of the lot and the path splits
The left path leads directly to the rocks, while the right path heads to the waterfall.

Notes: Durham Furnace and Narrowsville offer some nice views of the Delaware, but if the river is high, access may be difficult. Ringing Rocks offers a nice waterfall and some interesting geological formations in addition to the popular oddity of the field of ringing rocks. Bring a hammer if you'd like to hear for yourself, and rugged footwear is suggested. Some moderate climbing is required to get to the base of the waterfall.

Link: Ringing Rocks