Delaware County

Delaware County is a county located in the US state of New York. As of 2010 the population was 47,980.

Delaware County is located in the southern part of the state, separated from the state of Pennsylvania by the Delaware River. It is east of Binghamton and southwest of Albany. The county contains part of the Catskill Mountains. The county is within a region called the Southern Tier of New York State.

The highest point is an approximately 3,520-foot (1,073 m) summit of Bearpen Mountain along the Greene County line. The lowest point is along the Delaware River. The county is drained by the headwaters of the Delaware. It has a hilly surface, and the soil in the valleys is exceedingly fertile. The Delaware and Susquehanna rivers are here navigable by boats.,_New_York

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Balsam Lake Mountain Wild Forest
Barbour Brook State Forest
Bear Spring Mountain WMA
Delaware Wild Forest
Dry Brook Ridge Wild Forest
East Sidney Dam
East Sidney Lake
Huggins Lake
John Burroughs Memorial State Historic Site
Murphy Hill State Forest
Steam Mill State Forest
Tomannex State Forest
Whitaker Swamp State Forest

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Map: Huckleberry Loop Trail

Map: Huckleberry Loop Trail

The Dry Brook Ridge Wild Forest is made up of four non-contiguous Forest Preserve parcels in the western Catskill Park. For a combined total of 8,900 acres, these parcels are located in the Towns of Andes and Middletown in Delaware County, and the Town of Hardenburgh in Ulster County. The unit is made up of rugged, mountainous land most of which is moderate to steep in grade, and the area is primarily used by the public for hunting, fishing and hiking.