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Wy-Hit-Tuk Park

Wy-Hit-Tuk Park does not serve as just a county park; it provides an activity node and access point to the 60-mile-long Delaware Canal State Park.  The Delaware Canal Towpath, known as the D&L Trail, is popular for hiking and biking, for which Wy-Hit-Tuk Park serves as a trailhead. Park facilities include a pavilion, picnic tables, grills, playground, sand volleyball court, multipurpose field, five campsites (for organized group camping only), an amphitheater and restrooms (open April through October). The pavilion and amphitheater are adaptive reuses of aggregate bins that remained from the previous owner.WyHitTuk.jpg

Williams Township

Activities: Picnicking, hiking, biking, childrens play, birdwatching, organized group camping.

Amenities: Picnic pavilion, open space picnic areas, playground, volleyball court, multipurpose field, walking trail, organized group camping (by permit only), modern restrooms open April-October (no restrooms available October-April). 


ATTENTION:  The pavilion is currently undergoing a rehabiltation project, due to this the pavilion will not be available for rental until further notice.

Watershed: Delaware River

Directions: On Route 611/South Delaware Drive

GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 40.669832, Longitude: -75.184114WHT.png

Connections: D&L Trailhead

Area: 23 acres

Owned by: Northampton County

Difficulty of Trail: Easy

Pets: Must be on a leash less than 6 feet in length.

Historical Interest:

  • "Wy-Hit-Tuk" means "River" in the Native American language of the Lenape, the American Indians who lived throughout the Delaware River Basin at the time of European contact.
  • Located immediately adjacent to the historic Delaware Canal & Delaware Canal State Park.

Environmental Features: Mature riverside woodlands, Delaware Canal, Delaware River, located in the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and the Lower Delaware Wild & Scenic River Corridor and the Delaware River Greenway.

Future Plans: Rebuild picnic pavilion, rehabilitate amphitheater and improve ADA Access.



 Park Location

Map data ©2022 Imagery ©2022 , Maxar Technologies, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources-PAMAP/USGS, USDA/FPAC/GEO
Map data ©2022 Imagery ©2022 , Maxar Technologies, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources-PAMAP/USGS, USDA/FPAC/GEO
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