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Neversink River

The Neversink River (also called Neversink Creek in its upper course) is a tributary of the Delaware River, approximately 65 miles long, in southeastern New York.

What do you know about the Neversink River? Explore the Quick US Geography Rivers and Streams Quiz. "Check Your Answers" at the end of the page.

Trivia powered by Prof. Walter1) The Neversink's main flow begins just south of the border between Ulster and Sullivan counties, where the east and west branches of the river join near the hamlet of Claryville. Both begin on the slopes of the highest peak in the Catskills. What is the mountain?

  • Cat Mountain
  • Done's Mountain
  • Washington Mountain
  • Slide Mountain

2) The west branch is joined by several major tributaries, such as Biscuit Brook and Pigeon Creek at Frost Valley YMCA in what Ulster County town?

  • Bison
  • Summertown
  • Shandaken
  • Madison

3) The Neversink Reservoir is located in the Town of Neversink.

  • True or False?

4) What is NOT a major bodies of water in the Town of Fallsburg?

  • Sheldrake Pond
  • Echo Lake
  • Neversink River
  • Simpson Creek

5) The Neversink River is well known for fly-fishing and Bridgeville is a popular location for fishermen. Bridgeville is also the site of Holiday Mountain Ski Park.

  • True or False?

6) What is located in the town of Forestburgh, New York, USA, and is one of the more outstanding features of the Neversink River.

  • John Muir Walking Trail
  • Neversink Gorge
  • Monel Wildlife Preserve
  • Roosevelt Parkway

7) Where does the Neversink River flow into the Delaware River?

  • Townsend Hill
  • Port Jervis
  • Baker Gorge
  • White's Hill

8) What is NOT a Neversink River Tributary

  • Basher Kill
  • Sheldrake Stream
  • Mel Brooks
  • Monell Brook

9) Along much of its length it is a popular trout stream, mostly north of Woodbourne. In addition to rainbow trout, brown trout, and brook trout, the river is home to other fish species such as smallmouth bass, carp, sucker, bluegill, American eel, and lampreys.

  • True or False?

How many feet above sea level is the mouth of the Neversink River at the Delaware River?

  • 400 feet
  • 800 feet
  • 1200 feet


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