Port Jervis is a village with about 8,800 inhabitants in Orange County, New York.

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From late spring to early fall, many thousands of travelers and tourists pass through Port Jervis on their way to enjoying rafting, kayaking, canoeing and other activities in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River and the surrounding area.

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Highway I-84 passes by just south of the city.

Metro-North operates a commuter rail service from Hoboken, on the eponymous Port Jervis Line.

  • 1 Port Jervis railway station.    

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Map of Port Jervis

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  • 1 Fort Decker Museum, 127 W. Main St. This stone house built in 1793 was part of a much larger fort at the site. It now functions as a museum, run by the Minisink Valley Historic Society.    
  • 2 Deerpark Reformed Church, 30 E Main St. Organized in 1737, this is one oldest congregation in the area. The current building dates from 1838.
  • 3 Tri-States Monument. Granite monument that marks the tripoint of the state boundaries of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania    

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Routes through Port Jervis
ScrantonDunmore  W   E  → Jct W   EMontgomeryNewburgh
ScrantonHawley  W   E  Central Valley-HarrimanDanbury
END  N   S  MiddletownRidgewood


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