Grey’s first published article was “A Day on the Delaware,” in Recreation magazine, May 1902. Zane Grey’s influence and success continued through the height of the Great Depression. He was a prolific writer, publishing one or more western novels every year and a fishing or outdoor adventure book every few years until he died. He left behind more than twenty manuscripts which were released after his death.
Zane Grey died October 23, 1939, at the age of 67. he and his wife Dolly’s ashes are interred in the cemetery near their home in Lackwaxen, fulfilling their wish to rest together beside the Delaware River.
Zane Grey Museum
135 Scenic Drive
Lackawaxen, PA 18435
GPS: 41.4875 -74.987222
Directions: From Route 97 in New York State cross over the Roebling Bridge, then take a right at the stop sign. Or, follow Route 590 North in Pike County.
For more information:
National Park Service
Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River Headquarters
274 River Road
Beach Lake, PA 18405
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission fishing and boating access area. Next to Zane Grey Museum where the Delaware River and Lackawaxen Rivers converge. Excellent place to Eagle Watch and Fish.
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