In 1991, DVOA became the largest of the over 70 clubs affiliated with the United States Orienteering Federation (USOF). DVOA currently has approximately 700 members. DVOA's primary goals are to promote orienteering through educational programs and provide a variety of quality orienteering experiences for people in eastern Pennsylvania, northern Delaware, northern Maryland and central and southern New Jersey. DVOA holds approximately 45 orienteering events a year at various local, state, national parks, and environmental centers in the area. These events are open to the public and DVOA always provides instruction for beginners.
Legend for Orienteering events: W=White, beginner level 3km or less; Y=Yellow, advanced beginner 2.5-4km; O=Orange, intermediate 3.5-5.5km; Br=Brown, Short Advanced 3-5km; G=Green, Advanced 4.5-7km; R=Red, Longer Advanced 6-10km; Bl=Blue, Long Advanced 8-14kms;Sc=Score-O; Sp=Sprint-O; Adv=Advanced
Fee for non-members