Trap Pond State Park

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About Trap Pond State Park

Immerse yourself (or at least your boat) in a wetland forest at Trap Pond State Park. The park is home to the northernmost natural stand of bald cypress in the United States. This unique ecosystem is home to rare and elusive birds, plus a diverse bounty of flora and fauna. The best way to explore the swamp is by canoe, kayak, or paddle boat. Get lost among the trees and become one with your inner Thoreau. There’s also a sweet trail around the pond, a nature center, playground, and shoreside campground—everything you need for a down 'n' dirty vacation at one of the First State’s first state parks.

Campgrounds in Trap Pond

Trap Pond Campground

1. Trap Pond Campground

This place is like a scene from The Neverending Story. Trap Pond was one of Delaware’s first state parks and the last remains of a once-extensive...

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