Sandy beaches and paved trails comb this park's expansive oceanside landscape. Hiking the miles of trails give nature goers views surrounding Delaware Bay and the greater Atlantic Ocean. Families, Read more...
Sandy beaches and paved trails comb this park's expansive oceanside landscape. Hiking the miles of trails give nature goers views surrounding Delaware Bay and the greater Atlantic Ocean. Families, too, can delight in the park’s regular concert series, basketball courts, and disc golf courses, as well as an annual kite festival that fills the skies above with bright neons and creative shapes. In fact, Youth Groups frequent the area because of just how family-friendly the park is.
The newly-renovated Seaside Nature Center features a nearly 500-gallon touch tank, complete with viewing windows that allow visitors to get up close and personal things like stingrays and horseshoe crabs The nature center also has five 1,000-gallon tanks that showcase local fish, various exhibits that explain the park’s different marine and land habitats.
History buffs will be pleased to peruse the the World War II Observation Tower and old military bunkers. Just outside on transversing beaches, water activities like swimming, boating, fishing, and and even windsurfing are popular among park goers.
Cape Henlopen one and only campground features twenty walk-in sites that sit next to the Walking Dunes Trail. For RVers, you can have piece of mind knowing that the campground includes 2-point hookups and 100-amp services on several sites, with many able to accommodate larger rigs. Glampers ore more plush campers can take respite in the few two-room individual cabins that populate the park. Each offer fully furnished digs, useable fire rings, and access to the beaches and pine-covered duns just outside their front doors.
Reservations can be made days, weeks, or months in advance, so you won't have to worry about your eyed spot being snagged on a first-come, first-serve basis.