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Whether you’re most comfortable in a tent, cabin, yurt, or RV, ample solitude and adventure awaits on your next trip to Delaware.

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This is our Zinger 29' trailer with a bunk room and master bedroom.  It is equiped with a full kitchen and bath.
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Why Not Acres
8 units · Motorhomes, Tents17 acres · Frankford, DelawareHORSES WELCOME!  Why not run your horse on the beach, then come to our campsites to relax for the...
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Huck and Buck Farm Sanctuary
8 units · Motorhomes, Tents7 acres · Smyrna, DelawareLearn more about this land:Huck and Buck Farm is a small working farm to all visitors. We...
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Chris C.’s Land
3 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents135 acres · Houston, Delaware
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Quiet, Peaceful Getaway in Nature
5 units · Motorhomes2 acres · Bear, DelawareLearn more about this land:Pitch your tent or park your RV in the back of our yard. Our home sits...
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Wimbledon Acres
1 unit · Motorhome8 acres · Dover, DelawareOur family loves to travel and host other families who are traveling. Come stay a night or three and enjoy the beautiful grounds…fish in the pond, swim in the pool, visit with the farm animals and play with the kids on the playground. Site is on a paved lot by our barn. We have goats, chickens, ducks and 2 doodles on site. Please see photos for proximity to primary home.
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Working Horse Farm
1 unit · Motorhome, Tent28 acres · Millsboro, DelawareTucked in a shady portion of our equestrian farm, this location is 12 miles to the resort beaches and minutes from Potnets. It’s rustic and nice. Pond view. You’re welcome to enjoy watching the horses and a variety of other animals. Thirty amp electric and potable water on the site. Fire pit and wood.
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This is an old photo. The trees are much bigger and the picnic table is on it's last legs.
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The Draper Property
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents130 acres · Milford, DelawareTent, Teardrop, and camper van styles only because of low hanging branches on the camp road. The...
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Island Getaway
1 unit · Tent26 acres · DelawareThis property is located on the St. Jones River. Whether you enjoy the beauty of bald eagles or...
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Historic Blueberry Lane Farm!
5 units · Motorhomes, Tents36 acres · Frankford, DelawarePitch your tent or park your RV on our historic 36-acre blueberry farm. Picnic tables, charcoal...
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Prancing Deer Farm
1 unit · Motorhome, Tent7 acres · Warwick, MarylandPrancing Deer Farm was established in 2018 as a working farm and event venue in Warwick, Maryland.
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Deer Forest Hideaways
4 units · Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Bridgeville, DelawareQuiet rural area with forest beside a working farm. You can see lots of deer and wild turkey from...
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Freedom to Dream
1 unit · Motorhome1 acre · Milford, DelawareLocated East of Route One, this once farm land just off the Delaware Bay (Slaughter Beach), is...
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Delaware is (almost) as tiny as it gets when it comes to U.S. states. Only Rhode Island is smaller in total area. It takes less than 2 hours to drive through Delaware north to south, and half that to drive east to west.

The First State National Historical Park is Delaware's only entry in the National Parks System, but it's spread out over seven sites in four cities. History buffs will find an array of guided tours and exhibits focusing on Delaware's connections to colonial days. If you're looking to explore nature on your own, you're best off in the Beaver Valley location near Wilmington. Here you'll have access to 18 miles of hiking and biking trails spread over 1,100 acres of verdant fields.

If you enjoy time on the water, the peninsula of Cape Henlopen State Park makes a good camping destination. The Delaware Bay sits on its north and west and the Atlantic Ocean sits on its east. Fishing and boating enthusiasts will be right at home here. Kids love the park's educational Seaside Nature Center, where they can see fish swim up close via a 495-gallon, two-level touch tank.

Less than 30 minutes down the Atlantic coast from Cape Henlopen, you'll find the city of Rehoboth Beach. This popular area has a well-earned reputation as a spring-break party destination. Bring your surfboard (and maybe a few brewskis) and prepare to make new friends!

Keep in mind that Delaware can get oppressively humid in late summer months. If you can, schedule your visit for spring or fall to beat the heat.

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