Delaware Seashore State Park
Hours -Delaware Seashore State Park is open daily 8 am to sundown. The park office hours are 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday. From April through October, the park office is open seven days a week.
Prices -A park entrance fee is charged daily from March 1 to November 30. Fee is $3 for Delaware residents and $6 for out-of-state. Annual pass stickers allow your vehicle and its occupants to enter most state parks without paying the daily entrance fees.
- 2012 Adventure Race Series on June 16, with Clash with the Creek at Brandywine Creek
- 2012 Great Parks Pursuit for families with children under 16
- Delaware State Parks Trail Challenge and win great prizes! Each hiker will receive a certificate and
Trail Challenge patch
- Fishing & Boating
- Swimming & Surfing
Hours & InfoDelaware Seashore State Park is open daily 8 am to sun down. The park office hours are 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday. From April through October, the park office is open seven days a week. Delaware's state parks now offer healthy food items for sale as part of its commitment to promote healthy lifestyles.
TrailsDelaware Seashore State Park allows visitors to stroll or ride along 4.6 miles along the Atlantic Ocean beach coast. The beach is open for hiking and biking year-round and seasonally for horseback riding.
Can I camp at Seashore State Park?
Of course! It allows visitors to really enjoy the outdoors and all the amenities that Delaware Seashore State Park has to offer. For many, it is a vacation destination all on its own. April 1 - November 30, there is full service camping and December 1 - March 31 has limited service (electric and sewer only), the campground can accommodate a variety of camping units, from tents to large recreational vehicles. Hookups for electricity, water, and sewer service are available on some sites. Weather permitting, however. Prices range from $28-$38/per night depending on size and state residency.
What is there to do in the state park?
So many activities are available at Delaware Seashore State Park; you may want to stay overnight and camp. There is swimming, surfing, boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, playgrounds, camping, and bird watching, just to name a few.
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