November 26, 2019
Have you ever experienced Delaware Seashore State Park? In addition to many saltwater recreational opportunities, Delaware Seashore State Park’s six miles of wild ocean and bay shoreline and the dynamic Indian River Inlet provide a framework for understanding natural history and maritime heritage. Whether you enjoy the beach, history, or the beautiful sights and sounds, Delaware Seashore is your next state park to visit. Don’t miss these essential experiences at Delaware Seashore State Park!
Walk to the top of the Indian River Inlet bridge for an unforgettable view of where Delaware Seashore all comes together – the Atlantic ocean, Delaware’s inland bays, and miles of undeveloped coastline.
Take a step back in time to tour the Indian River Life-Saving Station and catch a glimpse into the daily lives of the surfmen that patrolled our coasts and performed high seas rescues over 100 years ago.
Paddle a kayak from Savages Ditch to explore the vast salt marsh islands of Rehoboth Bay and see diamondback terrapins, horseshoe crabs, and a wide variety of nesting birds such as laughing gulls, osprey, snowy egrets, tricolored herons, and glossy ibis.
Stroll over 6 miles of wild barrier beaches. You will likely stumble across a variety of shells and possibly even spot some shorebirds or a pod of bottlenose dolphins.
Hike through Burton Island Nature Preserve, and experience the changing scenery as you meander from salt marsh to maritime forest habitats.
Partake in a pastime that has become part of Delaware Seashore’s legacy – fishing! Cast your line from one of the marina’s charter boats, from the rock jetties of the inlet, or from the beach itself.
Delaware Seashore State Park is a great place for surfing! Grab your board and catch a wave after sunrise at the North Inlet Day Area beach.
Plan your next visit to Delaware Seashore State Park.