Situated on the south shore of the Indian River Bay, Holts Landing State Park’s diverse habitats and water access offer a tranquil retreat. Don’t miss these essential experiences at Holts Landing State Park!
Hike the Seahawk Trail
Hikers may see hawks, herons, osprey, and various songbirds on this trail that meanders along maritime forest, saltmarsh, and freshwater habitats.
Go Crabbing on the Indian River Bay
Enjoy a beautiful day on the water by trying your luck catching blue crabs from the only crabbing pier within Delaware State Parks.
Launch a Boat
The Holts Landing State Park boat ramp offers one of the only public access points on the Indian River Bay and is open 24-hours to catch the right tide for a day of fishing and boating.
Superintendent’s Pick: Enjoy a Free Concert During Outdoor Family Fun Night
Hosted by the Friends of Holts Landing State Park and the Summer Concert Series, enjoy a special evening away from the hustle and bustle by sitting by a campfire and maybe enjoying your picnic basket and beverages, all while listening to live music by the bay.