Delaware State Parks, voted Americas best, offer 5 family friendly campgrounds throughout the State of Delaware. Sites ranging from primitive or tent camping to full 3-point hookup sites and cabins accommodate a variety of needs on your next camping stay. Camping at Delaware State Parks is the perfect way to experience all that Delaware State Parks has to offer. With five family friendly campgrounds throughout the State of Delaware, you can enjoy a tranquil retreat or exciting adventure of your own choosing all year long.
The dynamic coastal environment that has shaped the natural and cultural history of Cape Henlopen State Park continues to enchant visitors today. During your Cape Henlopen camping stay, discover the parks rich WWII military history, climb the Fire Control observation tower, or discover numerous recreational and water sport activities along the parks world class guarded beaches. Learn more»
Transport yourself to the enchanting forest world of Trap Pond State Park while camping beside the northernmost natural grove of baldcypress trees on the east coast! Spend your day hiking, biking, or fishing throughout the park, or paddle among the ancient baldcypress swamp to discover the many species that call the park home. As dusk sets, listen to the crackling of a campfire and gaze at the stars from beneath a towering canopy of hardwoods and loblolly pines. Learn more»
Camp steps away from the beach at Delaware Seashore State Park. Home to two campgrounds on the north and south side of the inlet, Delaware Seashore is the perfect park for your beach getaway. Discover the park's full-service marina offering charter boat experiences and excellent fishing opportunities, enjoy a delicious meal at Hammerheads Dockside or Big Chill Beach Club, or paddling through Delaware inland bays. Delaware Seashore State Park is also just a short drive from Ocean City, MD and other southern Delaware coastal attractions. Learn more»
Camp beneath a forest of hardwoods and pines at Killens Pond State Park, a beautiful 66-acre millpond located in the heart of central Delaware. Explore the woodland trails, disc golf course, ball fields, picnic areas, and the nature center with year-round programming. Make a splash in the Killen’s Ponds newly renovated Water Park, complete with two 54-ft high speed slides, two 54-ft spiral slides, a zero-depth entrance pool, a tot pool, and sand volleyball courts! Learn more»
Delaware State Parks northernmost campground, Lums pond is less than an hour drive outside of Philadelphia. While at the park, discover an array of recreational activities including horseback riding, kayaking, paddle boating and canoeing, or swing high above the trees on the Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure zip lining and high ropes course. Learn more»
Find a variety of sites to meet your camping needs including sites with 3point hookup. When staying at one of our five family friendly campgrounds, you will fully immerse yourself in all that Delaware State Parks has to offer. Learn more»
Located within Delaware Seashore State Park's Indian River Marina, seaside cottages are complete with comfortable living spaces, well equipped kitchen and dining areas, and are just a short walk away from recreational beaches. Learn more»
Camp under the stars and get closer with nature by reserving a tent site. Unique sites in Delaware State Parks include secluded island sites at Trap Pond State Park, sites steps away from sandy beaches, or sites amongst bountiful hardwood forests. Learn more»
During your camping stay, take part in from guided hikes to beer festivals. There is always something new and exciting to do while camping at a Delaware State Park. Find an event»
During your camping stay, discover fun and adventure. Swing high above the trees on the Go Ape! Treetop Adventure zip line course at Lums Pond State Park or make a splash at the Killens Pond State Park Water Park.
Walk, run, hike, or bike your way through over 150 miles of trails amongst Delaware's 17 State Parks, or paddle your way through one of Delaware's water trails. There is certainly plenty to see and explore. Find a trail»