State Parks in Delaware

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Cape Henlopen State Park, DE

380 RV rentals

Every year, Cape Henlopen State Park draws thousands of visitors to a pretty patch of coastline in Delaware's southeast. Campers come from far and wide to swim at pristine beaches, fish from a bayside pier, kayak and windsurf on beautiful waters, and find any other way they can to explore this 7,000-acre state park.

Located less than one hour southeast of the state capital, Dover, Cape Henlopen is easily accessible for travelers from the metropolitan areas of Philaadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Better yet, the park's large campground offers 140 sites with water and electric hookups.

So if you're planning a coastal RV camping getaway in Delaware, search for an RV in Sussex County and set a course for …

Delaware Seashore State Park, DE

299 RV rentals

Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Rehoboth Bay to the west, Delaware Seashore State Park lures vacationers with gorgeous seascapes and wild, rugged scenery. The barrier island is a dream come true for beach lovers, with six miles of pristine sand backed by rolling dunes. Spend the day basking on the beach or throw on your hiking shoes and explore the scenic Burton Island Trail.

Can't get enough of the postcard-perfect Delaware Coast? Book an RV in Sussex County and you'll be within striking distance of several other popular state parks, including Holts Landing, Cape Henlopen, Fenwick Island, and Beach Plum Island. At under three hours from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia, Delaware Seashore is deservedly …

Killens Pond State Park, DE

544 RV rentals

Deep in the heart of Kent County lies the Killens Pond State Park, a wonderful paradise for motorhome camping in central Delaware. While Delaware is small, the state’s parks are at par with those in the biggest of states if not better. Thanks to its convenient location, Killens Pond State Park is the perfect spot to set up a base camp for your travel trailer. Situated just an hour away from Wilmington, the park is closely bordered by the massive Bombay Hook Natural Wildlife Reserve in Smyrna and the Redden State Forest in Redden. Don’t wait any longer, search for an RV in Kent County and see how much fun you’ll have camping with an RV at Killens Pond …

Lums Pond State Park, DE

747 RV rentals

Lums Pond State Park is a small, 1,720-acre park near the town of Bear, DE. The pond was first created in the 1800s when the St Georges Creek was dammed as part of the project to build the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal. The canal needed several locks and water from the pond was used to fill them, and thus it became a popular recreational area before being declared a state park in 1963.

Just to the north of the park is the city of Wilmington and White Clay Creek State Park, and a little further on will bring you to the metropolis of Philadelphia. The Atlantic coastline along Delaware Bay is a beautiful area to explore

Trap Pond State Park, DE

333 RV rentals

One easy way to explore southern Delaware is to search for an RV in Sussex County, which is in the south-central part of the state. A lot of the land in this region is either farmland or parks, and the parks that are in the area contain dense pockets of wildlife and nature. Trap Pond State Park is a great place to go camping with an RV since it will give you access to both natural and man-made attractions.

Trap Pond was once home to a large, freshwater wetland, and after the area became more urbanized, the wetland went away. The pond inside the park was originally created in the late 1700s in order to power a sawmill. The …