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  • An extremely scenic and historic park spread over 335-acres of green land off the Old Baltimore Pike, south of Newark. It offers several hiking trails, a playground, a fenced-in dog park, a disc ...
  • The amount of biodiversity within this small city park is astonishing. This park has recorded 97 varieties of bird species inhabiting this small piece of green-land. Located at the end of B Stree...
  • It is a 1.76 miles long popular pedestrian & bicycle trail which runs from east to west across the City of Newark and stands as a unique example of the rails to trails concept. This trail is ...
  • Located adjacent to the University of Delaware south campus area, this local favorite park has plenty of activities which include hiking, cycling, and fishing, nature trails, bird-watching and bo...
  • This is the newest park facility in Seaford which includes the Jay’s Nest community built playground. As per plans it is set to accommodate four softball fields, a youth football field, a y...
  • Also known as the Seaford Golf & Country Club, it has an 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, and a recently renovated driving range. Spread over 203-acres of plush land, this c...
  • Consisting of areas located to the south of the Seaford Triangle Park along the Nanticoke River, it is also known as the Nanticoke River Walk. Located on the Water Street, this is an excellent pa...
  • Located at a distance of one kilometer to the northeast of the downtown Seaford City Center, Williams Pond Park & sports complex is a recreational area spread over a 20-acre magnificent area ...
  • The historical Rockford Tower which is almost 100 years old is located within the Rockford Park which is well known for the nature trails that can be found here. Located to the northwest of downt...
  • It is a 150-year old estate which is now a public park featuring a historic six-acre garden area around a mansion and a museum. Rockwood is a wonderful example of Rural Gothic architecture that w...
  • It is a unique county park which earlier used to be a dairy-farm, however, now features horse-back riding lessons, outdoor and indoor riding rings, as well as pony rides. It also maintains a larg...
  • This is a six-acre estate consisting of series of unique gardens along with a collection of statuary, urns, and fountains in a design completed by hand-forged iron gates & railings. There is ...
  • It comprises of a borderless park area plush with lawns and trees along the Delaware River encompassing the entire Old Historic New Castle region. Most of the architecture within these areas date...
  • Located to the southwest of downtown New Castle, it is a fine place to go when you are looking for recreational opportunities like fishing, swimming, white-water paddling, golfing and boating. It...
  • It is an 80-acre cemetery park for all faiths which was founded in 1934, and located just north of the historic New Castle along the North DuPont Highway. Over 50,000 individuals have pre-selecte...
  • Located along the Delaware River, an expansive Battery Park provides picnic-tables, walking paths, a playground, tennis, and basketball courts along with a picture post-card view of the nearby ri...
  • Home to the Lewes Public Library and the Lewes Summer Concert series, this park is located along the Kings Highway and serves as a gateway into Lewes. Designed as an arboretum with trees spreadin...
  • Established in the year 1914 by the National Society U.S. Daughters of 1812, this park is dedicated to commemorate the defense of Lewes from bombardment by the British on April 6 & 7, 1813. T...
  • Situated on forty acres of farms and wooded trails near Marshtown, the Windswept Stables tour is a perfect fun-filled activity for children as well as the adults to learn how to ride horses. Set ...
  • Located at the Lewes Harbor Marina, this popular hotspot amongst visitors provides a variety of fishing boats for families, and small or large groups interested in this sport. Along with this rec...
  • Located nine miles north of Dover in Smyrna, this 160-acre popular recreational facility was purchased by the State of Delaware in the year 2004. It is a large, well bunkered historic course cont...
  • This is a NASCAR sanctioned 1-mile race track serving as the corporate headquarters of Dover Motorsports Inc. who maintains and owns this oval speedway. Nicknamed as ‘The Monster Mile&rsquo...
  • It is an active and passive park spanning over a large 182-acres of open space, hardwood, holly and pine trees. Other facilities and features of this recreational area include benches, picnic pav...
  • This is the first urban park in Delaware State which is without any boundaries linking the historical and cultural sites within the city of Dover. This has also been the seat of the State Governm...