Campsites and RV Parks in Delaware

You name it. Delaware has it - and more. We\'ve packaged fun and excitement into Delaware\'s 1,982 square miles. Find destinations, attractions and activities throughout the state that will make your time here first-rate. Charming bed and breakfasts. Luxury hotels. Historic inns. Stately manors. Budget-friendly motels. Campgrounds. No matter what part of Delaware you choose to visit or what types of amenities you need, you\'ll find a place that fits the bill in the State of Delaware. Part of the pleasure of being away from home is the chance to try out new cuisine. Delaware restaurants can give you a taste of the Mid-Atlantic all in one state - from crab cakes and fresh local fish to ethnic specialties and regional fare. And you won\'t have to go far for award-winning food and atmosphere.

In the middle of everywhere. You\'re never far from the fun in Delaware. Located in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic Region, we\'re just over two hours by car from both New York and Washington, less for visitors from Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. If you prefer, take a train, bus, plane or ferry. Even though we\'re so close to home, once you get here, you\'ll feel like you\'re a million miles away.

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Natural and recreational opportunities abound at Killens Pond State Park, centrally located in the heart of Kent County. The park's centerpiece is the 66-acre millpond which features boating and fishing. The all new Killens Pond Water Park offers resort entertainment in a serene, natural setting. Only about an 1½ hour drive from either the northern or southern boundary, Killens Pond makes a perfect home base for exploring the First State. Open year-round, the park's campground and cozy cabins are popular retreats no matter what the season. The millpond was established in the late 1700's. Prior to the pond's creation, the Murderkill River and surrounding hardwood forest were sites of several Native American homes and hunting camps. According to legend, the river's unusual name refers to a local tribe's massacre of a Dutch trading party at the mouth of the river in 1648. Now a peaceful oasis, Killens Pond became a state park in 1965.

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