Camping at Killens Pond

Killens Pond State Park

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Campground:

3015 Paradise Alley Road
Harrington, DE 19952

Phone: (302) 284-3412
Year-Round Camping
Park Office:
5025 Killens Pond Road
Felton, DE 19943
Phone: (302) 284-4526
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Killens Pond Campsites

The wooded campground is a popular attraction at Killens Pond. This year-round facility boasts 59 sites which feature electric and water hookups, accommodating both tents and recreational vehicles. In addition, there is a primitive camping loop for tents only that features 17 walk-in sites.

Cabins at Killens Pond

These cozy wood-framed family cabins sleep four and feature an efficiency kitchen with refrigerator and microwave, an eating area, bath with shower, air conditioning, and heat. A picnic table, grill and porch are located outside. The roomier, deluxe Pond View Cottage has extra amenities and an outstanding view of the pond.

Cabins have one bedroom with a double bed and a twin-size bunk bed, while the Pond View Cottage has a queen bed and double sofa bed in the living room area. All of the cabins have universally-accessible interiors; six cabins and the Pond View Cottage also have wheelchair ramps.

Cabin 10 is a dog-friendly cabin please call the reservation center 1-877-987-2757 to reserve it. Pets are not allowed in the other cabins. More information about our camping with pets policy can be found here.

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Camping Rates at Killens Pond State Park

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Emerald Ash Borer

Help us protect our trees by preventing the spread of harmful insect pests to Delaware's parks and forests. Use the firewood sold at the campground or from local sources near the park you are visiting. Please do not bring firewood with you into Delaware. LEARN MORE

Photo by Howard Russell, Michigan State University, Bugwood.org [CC-BY-3.0-us], via Wikimedia Commons