Delaware State Parks - Your outdoor adventure starts here

YOUR OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STARTS HERE...


Get the details

Plan Your Spring Camping Trip!

Spring is here! Take a camping trip to celebrate, and enjoy a 50% discount on your weeknight camping, cabin, or yurt stay through May 15th. Get the details

For Delaware cannon and reenactors

Fort Delaware Opens for the Season!

Built in 1859, Fort Delaware served as a Civil War prison which held close to 33,000 Confederate POWs during the Civil War. Today, costumed interpreters take you back to the summer of 1864. Tour the parade ground, officers’ quarters, barracks, kitchen, blacksmith shop and ordnance room. Engage with fort historians dressed in period clothing, and hear stories of those who lived at the fort in 1864. Learn more about Fort Delaware!

YCC team leaders at Killens Pond State Park

Become a YCC Team Leader!

YCC team leaders work with young people age 14 - 21, providing meaningful outdoor experiences in work, education, and career/college preparation. Participate in environmental trainings, develop leadership skills, and work with environmental professionals! Must be 20+ years old. Apply now

Buy your Delaware State Parks annual pass online

Get Your Annual Pass to Adventure

Get your pass to the great outdoors from Delaware State Parks! Your annual pass is good for unlimited year-round entry to 14 state parks featuring scenic beaches, newly-renovated campgrounds, hundreds of miles of trails, historical sites, summer concerts, rock climbing, kayaking, and so much more! Buy your pass online

Discounted passes and benefits for business and other groups

Reward Your Staff, Group or Team

Our Group and Corporate Pass Program provides discounted passes, pavilions and meeting rooms for corporate offices, churches, schools, non-profits, and sports leagues. Build a tradition of wellness and outdoor adventure for your organization! Learn more

lantern on set table

Savor Our Coastal Heritage

Join Delaware Seashore State Park for a unique evening that celebrates the sights and tastes of Delaware’s Coastal Heritage. Tour the historic Indian River Life-Saving Station to learn about the daily lives of the surfmen that served at the station, then sit down to a locally-sourced dining experience, with a menu inspired by what the surfmen may eaten around the turn-of-the-century. Learn More

Check us out on Instagram

Newsroom

Volunteer Events

Find a Park

Gold Medal

Find a Campsite

Discover Events and Programs